Cold Temperature Hydrocarbon Wax, 150 g
- Best under 25 F.
- RaceWax has transitioned from a wax company to a tool company and is no longer making ski wax. As such this is the last of the waxes we manufactured. When they are gone, there will be no more.
- Iron setting for melting should be 265F/130C.
Green/Cold wax for use below 25 F (-4 C).
After removing the old wax:
- Drip on a coat of wax.
- Work tip to tail.
- Allow to cool at room temperature.
- Scrape well.
- Brush until all surface wax is removed
- Repeat procedure with fluoro wax for speed and big air!
- See Tuning Tips from the top menu for more detailed information.
Always the best products! Tremendous value! And I’m always between 4 to 5 miles an hour faster than all of my friends… LOL obviously I don’t tell them where I buy my wax… Maybe I should? But seriously by far the best service and the best products!
Very nice wax, love Racewax videos
I live in Colorado where most of the season cold wax is required. This is fast and I never have issues with snow sticking on my snowboard base. The price is great too. I'll never use anything else.
Very durable and slick. Fastest wax yet.
Love this stuff, I've been using it for years
Love this stuff! I am a ski instructor and high school coach in SE Michigan. I use the green exclusively on my teaching skis. It is recommended for 25* and below but I have good performance up to about 33*. Our snow is mostly groomed machine made snow
The cold hydrocarbon wax is an awesome base prep as I soak in many layers to all of my skis. I love the competitive price too as I do not feel guilty by being nice to my skis with loads of wax. My skis rip as the prep allows for overlays of other excellent Racewax products. Keep up the great work!~
I use this for an all around wax for my powder skis and a mid level between base and race day wax for race skis. It works really well and have had good luck with it.