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Bluebird Marc Frank Montoya Pro Wax—turntables not included.

Bluebird created Marc Frank Pro Wax to help give MFM himself more control when bringing his skate-influenced snowboarding to a terrain park or city rail. Bluebird Wax dries hard for long-lasting, all-temperature performance that keeps up with Marc Frank Montoya from dawn to dusk.

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5 5

BROWN SUGAR

The board performed excellent after wax job and it smelled awesome. I love the sticker & brown bunnies ;)

Rub on wax or iron on? Or both?

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Rub on wax or iron on? Or both?

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Rub on's for surfers yo!

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Iron on, any sort of rub on snowboard wax is typically crap from my experience, it scrubs off in just a couple runs. For a good waxing it needs to set into the pores in the base of your board.

5 5

Great Wax

Use this all year and it works great. Very Durable and easy to apply. Stripper Sticker is nice!

Is there a difference between snowboard...

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Is there a difference between snowboard wax and ski wax? Aren't the base materials (obviously with some differences between various models) and reasons for waxing essentially the same?(OK, I admit it. I'm a skier looking for an excuse to get the sticker that comes with this item)

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From an ex-racer who used lots of high-end waxes, for recreational use there is absolutely no difference. If you are very, very critical, some waxes will last longer, work at a wider range of temperatures, offer slightly better performance, but if what you want to to protect your base and offer a slightly silky smooth performance, any wax will do the job. Of course, Swix, Star, Dakine, and Toko will all sputter at this answer... but I happily use the cheap stuff now that a team isn't paying for my wax anymore. Do I notice the difference, slightly, but that's with years of high fluoro experience- Do I care... not at all.

5 5

bluebird wax is the best there is

Bluebird wax is amazing with great performance, lasts for a long time and works like a charm.