Thread: Snowboard Wax
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Old 15.12.2015, 17:54
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Re: Snowboard Wax

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Don't get me wrong Ace, im like you and have a specific iron for waxing as well as all the other stuff we don't really need but Im sure you will agree, unless your on your board or skis everyday and willing to spend some good money on the right service gear then and old iron, without holes, and yellow wax is the way to go.
Was I disagreeing?

Quite the opposite - my old phillips one has done sterling service for years. I only got the Toko one as it was on offer in Otto's for around 50 francs last month. Well, that and the frayed cord on the old one - so old that it's not even a plastic covered lead - must have had it since about 1980.
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