Rex Fluorine Gels

Easy and economical way to get a world class glide. Recommended to all racing skiers from juniors to elite racers. Can be used as a “boost” on top of powders.


Table for choosing the right fluor gel


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470
Hydrex
+10…-20°C

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A coating for grip waxes. Increases gliding properties of grip wax, decreases icing and repels dirt. Also for gliding surfaces +3...-5°C on coarse and dirty snow. New spray packaging as wished by frequent users.

3

471
Sapporo
+3…-15°C

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Sapporo is a gel containing molybdene. Designed for coarse, wet and granulated snow. You can also use it on dry grained snow down to -20°C.
3

475
Oslo
-5…-15°

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An evolution of SLC Gel, it is suited for colder conditions when the snow is transforming from fresh snow to older coarse snow.
3

474
Ruka
-5…-20°C

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Ruka is a gel containing molybdene. Works best on mild frosts and on groomed or manmade, tilled, snow.

Applying Rex Fluorine Gels


Of all fluorine coatings, fluor gels are the easiest to use, and work on top of grip waxes. They are also economical when compared to powders, but lack the durability of powers.


Instructions:

  1. Shake the bottle well before use
  2. Pour gel onto ski base and smooth with hand
  3. Polish in with natural cork
  4. Brush with nylon brush and wipe with cloth