The Virtual Technician, DOMINATOR's cyber-expert on waxing, is ready to help you identify the best wax for your needs.


Here's how it works -- You input the information you have about four variables: how you intend to slide, snow type, snow temperature, and snow humidity. It's that simple, and you don't even have to provide all of this data; the Virtual Technician can help you even if you don't know the snow temperature. Just enter the information you have and, within seconds, our cyber-tech will recommend the best waxes for the conditions you've specified, with options for recreational use, high performance, and racing. If you need information on how to apply the waxes the Virtual Technician recommends, just click on the "Waxing Procedure" section of the answer.

LET'S GO!

WHAT'S YOUR EVENT? (check only one box)

Alpine SkiingCross Country SkiingSnowboarding
Free Skiing
Slalom
Giant Slalom
Downhill Racing
Less than 20 km
More than 20 km
Freeriding
Halfpipe
Boardercross
Slalom
Giant Slalom

WHAT SNOW AND WEATHER INFORMATION DO YOU HAVE?

Snow Type

Enter the snow type here. Man-made and natural snow up to three days old are considered "new" snow. For example, if it snows (or if snow is made) on Monday the snow is "new" till Thursday and becomes "old" on Friday. This is important information and if you do not have it you can easily get it by calling the resort. If you 're not sure of the snow type, leave this blank.

Old
New

 

Snow Temperature

If you know the snow temperature enter it here, and tell the Virtual Technician if your measurements are in Celsius or Fahrenheit. If you do not know the snow temperature, it is better to leave this blank than guess. It is also better to leave this blank than to input the air temperature, because air  and snow temperatures can be very different.

C
F

 

Snow Humidity

This is a measure of the moisture content of the snow. We have found this to be more relevant than air humidity and this is how it works: If you cannot make a snowball, the snow is dry; if you can make a snowball but it does not stay together the snow is normal; and if the snowball stays together the snow is wet.

Snow Classification:               Wet Normal Dry