Fertilizer recommendation 2023 / Waxing recommendations 2023

The experts' fertilizer advice for the walks on Saturday is here:

Everest — Swix

The advice from Everest is based on test walks on Friday, April 14 at 08:00-12:00.

Weather forecast for tomorrow

GLIDE 1: Racing:

  1. Iron Swix DHBFF Marathon into the base of the ski. Let the wax cool down before scraping off. Then brush with steel or bronze brush.
  2. Apply TSP8 powder. Iron the powder at 160°c. Let it cool down before brushing it with a bronze or steel brush.
  3. Polish the base with a blue nylon brush.
  4. Rill with 1mm linear the entire base

Glide 2: Touring

  1. Iron Swix PS8 or HS8 into the base. Let the wax cool down before scraping off. Then brush with bronze or steel.
  2. Spray Swix HS7 Liquid or TS7 Liquid. Let dry, then use a red or blue nylon brush.

Grip:

1. Sand the base zone.

2. Apply a thin layer of KX20 Green Base adhesive – Cool it very well

3. KN44 Nero klister- let cool- VP50 kickwax cover-cork lightly

Skinski:

We recommend cleaning the skin with Swix N22 Skincleaner and then use N21 Skin boost.

The mountain hut — Toko

Flow: Start with a hard flow (eg blue High Performance). Scrape and brush and then red High Performance.

Base: Green Toko Base.

Fix: A mixture of yellow and red Toko glue.

GG Sport — Rode

The flow is based on the best, we can always offer the first two options, even three.

Flow:
1x RODE GL40 brush/scraper
1x RODE LF 40 brush/scraper
1x Rode HF 40 brush/scraper
1x Rode F40 powder, brush  

Fatt/Kickwax:
1 thin layer of Rode Klister K-10 blue, ironed on
1 layer of Rode K76 multigrade or T-line KM3
Cool the skis well, then apply a layer of RodeV40 Violet/ T-line VXPS

Our expert waxing recommendations for the Saturday race are here:

Everest — Swix

WAX TIP FOR THE WATERFALL WALK based on testing 14.4 at 08:00-12:00

Weather at start. 15.4

GLIDE 1: Racing:

  1. Iron Swix DHBFF Marathon into the base of the ski. Let the wax cool down before scraping off. Then brush with steel or bronze brush.
  2. Apply TSP8 powder. Iron the powder at 160°c. Let it cool down before brushing it with a bronze or steel brush.
  3. Polish the base with a blue nylon brush.
  4. Rill with 1mm linear the entire base.

Glide 2: Touring

  1. Iron Swix PS8 or HS8 into the base. Let the wax cool down before scraping off. Then brush with bronze or steel.
  2. Spray Swix HS7 Liquid or TS7 Liquid. Let dry, then use a red or blue nylon brush.

Grip:

1. Sand the base zone.

2. Apply a thin layer of KX20 Green Base adhesive – Cool it very well

3. KN44 Nero klister- let cool- VP50 kickwax cover-cork lightly

Skinski:

We recommend cleaning the skin with Swix N22 Skincleaner and then use N21 Skin boost.

The mountain hutToko

Glide: Start with a layer of hard (eg blue High Performance). Scrape and brush and then red High Performance.

Base: Green Toko Base.

Grip: Mix of yellow and red Toko klister.

GG SportRode

Glide:
1x RODE GL40 brush/scrape
1x RODE LF 40 brush/scrape
1x Rode HF 40 brush/scrape
1x Rode F40 powder, brush

Fatt/Kickwax:
1 thin layer of Rode Klister K-10 blue, ironed
1 layer of Rode K76 or T-Line KM3
Cool the skis well, then add a kickwax Rode V40 Violet/T-line VXPS

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