Binder for Kick Wax

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larsonian
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Re: Binder for Kick Wax

Postby larsonian » Fri Jan 16, 2015 10:28 am

Blah wrote:Are you skiing Lapham Peak?
Yep that's the place. I think I'll have much better results after following all the advice I've gotten from this thread. I was pretty rushed with my wax work before, so a little more effort should go a long way. Thanks for the recommendation though, I'll keep it in mind if I need any wax or gear

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Re: Binder for Kick Wax

Postby Chris » Fri Jan 16, 2015 8:29 pm

larsonian wrote:
Blah wrote:Are you skiing Lapham Peak?
Yep that's the place. I think I'll have much better results after following all the advice I've gotten from this thread. I was pretty rushed with my wax work before, so a little more effort should go a long way. Thanks for the recommendation though, I'll keep it in mind if I need any wax or gear


Kick hasn't been that tricky at Lapham lately both on the manmade loop and natural snow. I haven't skied there in the last three days, so maybe it has changed.


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