Hertel Wax Super Hot Sauce, All Temperature Ski and Snowboard (340g Brick) Can be Used Hot or Cold for Safe, Smooth, Unmatched Performance and Fast Control

Hertel Wax

The Price has Dropped! But is it Cheap?

- The best price we've seen on Amazon in the past 12 months was on October 9, 2019. The current price is considered average. It is 21% higher than the cost at its lowest.


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currently average price

16% Drop

Updated October 15, 2019

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Price Activity

DatePrice ActionChange %Price Level
13 Oct, 2019Price Drop-15.60%average
10 Oct, 2019Sale End50.00%highest
9 Oct, 2019On Sale-33.33%lowest
12 Mar, 2019Price Increase2.27%highest
12 Feb, 2019Price Increase7.32%high
Update on 15 Oct, 2019

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Hertel Wax Super Hot Sauce, All Temperature Ski and Snowboard (340g Brick) Can be Used Hot or Cold for Safe, Smooth, Unmatched Performance and Fast Control

Product Details

  • Amazon.com Sold on
  • B000GAYNXO Amazon ASIN
  • Hertel Wax Brand
  • Categories

    Ski & Snowboard Wax, Winter Sports Accessories, Winter Sports, Outdoor Recreation, Sports & Outdoors

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 8 Reviews
  • Dec. 4, 2018 Last Review Date
  • Dec. 25, 2013 First Seen Review Date
  • 2 Reviewed on Subreddits

    snowboarding (7)
    skiutah (1)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Daily Discussion: /r/Snowboarding General Discussion, Q&A, Advice, Etc.) -- December 04, 2018 [R]

10 months, 2 weeks agojdubbs92 posted submission on snowboarding.
Dec. 4, 2018

Want to discuss current trends? Board shapes, technology? Advice picking outerwear? Need info on traveling to Revelstoke for the first time? Or question about what board you should buy? For new and experienced snowboarders with any questions at all about snowboarding including gear, learning, what to wear, where to go, what terminplogy is rad, etc. Nothing is off limits! Please ask questions in this thread and let the /r/snowboarding community help out. This is meant as a judgement-free and welcoming environment for noobs to ask any kind of question related to snowboarding, no matter how dumb it may seem.

10 months, 2 weeks agojdubbs92 posted comment on snowboarding.
Dec. 4, 2018

Hertel's is great. Really fast, lasts long, and is all temp.

Japanese snowboard Wax [R]

11 months, 4 weeks agolostinatree posted submission on snowboarding.
Oct. 22, 2018

I moved to Japan last year and with winter quickly approaching I'm looking for wax recommendations. Doesn't have to be a Japanese brand as long as it ships to Japan.

Preferred waxes for Wasatch conditions? [R]

2 years, 9 months agohacksauce posted submission on skiutah.
Jan. 4, 2017

To my shame, I'm a total noob to tuning my own skis. I just learned about the different types of waxes, i.e. temperature rating and hydrocarbon vs. fluorocarbon or whatever, in theory at least.

Now I'm wondering what specific waxes locals like in practice for the conditions we tend to see in the Cottonwoods (I'm doing Alta/bird this year.)

The temperature thing is easy to understand, but do I also need or want different waxes for powder vs hard and/or wet snow?

I'm usually on my Vwerks Katanas which are superb, so I don't want the "wrong" wax holding them back. I also have a pair of Head Magnums I bring out when there's no soft stuff, which also ought to be as fast as possible. Then there are my go-anywhere, 5+ year old rock skis ... and my superfats, obviously for deeeep days only.

Thank goodness, all four pairs are seeing use this season. That does mean I have to figure out what to do for all four, of course.

Any related suggestions would be appreciated as well, especially anything I can use instead of an absurdly expensive ski vise, heh.

2 years, 9 months agohacksauce posted on skiutah.
Jan. 4, 2017

I ride at Brighton, and have been waxing my own board for years. I use Hertels, an old iron, and a credit card. I've got no complaints.

Daily Discussion: /r/Snowboarding General Discussion, Q&A, Advice, Etc.) -- December 05, 2016 [R]

2 years, 10 months agoacoolazn posted submission on snowboarding.
Dec. 5, 2016

Want to discuss current trends? Board shapes, technology? Advice picking outerwear? Need info on traveling to Revelstoke for the first time? Or question about what board you should buy? For new and experienced snowboarders with any questions at all about snowboarding including gear, learning, what to wear, where to go, what terminplogy is rad, etc. Nothing is off limits! Please ask questions in this thread and let the /r/snowboarding community help out. This is meant as a judgement-free and welcoming environment for noobs to ask any kind of question related to snowboarding, no matter how dumb it may seem.

2 years, 10 months agoacoolazn posted on snowboarding.
Dec. 5, 2016

I just use Hertel on normal/warm days and a cold temp wax on cold days.

Hi /r/snowboarding! What features / amenities do you look for in a mountain home rental? [R]

2 years, 11 months agolostinatree posted submission on snowboarding.
Nov. 13, 2016

Hi all! I am currently in the midst of purchasing a 2B/2B villa close to the slopes in Beech Mountain (less than 1 mile). We are looking to cater to snowboarders and want to know what features / amenities you all would like to see in a rental!

We're basically gutting the existing home, so all features / requests are welcomed!

  1. Are there certain features you look for in a rental?

  2. Features you haven't seen, but would excite you?

  3. Is there any information you'd want to receive about the home you're renting (either regarding slopes, location, etc.)

  4. Any special offerings / included items that would make your stay more enjoyable? (gear, equipment, etc.)

Looking for any & all advice to really tailor our vacation home to you all! Thanks in advance!

2 years, 11 months agolostinatree posted on snowboarding.
Nov. 14, 2016

Already having a workbench will make it easy to tune gear. Two raised blocks to put the board on to make it easier to wax. Two clamps that can hold the board vertically so you can tune/de-tune your edges. A dedicated waxing iron, some scrapers, a big file, dustpan and brush, trashcan, and a little shop vac. If you want to provide wax you can buy a brick of hertel super hot sauce relatively cheap that will last for a long time. Also this is the boot dryer I use and it's awesome.

What is your wax preference? [R]

3 years, 11 months agolostinatree posted submission on snowboarding.
Nov. 19, 2015

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3 years, 10 months agolostinatree posted on snowboarding.
Nov. 19, 2015

Super hot Sauce As someone who waxes a couple times a week this works really well in most conditions and goes a long way for it's price

Wax! [R]

4 years, 10 months agoJohnKinbote posted submission on snowboarding.
Dec. 14, 2014

What is shreddits wax of choice? I've been using one ball jays all temp biodegradable but the bars getting pretty small.

4 years, 10 months agoJohnKinbote posted on snowboarding.
Dec. 14, 2014

http://www.amazon.com/Hertel-Super-Sauce-Temperature-Snowboard/dp/B000GAYNXO/ref=sr11?ie=UTF8&qid=1418606273&sr=8-1&keywords=hertel+super+hot+sauce

3/4 pound brick for $21. Plenty of wax jobs!

Which universal snowboard wax should i get? [R]

5 years, 9 months agoalexsir01 posted submission on snowboarding.
Dec. 25, 2013

I'm looking for a universal hot wax i can get to Denmark. I really want the Hertel super hot sauce but i cost 75 $ just in shipping which i don't wanna pay. Do you have any ideas where i can get it cheaper or another good wax?