HF Gliders – New for 2017
New and even faster line-up of five high-fluor gliders.
Three of these waxes debuted in our our extremely popular Racing Service Line. The HF11, HF21 and HF31 waxes really proved their performance in races, and have now earned their place as the successor to our previous HF line. The series grew by one new product, HF21 Graphite, which made the line cover all snow conditions. Enhanced formulas and new raw material discoveries have made it the leading glide wax line available, which of the continued use of the products among world class teams is a proof.
The story of new HF series: From 25 different Sochi Olympic test waxes to 4 commercial products.
The research and development of the new HF series began in collaboration with the Finnish National XC Ski team with a common goal: To make the ultimate HF glider for Sochi Olympics. We started with a blank canvas and completely new raw materials, and made 25 different test waxes that were tested with over 8.000 timed test runs in different conditions. Only the best waxes for each temperature range were chosen for production, and here they are! The new HF series is the first of new generation Rex gliders.
- All of the waxes are relatively hard, but their melting point is low comparet to their hardness (130-140°C)
- Melt with an iron to a clean ski base
- Scrape when the wax is still warm
- Let cool down and brush lightly with a brass or natural brush
- Finish with a nylon brush
For old snow.
High fluor glider in powder form. Based on the same new raw materials as the highly acclaimed new HF-series. The powder form enables the mixture of the insoluble PTFE component into the product.
Pro Tips: World Cup Level Glide Waxing
World Cup level glide waxing performed by our racing service experts.
Follow the instructions, and try out how fast your skis really can be!
- Apply Rex Low Fluor Black glider
- Scrape off excess wax and brush when still warm
- Apply Rex High Fluor glider
- Scrape off excess wax and brush
- Let the ski cool down
- Sprinkle powder evenly onto the base
- Arrange adequate ventilation in the waxing room. It is recommended to always wear a respirator
- Melt the powder by moving the iron slowly but steadily
- brush the powder up with short back and forth strokes with a nylon brush
- iron in with several quick wipes
- brush the powder up
- cork in the powder with a rotocork
- let the ski cool down
- gently scrape excess fluor off the base
- brush gently with a horsehair or metal brush
- brush with nylon rotobrush
- finish with hand nylon brush. Wipe clean with a cloth