Racing Service Line

The latest racing waxes straight from World Cup waxing cabin

Previously available for professional waxers and ski teams only, Rex is now releasing a limited series of Racing Service Line products through selected shops. Racing Service Line consists of selected and exclusive ­pre-release products from our product development cycle, developed together with top ski teams.

Following our professional waxing recommendations, it’s now possible for you to take advantage and be ahead of competition with the latest and best innovations available, as used by World Cup teams. We will recommend­ ­using Racing Service Line releases in our public wax recommendations, so you know when it’s time to use them and be the fastest!


Racing Service Fluor Powders

Limited edition fluor powders straight from the World Cup waxing cabin. New powders 77 & 83 launched March 2017!

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4983
"77" Fluor Powder
+1…-7°C

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New / mixed snow

The new "77" powder was clearly the fastest during the cold days of Lahti 2017 powder tests, when the snow was new and relatively dry (D:27), and the temperature was -5,5°C. "77" is a result of intensive powder R&D during the whole season. The powder was quickly sold out for national teams during the Lahti 2017 World Championships, but now it's available for everyone! Made of completely new raw materials. Does not contain graphite or molybdene.

Application:

  • Iron temperature: 180°C
  • Melt with several quick wipes until the powder appears dark.
  • Brush the powder up with a nylon brush
  • Melt again with several quick wipes
  • Let cool down
  • Scrape lightly and brush well
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4983
"83" Fluor Powder"
-2…-12°C

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Old snow / mixed snow / artificial snow

The new "83" was even faster than "77" in Lahti 2017 powder tests, when the snow began to transform into older snow. Together the duo 77 & 83 dominated the powder tests of Lahti 2017. The first batch that was made for nataional teams was quickly sold out during the games, but now it's available for everyone! Completely new raw materials. Contains graphite.

Application:

  • Iron temperature: 180°C
  • Melt with several quick wipes until the powder appears dark.
  • Brush the powder up with a nylon brush
  • Melt again with several quick wipes
  • Let cool down
  • Scrape lightly and brush well
3

4981
"342" Fluor Powder
+10°…-20°C

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Moist and coarse snow, warm and wet snow.

Special powder for moist and coarse snow. Delivers in a wide temperature range, when moist snow.

Melting point: 150°C

Applying method:

  • Iron temperature >180°C
  • Melt powder with hot iron
  • let the ski cool down
  • scrape and brush well

Warm and wet snow:

  • Iron temperature >180°C
  • Melt powder with hot iron
  • brush up the powder
  • melt the powder second time
  • let the ski cool down
  • scrape off excess wax and brush well
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4982
"63" Fluor Powder
-5…-20°C

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For all snow types.

Fluoro powder from cold conditions to mid-frost. Contains graphite.

Melting point: 130°C

Applying method:

  • Iron temperature: >160°C
  • Melt the powder with hot iron
  • brush up
  • melt with several quick wipes. Until powder turns dark
  • let the ski cool down
  • scrape off excess wax and brush well
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477
Grip Powder
 

Developed for coating grip waxes. Extremely fine grain polymer wax. Reduces the kinetic friction of grip waxes and prevents icing. Suitable for klister and kick wax coating.

  • Sprinkle on top of grip wax or klister
  • Spread lightly with finger

Racing Service Grip Waxes

Grip waxes with our latest innovations.

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184
TK-1814
-2…-15°C

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  • Artificial snow
  • old and moist snow
  • hard tracks

TK-1814 is a new kind of grip wax designed for the conditions that are usual in the world cup during the early season. When the snow has been brought from faraway mountains and spread with a bulldozer, this is the wax of the day.

More info about TK-1814

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31
30G
+1…-8°C

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  • New snow

A new fluorinated grip wax for new snow.

Use as the final grip wax layer on top of harder grip waxes (e.g. blue) when it's snowing.

Around 0°C good on its own or combined with klister.