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In snowboard wax, there is something called fluorocarbon, and some types of wax are mixed with graphite for extra friction-reducing magic, that's all I can tell you besides the wax obviously, which differs; some companies use soy wax, I'm sure paraffin is used, and I'm not sure about beeswax. Hope this helps.
By: Vincent Laroza
March 17, 2012
April 7, 2013
Two stars seems harsh but when it comes to your hard earned money, lets not play with that. i have a block of the cold for mammoth pow, and a block of warm for local so cal slush parks. not impressed. i didn't think i would be one of those "overly technical on equipment" type riders but it was a noticeable difference. albeit i have only tried three different brands (and i think there all made by the same production facility)
Dakine all temp (came with the tuning kit)
burton all temp.
one ball jay (warm and cold)
the best in my opinion was the Dakine. The lesser of the three was the O.B.J.
Dakine all temp and some floro paste on top of that for warm/slushy days is what works for me. I amm able to keep up with my skier buddies (who purposely go to the flats on me) with the O.B.J. I had to unstrap and skate. Which sucked. Not to mention knuckling a jump, which really sucked. my two cents.
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Like surf wax or a coconut and flower lotion. It smells great and will make the whole room smell like it when you are waxing.
By: Jen Martin
January 26, 2011
November 2, 2011
First I would like to say oneballjay is the shit.
Now that thats said... This wax is awesome. Works amazingly well as both a rub on and a hot wax. Plus, the longer you leave it out, the better your room smells. I almost want to melt it into a candle and use it like that.
By: Josh Chapman
December 14, 2010
who knows if the temperature of the wax (ex: 23 - 12 degrees) has to do with outside temp or the temp of the snow itself? thanks
October 9, 2010
Brian, I was wondering that too. I just got this wax in the mail from Dogfunk...the packaging says, "Temperatures are actual snow temperatures, not air."
January 24, 2012
I would go with outside temp man. Unless you are super professional carrying a snow therm around with you, if it's cold, go cold, warm go warm. Or depending on your riding, get 3 dif waxes. Cold, warm and all purpose. Try em all and feel the glide for future shreds.
By: Jesse Owen
October 10, 2010
July 23, 2012
This wax works great! Very fast and the smell that lingers in the air after waxing is delightful. I would suggest waxing inside to lock in the freshness... although make sure you don't spill on the carpet. I'm contemplating making a candle out of this (it's that good!)