HS 40 (High Speed 40)
HS 40 (High Speed 40)
HS 40 Yellow Sport Wax - Excellent in fresh fallen new snow just below or about freezing.
Peak Range 30° F to 40° F
Iron Temperature 257° F
The older brother in the HS family, HS-40 is the defiant and rebellious party animal of the group. It really comes alive in springtime temperatures and loose snow. But it’s no softy! HS-40 is a “sun’s out guns out” wax with plenty of fight, which makes it durable and fast in those springtime conditions.
Engineered for versatility, speed, and durability it is a ski wax used all over the world. Ideal on skis, on snowboards and on Nordic skis. If you’re looking for outstanding performance and super durability from a paraffin ski wax? -your search ends here! HS 40 is a durable and fast ski wax that can be used in early winter or spring for downhill skiing, snowboarding, or Nordic cross country. Why is it so popular? Once you get it on your skis or snowboard and feel how a real ski wax makes you glide faster. You will be hooked.
The reason HS 40 performs so well is its blend of four different types of paraffin wax. Each wax is selected for a specific performance characteristic. Using advanced processing techniques allows us to properly bond these waxes together at the atomic level. Skiers and borders demand exceptional speed and durability and this is what the result of this process provides.
A mix of soft waxes with a touch of hard wax provides a solid foundation for HS 40. The hard waxes help keep the wax in the ski and the soft will repel water. Ironed in wax provides extra durability. The pores of the ski base will expand from the iron's heat, allowing the wax to sink deeper into it. Now, your ski or snowboard can go for miles and miles with excellent glide. You want to be on the hill or trail and not stuck in the wax room, right?
When to use:
The best time to use HS 40 is when the temperature is between 30 and 50 degrees, perfect springtime skiing weather. Here, wet friction starts to rob you of your speed. Fight back and stay fast. By using a ski wax that is engineered from the ground up for durability and speed.