i think that waxing them provides a support on the snow and then creates i guess a ballast upon the snow
It does not create a ballast on the snow. A ballast is a tank of something, commonly water or sand, or it is left empty, to alter the buoyancy of a submarine, hot air balloon, dirigible, ship etc in a fluid. Snow is not a fluid. All it does is smooth the bases of the skis and make them slipperier. It makes you go a lot faster. That's it.
Actually, waxing skis increases friction. Wax is not slippery. If you wanted less friction you could oil your skis.
because of where your ski boots are located, it might take a lot of getting use to. So that might affect your skiing ability.
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no it is really bad for your skis you will probably get hurt
If you are talking about brands, Head, Salomon, K2, Rossignol, Nordica. If you mean styles of skis, park and pipe, all mountain, powder, race and performance. The difference between race skis and performance skis is that race skis are made for racing on a race track for a professional, performance skis are made to use on regular runs at fairly high speeds for the advanced to expert recreational skier.
Friction between skis and snow may be reduced by waxing the skis. Air friction is reduced by tucking the body into a streamlined position.
Sorry no they cant, your bindings are fixed to your skis by screws, which have to be drilled in, drilling more holes in the skis will affect there performance majorly. The only adjustments that can be made are moving the heel piece backwards and forwards to hold different sized ski boots.
There is never wax on the edges or the top, so no.
You wax your skis so that you don't stumble on the snow and you just glide over it for a smooth ride! Also, waxing your skis enables you to ski faster and it protects the bases of your skis, which if damaged can cause a rougher ride and can make the skis harder to control (trust me, I had skis with damaged bases and once they were repaired they were SO much easier to control).
fasting affect performance
Waxing skis make your skis faster. You also want to have smooth bottoms on your skis. Smooth bottoms of your ski - It is CRITCIAL to avoid skiing over rocks, dirt, or anything that is not ice and snow. This can cause scratches, nicks, and divots in the bottom of your ski. You want the bottoms to be as smooth and scratch free if possible. The smoother they are, the more surface area touches the snow which allows you to ski faster. "Burrs" are what they call nicks on your edges and the bottom of your ski. Waxing your skis - This is usually done the night before a ski race. You melt wax over your skis with and then iron the wax over the skis. Ski wax comes in a variety of colors which are associated with different temperature ranges. The purpose of different wax for different temperatures is because the consistency of the snow changes with the temperature. The day of the race you scrape the wax off your skis. There will be some wax that still remains on the bottom and will quickly wear off. Consult a local ski shop for proper technique. Waxing also protects your skis. If you don't wax them, the bases can become oxidized.
Wax to make it simple is slippery, this when placed on the skis reduces the friction between the snow and the skis, (yes there is some friction between skis and snow). The less friction, the faster your skis can glide across the snow, and the faster you go.
First of all you need sharp skis. without sharp skis you can carve in the snow and you start sliding everywhere. You can test your skis by scraping your finger nail on the edge. if a little part of your nail comes off after sliding down with the slightest pressure you can tell it is sharp. also waxing makes skis go faster and i have heard that rubbing soap on the bases of your skis makes them go super fast, (but it leaves bubble's.) I hope this answers your question!
Yes, I do. It really makes your skis so much smoother and if you're a freestyle skier like I am, it helps to land a jump without all the pain when you land. If you wax your skis once every time you go skiing that is the best way to do it, but you can also just make your own waxing plan.
Yes, for waxing Snowboards/Skis you will need to use tuning wax which you can usually buy at a sports shop on the mountain...
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Salomon makes ski bindings for oversized skis, driver skis, Z10 and Z12 skis, steel skis, Guardian skis, various variety of STH skis and non-STH skis.
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it affect performance because lactic acid builds up in your muscles, which then causes shortness of breath and affects performance.
You can rub the wax directly onto the base of the ski and buff it in with a cork. However using the hot waxing method is much better.
skis sold without bindings are flat skis