Super Happy Waxers

Cold Paddle Wax

Due to the artic vortex and frigid cold temperatures, I havent had a chance to use the wax. SupperH..


text_stars
Cherish

Awesome Customer Service

Eric has educated me on properly cleaning storage and waxing my snowboards collection. He suggest o..


text_stars
Leo M

One Ball Jay

Real big fan of One ball Jay wax, fast and I don't get caught on catwalks. Couldn't find it local,..


text_stars
Doug

Wonderful Wax

Happy wax is great! Fun colors and scents that work great. Delivery was fast, friendly and efficien..


text_stars
Prudence Prince

So happy I found this place

Got some cool stuff from this place. Their prices are pretty good and customer service is stellar...


text_stars
Ricky

Snowboard Wax

Snowboarding wax comes in hot wax or rub on wax. For most snowboarders all temperature wax will satisfy your shredding needs. For those who want to achieve the ultimate in speed you should choose a snow temperature based board wax.


For Spring or Slush conditions choose a warm temperature snowboard wax. Warm temperature waxes are formulated to work with the water layer that has formed on the top of the snow not against it. Similar to a well trained ninja who uses force to his advantage instead of working against it.


For the bitter cold to ultra cold conditions choose a cold temperature wax.  Cold temperature waxes are formulated with extra ingredients to make them super hard to repel the friction the ice is trying to lay down.

Keep your snowboard as fast as it can be whether it's dead winter and negative five degrees at Aleyeska in Alaska.  Or its the middle of Summer and seventy five degrees at Mt Hood Oregon.  When you "BUY YOUR WAX FROM US" you will always be fast!