The KX30 ICE KLISTER BLUE is to be used for very cold temperatures and the frozen tracks. It can equally be used as base klister on wet snow.
The KLISTER KX range is conceived for high-level competitions and recreational skiing. The waxes of this range assure better holding and better gliding while the tubes have a small opening for better control of the application. The KX range by SWIX is based on new formulas: the highest the figure is, the wax is softer.
A complete new Klisters range based on new formulas with a logical sequence from hard to soft, from grained and very cold to grained and very wet snow. The higher the number, the softer the wax. The gamma KX range was designed for high-level competitions and recreational skiing. The wax can be applied with a scraper or a finger. Characteristics: - Better grip and gliding. - More pleasant, less waste. - New packaging, with a smaller opening on the tubes for better control when applying it. - Scraper included. - Packaging: 55-g tube KX20: Basic Klister for warm and cold weather conditions. To be used as basic wax before using other klisters. Always apply a thin layer, with an iron or a repair pistol. Great resistance against wear and tear, strong grip.
- Conditions of use: very cold winter conditions / frozen grain snow / 0°C to 12°C
- Supplied in a package of 55 grams. Min. 10.
- Scraper included
Swix is a Norwegian company manufacturing ski wax, ski poles and sportswear. The company belongs to the Ferd AS investment company and has their headquarters in Lillehammer.
Swix was founded in Sweden in 1946 by Börje Gabrielsson, based on the Swedish skier Martin Matsbo's experience of ski wax.
Swix was the first manufacturer of wax for modern skis and takes a scientific approach to their development work.Their wax is color-coded by type of wax, a practice that has since been adopted by the entire wax industry.
Production was originally based in Sweden, and subsequently in Norway near Oslo.
In 1964, all production was transferred to Norway. In 1974, Swix purchased Liljedahls Skistavfabrikk in Lillehammer bringing the brand under the Swix name, this resulted in the company becoming a leading manufacturer of ski poles. Swix was bought by Ferd in 1978. Finally, Swix purchased the Norheim company in 1989 and has used it to become established and grow within the sportswear market.