This was the first time BeaverWax has entered the wax test and knowing that we have given far less advertising dollars to the magazine ($0 to be exact) than our competitors, we were unsure of the outcome. Here is how it went.
Snowboarder Magazine's wax testing used a 150 foot long straight patch of snow. The first 100 feet consisted of a mellow, continuous-pitch slope and the last 50 feet was a flat run-out. This was to give the waxes ample time to build up speed and then see how it held speed across the flat out-run. Each wax was given 3 runs and all times were averaged out. Here are the results. (Thanks to Snowboarder Magazine and Axis Media)