+3°C to -5°C (38°F to 23°F). A very flexible klister with silver, working on both
sides of freezing when conditions are changing
between coarse and transformed moist to wet
fine grained snow.
For coarse, granular snow changing from wet to crust. This is your “get out of jail free card” for Australia’s changing snow conditions. Apply a thin layer for ice and a thicker layer for wet snow.
Temperature Range: +10° to -3°C (50° to 27°F)
BASE KLISTER. Green. 55 g. Base klister for cold and warm conditions. To be used as first layer for other klisters. Always to be applied thin with an iron or heat gun.High wear resistance and adhesion. Scraper included.
+1°C to -4°C (32°F to 25°F). Excellent klister on transformed cold coarse corn snow starting to get wet. Midlayer klister applied on Base klister (KX20 or KB20) to avoid that the top layer klister slides back into the glide zone. Scraper included.
+2°C to -4°C (36°F to 25°F).
Developed for transformed and
fine grained snow. Very good
when warmer than 0°C and relatively
fine grained snow. The
klister that goes the farthest
into dry snow without icing!
A must have wax for the conditions that stump many racers. That period when the new snow is turning to wet slightly granular snow, the domain of the hairies or Zeta base.... if you have them, otherwise go nuts with violet.
New fallen snow (around 0 C)
Transformed snow (-3° to -1°C)
Its red and its very special, more importantly it is for moist new snow and older transformed granular snow. This wax gets a huge amount of use in Australia in the early season before klister.
New fallen snow (0 to +1 C)
Transformed snow (-2 to 0 C)
Red with silver to resist dirt.
Another favourite, the colour red (really fast) and silver, what more do we need to say? Well... it is perfect for wet new snow and for older transformed granular snow.
New fallen snow (0 to +3 C)
Transformed snow (-1 to +1 C)