mountainFLOW is pumped to offer one of the world's only plant-based waxes.
Plant-Based + Biodegradable
Performs as well as a conventional (petroleum-based) ski wax - we’ve run controlled performance tests to prove it!
- SIZE: 130 grams
PRO TIPS: Use a sharp scraper. Beer helps too!
- Check out the Hot Crayon Waxing Technique on our Waxing Tips page.
*100% Stoke Guarantee - If you’re not totally stoked on our wax products you can return em’, no questions asked.
I was originally disappointed in their wax. I let them know why. They indicated they had changed formula and shipped me two blocks of wax for free as they stand 100% behind their produce. The new formula is better, wax is great and a company that actually communicates with you and stands behind their product. Rare these days it seems. Thanks.
Waxed skis for the first time myself and it was a breeze. Its very easy to use and delivered great results on the slopes. Make sure to watch the videos on the website for instructions. And best of all, its environmentally friendly!
Very easy to apply, scrapes off well and glides very well on snow
I waxed my skis with my first purchase of the MountainFLOW all temp wax yesterday. I used the crayoning method suggested in the company video and it did cut down on the waste from the drip method. I did notice that I had to move the iron much slower to melt the wax into the base even after I turned the temp up a little higher. I let the skis sit overnight and scraped and finished them the next morning. Scraping seemed a lot more labor intensive than my other all temp wax. I would compare the effort to the low temp race wax I used in the past. I got out to the ski hill later in the morning and wow! The glide was so much better and actually going down the run this stuff really ripped. I will make this my permanent selection for waxes especially since it helps maintain our environment. I ski with a friend whose skis always seem faster than mine, but today I actually kept up with him. Maybe he just took his foot off the gas today but I'm giving credit to the wax.
I tried the cold wax for the first time this season and was pretty impressed with it. The wax is fast, and lasted me 3 full days of riding before I needed to re-wax my board, which is more or less what other waxes last me. I need to try the all-temp, but I could definitely see myself changing to Mountainflow, especially since I don't know if my current wax will continue to be available for next season.
The downsides I noticed is that it's harder to melt than other waxes, so it required slower passes with the iron to spread it evenly over the board, even when crayoning it; and that it seemed to consume a larger chunk of the bar per waxing than my regular wax, so it seems it won't last as much. Those are the only things preventing me from giving it 5 stars, though. Otherwise, great product.