V05 Polar: New, falling snow from -12°C to -25°C. Old/transformed snow from -15°C to -30°C. As the name suggests, this grip wax is for the coldest conditions. Frequently used in the cold, northern regions of Europe and America.
V20 Green: New, falling snow from -8°C to -15°C. Old/transformed snow from -10°C to -18°C. Trusted grip wax for cold conditions. Used for more than 50 years with many component improvements over the years.
V30 Blue: New, falling snow from -2°C to -10°C. Old/transformed snow from -5°C to -15°C. The classic of all classic waxes! When the conditions are great and the cold is simply invigorating, this is the wax to use.
V40 Blue Extra: New, falling snow from -1°C to -7°C. Old/transformed snow from -3°C to -10°C. The most popular grip wax in the V-series. A very versatile ski wax with a wide range of uses at minus temperatures. When used near 0°C, the air has to be dry (low relative humidity) and new snow is required.
V45 Violet Special: New, falling snow from 0°C to -3°C. Old/transformed snow from -2°C to -6°C. An important wax for racing and recreational skiing. When Blue Extra starts slipping, Violet Special will often be the best wax to use.
V50 Violet: New, falling snow from 0°C. Old/transformed snow from -1°C to -3°C. For many years, this wax has been a “secret” weapon for service personnel at World Cup races, but also a popular wax with recreational skiers too. Used in conditions where the snow is about to change from dry to moist, around 0°C.
V55 Red Special: New, falling snow from +1°C to 0°C. Old/transformed snow from 0°C to -2°C. This wax is used up to +1°C on damp fresh snow and down to -2°C on older coarse snow.
V60 Red Silver: New, falling snow from +3°C to 0°C. Old/transformed snow from +1°C to -1°C. This wax is used up to +3°C on damp/'sticky', fresh snow and down to -1°C on older coarse snow. Apply several layers the warmer the temperature in order to ensure a good grip.
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