Toko's bulk universal wax is a workhorse wax that provides good glide in all snow conditions and temperatures. It's an ideal choice in changeable conditions, as well as for coaches, patrollers and instructors who work in a variety snow conditions. We find that a true universal wax runs best in the mid temperature range, roughly 14°F to 32°F (-10°C to 0°C), roughly. If you consistently find yourself in warmer or colder temperatures take a look at the Universal Warm or Universal Cold waxes, these waxes will give you better performance at the extremes of the temperature range. Offered in two quantities, 1.25kg or 2.5kg.
- Wide temperature range.
- 14° to 32°F (-10° to 0°C).
- Each 250-gram bar measures approx. 9"x2"x1.5" (230x50x40mm).
- Recommended wax iron temperature 256° to 285°F (130° to 140°C).
- 1.25kg (5 x 250g bars).
- 2.5kg (10 x 250g bars).
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Good universal wax.So far I have used it from 33F down to single digits F and it works fine. easy to apply and scrape.
The wax melts and spreads readily. It held up on firm conditions over three days in Vermont
Bought a bar of this stuff at a board shop in Revelstoke, they were using it as their shop wax at the time, tried 4 other waxes none of them were nearly as fast on both cold -18, and warm 0 Deg. Celsius.
With this wax our skis slide very well at many temperatures. As long as you scrape at room temperature, this wax is easy to remove. It brushes well too. To use less wax and create less mess, I have even applied this wax like a crayon, heated it with a blow dryer on low and then brushed when cool.
The took all temp is decent, but I think the hertel all temp wax is better, cause its harder and lasts longer
Using this for last few years here in Michigan. Just remember your skill level, condition of equipment, and wax finishing skills will make more of a difference in speed than just buying LF or HF wax. For just hitting the slopes on a daily basis this wax is great. I'll rub on a layer of Moly then drip and iron on the All in One. This wax is harder much like a cold temp wax so don't put too much on or try to scrape in cold temps. Always use a sharp scraper, copper brush, then a nylon brush. With shipping fees your still around $10 per 250g bar which is nice when keeping a lot of gear waxed all season.
applied to 4 sets of famely skies and 2 snow boards got called away and 2hr later found it extreamly difficult to scrape but on the bright side skied on western ny man made on a day that started around 15deg and ended at 55+deg and slushi it pre formed well
I dunno, I'm not really a wax guy. I've raced and such, but I don't really get into "this wax vs that wax." I like that I can just use the same wax for all (or most) conditions. It goes on easy, and yeah it can be kind of annoying to scrape off - as another reviewer said, it feels brittle. I've learned to avoid this by putting less on - if you put just enough on to get the coverage you need, the layer you need to scrape off will be thinner, and won't seem as brittle or annoying to scrape. It's really the only wax I've used, but I like it.