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Dakine Afterburner Paste Wax 2oz 2014

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  • Wax
Tools: n/a
Temperature: All Temp
Application: Rub on
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboards
  • Alpine Skis
Manufacturer Warranty: 30 Day

Description: Dakine Afterburner Paste Wax 2oz

Key Features of the Dakine Afterburner Paste Wax 2oz:
  • Two step application
  • Wipe it on, polish into base and go ride
  • Fluorinated all Temp paste wax
  • Highest performance
  • quick wax formula

Afterburner Paste

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  • "Good for those times when you are getting stuck on flat spots."

    , Anchorage,AK
    Pros: Great Value,Easy to Use, Cons: None

    Its easy to apply and makes for a quick fix when your wax job is getting old.

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Needed wax for my board. I plan to ride a lot for the rest of this year!
Andrew V on Feb 23, 2014
Rub on and go, fast and easy
Dakota J on Dec 17, 2013
all temp
Stephen S on Jan 5, 2014
Got to have some wax. Might as well use one that's one of the kind . All temp rub on for when things get heated and you are ready to shred the slopes.
Jeff K on Dec 12, 2013
does this come with the wax and buffer pad to rub in the wax?
A shopper on Jul 29, 2013
Best Answer: Yes it does, however I would recommend buying something else (cork) to buff it in, because the cloth it comes with is a bit cheap (in my opinion). I found that iron on wax works way better for a more consistent wax, but the quick stuff is a nice little pick-me-up on warmer/more sticky days, an I've always been pretty happy with this stuff.
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What does it mean when it says the wax is fluorinated?
A shopper on Oct 8, 2013
Best Answer: There are three main types of glide waxes used in ski racing. Fluorinated waxes are the most durable.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Oct 8, 2013
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