Ski*go ski wax is here!
Used by European Alpine and Nordic ski teams to bring the speed that they need
to the ski trails, now available once again to you.
Tour the web site to discover all of the great ski wax products
available for your Nordic & Alpine skiing and Snowboarding.
NEW! Racing Glide Wax Table for 2004!
NEW for 2004!
For Nordic, Alpine and Snowboard sports. These three new fluid waxes
make application of the top end glide waxes a breeze while continuing
the superior results that make Ski*go ski waxes famous.
Simply apply the fluid over the appropriate underlayer wax and let dry before
brushing. Click for
detailed application instructions.
C22 Fluid, 30ml
All snow types, +20°..-2°C, humidity 60..100%, hand cork or roto-cork.
C44 Fluid, 30ml,
All snow types except new snow, +3°..-9°C, humidity 60..100%, hand cork or roto-cork.
C55/C99 Fluid, 30ml,
New and fine crystal snow types, +1°..-9°C, humidity 70..100%, hand cork or roto-cork.
These new fluid waxes are best used as a top (final) coating in agressive
snow conditions. You may use them overtop the HF glide waxes or pure fluoro
powders (C44, C55, etc.).
NEW for 2004!
These two kick waxes are the easiest kick waxes to apply!
No corking required! Simply apply the liquid to kick zone of your ski and let
it dry for 10 minutes. Now ski!
This easy application kick wax is perfect for the busy skier. Simply apply
to the kick zone with no corking needed. While the liquid dries you can
finish getting ready to ski. Ski*go's Easy-Go Kickwax Minus covers the majority
of good winter skiing temperatures: -1° to -10°C. This is the kick wax
for the active family to get out skiing quickly and with good grip!
This easy application kick wax is perfect for all active skiers during
warm skiing temperatures. Whether it is a mid-winter warm-up or spring skiing
Ski*go's Easy-Go Kickwax Plus has your needs covered from +1° to +10°C.
No corking is required for this kickwax after it is applied. Simply let
the wax dry for a few minutes. Then head out for the trails!
The perfect wax for the family preparing several pairs of skis.