These hardwaxes are characterized by a high degree of flexibility. Each VR-wax has two specified temperature ranges, one for falling and new fallen snow, (characterized by sharp snow crystals with relatively strong penetration capacity), and one range for older snow, when the crystals are rounded off and have less penetration power.
The general rule is that when the snow is new, you wax harder. When it is transformed, you wax softer.
|VR30 Light Blue 45g|
Designed for cold to extremely cold conditions. New formula.
|New fallen snow||-7°C/ -20°C|
|Transformed fine grained snow||-10°C/-30°C|
|VR40 Blue 45g||For normal, subfreezing temperatures. New formula.||New fallen snow||-2°C/-8°C|
|Transformed fine grained snow||-4°C/-12°C|
|VR45 FLEXI. Light Violet 45g||A flexible wax for temperatures around freezing and colder.||New fallen snow||0°C/-2°C|
|Transformed fine grained snow||-2°C/-8°C|
|VR50 Violet 45g||Designed for moist to dry snow around freezing 0°C (32°F). When used below freezing, high humidity is required.||New fallen snow||+1°C/0°C|
|Transformed fine grained snow||0°C/-4°C|
|Born out of World Cup demand. For slightly moist new snow around freezing, and for older transformed snow below freezing. It gives excellent kick without sacrificing glide.||New Fallen snow||+2°C/0°C|
|Transformed fine grain now||+1°C/-2°C|
|VR60 Silver 45g||Designed for wet snow with little water content. When used below freezing||New fallen snow||+2°C/0°C|
|Transformed fine grained snow||+1°C/-2°C|
|VR70 KlisterWax Red 45g||For wet and moist new snow. Works also on wet transformed snow down to 0°C (32°F). Apply thicker if very wet.||New fallen snow||+1°C/+3°C|
|Transformed fine grained snow||0°C/+2°C |
|VR75 KlisterWax Soft Yellow 45g||For wet snow, glazy tracks. Must be applied evenly. To be used in tracks.||New fallen snow||+2°C/+5°C|