VAUHTI K-LINE FLUOR GRIP WAX (WHOLE RANGE)
"Base wax for all K-Line grip waxes. For old and coarse snow. On new snow only when the ski track is solid. On new snow conditions, only apply a fine layer.
K-Base is a mixture of Base Wax Super and Blue klister with solid fluor material. K Base gives the skis excellent and "sharp" grip. If used correctly and in right conditions, it does not reduce grip wax glide properties. With K-Base, as your base wax, you can achieve perfect grip with very fine top wax layer".
"Custom wax for zero conditions. Best in moist or variable, problematic zero conditions. For all snow types. K9 can be used for coating klisters and it is suitable to mix with other gripping waxes".
K-12; New snow +2°…-2°C
Old snow 0°…-4°C
"A fluor grip wax that contains aluminium and can be used in an extensive range of weather conditions Due to its viscosity, it can be used as a base wax for K9. This is an excellent wax in conditions where the temperature of the snow varies from just above zero to just below zero. It can be used on old snow in temperatures as low as -4°C".
K-15; New snow -1°…-5°C
Old snow -1°…-7°C
"A wax developed for new, fine snow in mild winter conditions. With this wax, you will sweep through the difficult new snow ‘violet’ conditions. The grip properties of K15 take hold even in temperatures of -0.5°…-1°C and, thanks to the new composition, its glide properties are much better than with the previous violet grip waxes. This is most visible in conditions of -2°C and below. You can use K15 on new snow down to -5°C and on old snow down to -10°C and still have good glide".
K-18; New snow -2°…-8°C
Old snow -2°…-12°C
"A viscous, all-purpose wax that sticks extremely well to your skis for use in sub-zero conditions. At its best on old, coarse snow. The best gripping temperatures begin at -2°C and extend to approximately -12°C on old snow or on a hard-packed trail. The wax can be used alone or as a base wax for other K-Line products , for which it is an excellent choice. This wax is extremely durable".
K-19; -3 ° ... -10 °C
"Complementing grip wax for K18. Use when snow is too fine for K18. At its best on fine grained and old snow. Also on coarse snow to improve the glide on viscous base waxes. Works in a wide range of conditions, on old snow almost up to -20⁰C".
K-21; New snow -4°…-10°C
Old snow -4°…-15°C
"An all-purpose wax for cold winter conditions. The wax can be used at temperatures beginning at -4°C and down to -10°C or below, if the snow is not newly fallen. Suitable for all snow types. If you wish to maximize the durability, and increase the kick, use K18 as a base wax at temperatures of -4°…-10°C".
The improved performance of the new K-Line fluoride grip waxes comes from a revolutionary ingredient that reacts to temperature more precisely than ever before. Thanks to this innovation, the risk of the grip wax freezing in sub-zero temperatures is reduced considerably. K-Line Fluor Grips have a wide operating range. The operating ranges have been marked separately for new and old snow.
The grip of the three softest waxes in the K-line range is related as follows: the K15 grip weakens when the temperature approaches zero, but then K12 takes over with excellent grip around 0°C. Then when the K12 grip is less at the warmest of its range, the K9 grip is at its best. K-line is an excellent choice for recreational skiers due to its good gripping properties and wide operating range".