T795 Profile world cup for XC-skis

$392.00

Our best cross-country profile used by professional waxers all over the world.

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  • World Cup waxing profile
  • For prepping cross-country skis
  • For racing service and ski workshops
  • Very strong mounting mechanism

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Product information

Technical specifications

  • Product number T0795
  • Country of origin:Czech Republic
  • Season:Fall/Winter
  • Concept:World Cup

    FAQ

      Which waxing table works for cross-country skis, downhill skis or snowboards?

      We have several types of waxing tables. Which one suits you depends on the application.

      This is because downhill skis/snowboards, weigh more than cross-country skis and you need to have clamps that fit. We recommend a waxing table that is wide and heavy, such as T76.

      For cross-country skis you can use most Swix waxing tables (e.g. T75W ) and adapt with the correct profiles (e.g. T0766 XC ).

      Which Swix waxing table should I choose as a beginner or an advanced skier?

      If you are a beginner, it depends on whether you are going to use it for cross-country skis or downhill skis/snowboards. You also need to consider whether you need to be able to carry it around a lot. The T75W waxing table goes a long way.

      If you are an expert, our best waxing table is the T77-3. The top plate is made of aluminum, so it can withstand a lot of wind and rain. This allows you to use it for a long time indoors and outdoors. The T77-3 is also relatively light, yet stable. The waxing table can also be height-adjusted.

      You can find all waxing tables here: Swix waxing tables

      What is a waxing profile?

      A waxing profile is used for cross-country skis and is a profile to which the skis are attached, so that they remain stable when waxing the skis.

      There are waxing profiles you can have on your own legs (for example T767-3 XC Profile and T79-1 Legs ) or profiles that are attached to the waxing table or a bench with clamps, like T767-3, and finally profiles that are pushed into our waxing tables, like T0766.

      Which waxing profile is best suited to cross-country skis?

      All Swix waxing profiles fit cross-country skis. We have no downhill ski and snowboard profiles. Here it is best to use clamps.

      You can find all the clamps here: Swix clamps

      Do I need a waxing table to have a waxing profile?

      A waxing profile is used for cross-country skis and is a profile to which the ski is attached, so that the ski remains stable when waxing the skis.

      There are stand-alone waxing profiles (e.g. the T767-3 XC Profile and T79-1 Legs ) or waxing profiles you attach to waxing tables or benches with clamps, like T767-3, and waxing profiles that are pushed into our waxing tables, like T0766.

      We recommend using a waxing table. It’s more convenient and you have space to put tools and waxing irons on the table while you’re working.

      Is there a waxing profile for children’s skis?

      You can use T793-2 on skis that are 140 cm or longer. 140-cm skis are the shortest.

      For skis shorter than 140 cm, use clamps (e.g. T149-50 ) and adapters for cross-country and snowboarding (T149-50UA ).

      Does the T149-90N work for cross-country skis that are 40-mm wide?

      No, the narrowest T149-90N is 50 mm. T149-50 goes up to 40 mm, so this can be used for cross-country skis.

      Can the T795H70 clamp be attached to the T793-2 profile?

      No, the T795H70 cannot be used on the T793-2.

      What is the difference between the T795 and T793-2 profiles?

      T795 has 4-cm lower profiles than T793-2, so you can use the clamp instead of fastening to the binding.

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