wow didnt know that, why do they still make to separate named waxes? must have been int he agreement i guess.
i really wish this thread exsisted a few years ago when i got into waxing, it seems like a lot at first, but it is SUPER easy and once you get the hang of it you start getting fancy(different brushes, high end waxes etc).
now here is the only issue i have with waxing, (this was on the east coast in semi cold temps).
i usually used swix cf wax, it worked well, but i ran out one day and when i bought my iron and scraper and all the good stuf the guy threw in some of that cheap one dollar green wax to learn with, so i decided i would use it since i was going skiing the next morning, that worked better and glided better over all conditions then the CF did.
however the swix LF and HF lines are fucking amazing, i would use those on my skierX skis and damn no one could touch me with that wax (except they did, that bastard pushed me over the one jump and i slid down the landing and over the berm into the b-netting), but the lf cost me around 30 and the hf well i dont think we need to go there.
if anyone is wondering the f stand for flouryntine or something like that.
i have a GREAT .pdf about all of the swix waxes from my old ski coach, if anyone wants it pm me your email address and i can get it to you.
and as always onenerdykid is killing it!!