N-line Grip Waxes
Racing Grip waxes, rethought
Next level combination of grip and glide with Rex Dual Compound technology: The innovative recipe of our N-line grip waxes consists of both pressure-sensitive and temperature-sensitive raw materials in an optimal ratio, to achieve a perfect balance for the demands of today’s World Cup racing tracks. Taking advantage of Rex N-Kinetic technology increases the glide and dirt repellency of the series. N-series grip waxes can be used as cover waxes, or just on their own. Already World Cup proven with a confirmed win with N-line waxes!
The new fluor-free N-line series replaces our previous Pro Grip series
Blue wax for mid-frost conditions. N21 has fairly hard consistency, but gives you still good grip thanks to Rex Dual compound materials. Can be used as on it’s own, as mid layer or as a cover wax.
🔵🔵🔵⚪️⚪️ New snow
🔵🔵🔵🔵🔵 Mixed snow
🔵🔵🔵⚪️⚪️ Old snow
🔵🔵🔵🔵🔵 Natural snow
🔵🔵🔵🔵⚪️ Artificial snow
N21 G Black "new snow"
Blue condition kick wax for especially new snow. At its best on slow, sharp crystalled snow. With the same graphite additive used in our glide waxes for new snow. Anti-static and does not collect snow. Can be used as the final layer or to build up layers.
When the new snow is moist and the tracks are glazed, a better alternative is our Racing Service 30GB "new snow" wax.
N21 G conditions:
⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️ New snow
⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️⚪️ Mixed snow
⚫️⚫️⚫️⚪️⚪️ Old snow
⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️ Natural snow
⚫️⚪️⚪️⚪️⚪️ Artificial snow
N41 Pink "old snow"
A kick wax designed for old, transformed and artificial snow. So called klister/hard wax mixture recipe. The softness and tackiness gives it good grip, and added N-kinetic compounds give world cup level glide for the wax.
Excellent non-fluorinated alternative for our popular Racing Service Line TK-1814 grip wax
🟣⚪️⚪️⚪️⚪️ New snow
🟣🟣🟣⚪️⚪️ Mixed snow
🟣🟣🟣🟣🟣 Old snow
🟣🟣🟣⚪️⚪️ Natural snow
🟣🟣🟣🟣🟣 Artificial snow
Using Rex kick waxes
Grip waxing (Kick waxing) from start to finish:
Base preparation then base wax, and finally the wax of the day
- Mount masking tape in the both ends of the grip zone
- Roughen the ski base with sand paper
- Wipe off excess dirt
- Crayon a layer of Rex Base Wax. (Alternatively you can use Rex Liquid Base Klister, which is a faster method.)
- Heat the wax with a heat gun or waxing iron
- Smooth with synthetic cork
- Crayon a thin layer of chosen Rex grip wax, suitable for snow type and temperature
- Smooth out with cork
- Typically 2-4 coats are required, varies depending of ski stiffness vs. skier weight and personal preference
- After every application use a cork to smooth out the wax
- Remove masking tapes and finish the kick wax