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Anyone know anything about this wax?

post #1 of 7
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http://www.tognar.com/toko-lf-universal-1-25kg-2-5kg/

Does anyone know anything about this wax? I haven't been able to find much info on it.

Thanks
post #2 of 7

I have used Toko this weekend, it's comparable to Swix from what I remember of Swix, but I haven't been skiing for so long I might not be the best one to respond. But from what I could tell, seemed to work about the same. Certainly worked this weekend.

post #3 of 7

I've used the white version http://www.tognar.com/toko-all-in-one-wax-bulk/ as a universal wax on boards and skis that get brought to me by family/friends etc.  It works pretty well for the conditions I see most days in Atlantic Canada (not much colder than -10 and as warm as +5) over the very short 100 day season. For a bulk buy either version is a pretty good deal.  I use Hertel Super Hot Sauce for my own gear and I like it alot for where I am.

post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 
Thanks all. NovaLoafah, do you happen to know how it compares to the standard Toko NF/LF waxes?
post #5 of 7
Never used the LF Wax from TOKO. I find the Hertel lasts and glides better than the TOKO NF by a fair bit, but around here where skiing 20 days a season is considered a lot people particularly my friends on snow boards seem pretty happy with the TOKO NF. It's also very good (IMO) as a wax to do hot scrapes with. There are likely a lot more options in wax to max out performance but if you are doing your own kit as a recreational skier the bulk wax by TOKO is a very good deal. Hertel is a good deal, just not as good a deal.
post #6 of 7
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the info! I think I'll stick with Toko stuff for at least one more season; I've used it for about 1.5 seasons and I'm finally getting the hang of it. If I choose to change though, I'll definitely keep the Hertel on my list! I might buy the wax and I'll give it a go, and report back when the season starts!
post #7 of 7

Absolutely, why change something that works for you.

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