At Purl Wax, we move fast.  From a company perspective that means constant innovation.  All of our waxes are biodegradable and environmentally friendly.  We manufacture pure, clean ski and snowboard waxes with superior speed and durability.  No fluoros.  No toxic chemicals.  No hype.

Purl is a Colorado Company. Made in the USA! Our goal is to accelerate the world’s transition to  eco-friendly ski waxes with a full range of performance driven products.

  • 100% biodegradable
  • PFC free
  • No fluoros
  • No toxic chemicals
  • No hype

Giving Back:This season we’re stoked to share our partnership with 1 % for the Planet! This means 1% of all Purl sales goes back to non-profit environmental conservation organizations! In the prior years, we’ve given back to POW and Nature Conservancy of Colorado and are stoked to continue to do so while having your shop a part of this greater impact.

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Purl Waxing Tips:

  • Purple All Temp:  In colder conditions run the blue cold temperature ski wax along your edges and the purple all temperature ski wax down the center.
  • Blue Cold Weather: For typical winter conditions, blend this cold ski wax with the purple all temperature ski wax and you will be amazed.
  • Yellow Warm: We recommend blending the spring ski wax with our all temperature ski wax when the temperature is between 24º – 30º. Above 28º we recommend adding graphite ski wax as a rub-on to repel contaminates.
  • Black Graphite:  This wax is designed to overcome static friction that is encountered in cold dry snow. Rub the graphite in on top of our green sub-zero ski wax for optimum ski glide in severe cold conditions.  OR, on the opposite end of the spectrum, this graphite ski wax can also be used to repel wax contaminants found in spring slush snow. Blend the graphite with our yellow spring ski for the best results.
    • A great way to get an even distribution of the graphite wax across your base is to crayon it in. Take the bar of wax, no iron, and rub it across the entire surface of your base. After that you can iron and scrape as usual or if you have a cork, you can cork it in and brush it out.


For a quick base repair fix for shallow base scratches, gouges and to moderate aggressive structure if the weather turns cold, try applying a little of the super hard Green Sub-Zero. After scraping don't brush all of it out of the scratches, gouges and aggressive structure. Check out our Tuning Tips on Light Hot Scraping to reduce scraping after the wax cools.

Iron Temperature:

When hot waxing skis or snowboards the temperature of the iron should be as cool as possible .....but warm enough so that the wax drips on easily.  You do not want the iron so hot that smoking occurs.  Iron temperature settings vary from one iron manufacturer to the other so some experimenting with your iron to find the right setting for each type of wax is necessary.  The guide that we use with our Purl iron is between 210 F  (110 C)  for warm spring wax and up to 270 F  (133 C) for our sub zero wax. See our Tuning Tips on Efficient Waxing to reduce waste, time and energy.

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