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Vintage Ski World: The Best Source for Vintage Skiing Wax, Toko Wax and Vintage Used Ski Memorabilia

We are happy to be able to offer our customers one of a kind vintage ski products. We have one of the largest collection of vintage skiing wax available for sale, including Toko Wax, US Ski Wax, White Stag Wax and Stein Eriksen Wax, to name a few. Although these waxes used to help skiers enjoy their ride down the slopes, they are now great collector’s items, enhancing other vintage ski decor.
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US Ski Wax Red Toko Vintage Ski Wax 3 Avalanche Klister Ski Wax
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US Ski Wax Red Toko Vintage Ski Wax 3 Avalanche Klister Ski Wax
US Ski Wax was made by Leisure Products in Denver Colorado. This red wax was good for 28 degrees and up to wet snow as well as sealing new ski bottoms. Makes a nice addition to your wax collection. Toko Vintage Ski Wax 3. Toko ski wax is still considered a leading wax for racing and recreational skiers. The box says; 'For granulated and spring snow. Rubbing not required.' Made by Tobler Company. Chemical Works 9540 Altstatten SG Switzerland. Add this to your wax collection! Avalanche Klister Wax was one of the Klister Waxes in the 1950's. It was a soft wax that the skiers applied to climb the slopes, if they did not have seal skins.  When they got to the top, they would scrape it off and use another wax for the downhill run, probably with graphite in it. The directions also say that it should be applied thin, 'for gliding on wet, crusty snow.'  When you open the container, you smell the pine tar that for some may bring back memories of the old days, where you waxed the old boards before ski touring or climbing the slopes.  Original waxes from the 1950's.
Ski-Mont Ski Wax Stein Eriksen Ski Wax White Stag Hard Ski Wax
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Ski-Mont Ski Wax Stein Eriksen Ski Wax White Stag Hard Ski Wax
Skimont ski wax was a Universal wax used by skiers in the 1950's. The Dee-Bee Importing Company produced it in Portland, Oregon.  The directions for use are interesting: "For cold snow, Skimont must be applied thin as vapor.  For wet snow, Skimont has to be spread on sparingly as well. In both case spread on evenly and rub well with cork.  For sliding, polish well. It is advisable to use a little paraffin on the Skimont, when sliding on an dry, cold snow. Original waxes from the 1950's. Stein Eriksen green slalom wax was a global hit and the directions are in a few languages.  Probably because of Stein's popularity, it was fashionable to use his wax. This wax is for 'snow conditions below the freezing point.'  Unlike other waxes, this wax can be put on with a waxing iron, whereas Victor Sohm's wax specifies 'No Heat'.  Stein's wax can also be applied with a waxing cork or by hand on the slopes.  Original waxes from the 1950's. Another popular 1950's hard ski wax. White Stag was popular for its clothing line as well as its ski waxes.  This was made by White Stag Division of Hirsch-Weis Mfg. Co. in Portland Oregon. The directions say; "Hard Wax - A sliding and gliding wax for new snow at moderate temperatures. Apply thinly when temperature is below zero and thicker if above." Original waxes from the 1950's.
White Stag Medium Ski Wax Fall Line Touring Ski Wax Kit Ski Press & Spreader Set
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White Stag Medium Ski Wax Fall Line Touring Ski Wax Kit Ski Press & Spreader Set
Another popular 1950's medium ski wax. This was made by White Stag Division of Hirsch-Weis Mfg. Co. in Portland Oregon. The directions say; "Medium Wax - An excellent utility wax for every type of snow. Apply very thin for either dry or powder types of snow . . . thick for hard and icy snow. For convenience apply with cork top." White Stag was popular for its clothing line as well as its ski waxes. Original waxes from the 1950's. The Fall Line Touring Ski Wax Kit was made by F. H. Wiessner Company in Burlington, Vermont. All of the directions are in multiple languages indicating its global use. The front of the kit advertises that the Fall Line wax was the official supplier for the US Ski Team and the Canadian Nordic Ski Team. This was a wonderful kit for any touring pack of the 1960's and 1970's. Everything that you need for any condition with complete directions about what wax to use for each type of snow is included in the kit.  Original waxes from the 1960's and 1970’s. "FITS ALL TYPES OF SKI TIPS" - or so the box claims. This Ski Press & Spreader Set was popular from the 1940's until the mid 1960's when the metal, fiber glass and wood composite skis became the norm. The new skis did not need to be clamped or tension held in the tips, which made this product obsolete.  Naturally avid skiers would want their wooden skis kept mint condition throughout all of the years of use.  So it was important to have this product that held both the camber and the splay in the ski tips.  This was especially true for those owning Norwegian skis (pointed tip skis), as the splay was a crucial part of the ski. The directions for this set are quite complex for ski clamps. Original 1940’s ski clamps in their boxes.  The conditions of some boxes vary, but all are in good condition.
   
 
We also provide vintage used ski memorabilia. If you are passionate about skiing, you will definitely like our collections of vintage used ski memorabilia. You can choose to showcase the history of skiing and the products that have been used to shape one of the world’s most popular outdoor activities. 
 
Please feel free to browse through our selection of vintage ski wax, Toko wax, antique skis and vintage ski boots. Should you have any questions about any of our products or the authenticity of the memorabilia and quality of used products, please feel free to contact us. We are dedicated to sharing our passion for skiing with you and look forward to hearing from you.