The Original Wakeskate & Wakeboard Wax
We’re putting an end to sticky moments on park features! WAXTHAT is an eco friendly rub-on base coating formulated to provide a consistent and predictable ride in all wake parks. Our original formula brings balance to the forces of friction and glide, giving you dependable board feel on any park feature surface. At the same time WAXTHAT is the perfect protection for your wakeskate & wakeboard base, what’s needed against all the hits.
For winching on urban rails and ledges WAXTHAT will also give you that catch free ride!
Each one of our non-toxic, biodegradable components is blended in small, precise batches ensuring a consistent, predictable result from opener to the ender, every day!
WAXTHAT is made and poured in Scheveningen, The Netherlands. Next to the sea and close to the wake parks.
Our innovative wakeskate & wakeboard wax containing environmentally friendly additives and the unique hand poured manufacturing process that is done in small amounts, ensures that each bar of wax stays consistent with the right amount of additives.
Our goal at WAXTHAT is to produce the finest quality wakeskate & wakeboard wax while maintaining strong environmental standards to keep our waters clean. To satisfy rider demand for environmentally friendly products, WAXTHAT promises to continue creating an environmental sustainable product, without disrupting its performance.
Everyone knows your wakeskate or wakeboard base has to handle al lot of dirty hits in the wakepark. After some time in the park your base will get dried out and scratched, which will slow you down extremely on the park features. How to take care about it?
A few members of the Dutch Liquid Force team taking a shred along Down Under Cablepark. Shot 100% using GoPro.
Riders: Mik Nieuwenhof, Wassim El Hosayebi, Daan Rigter, Twan Hendrix, Bart Hendrix, Ricky Lukassen, Sjors van de Kerkhof
After weeks of brainstorming, designing, building and rebuilding, we finally finished the true essential for all wake parks.. We proudly present the Tool Station!
The first edition of the LANGENFELD OPEN presented by O’Neill is in the books and marks a highlight of the early contest season. World class athelets from 15 different countries battle it out on a unique setup featuring UNIT Parktech hacks and wavebreakers. Hopefully you were there or watched the Langenfeld Open live stream, it went off! We congratulate Daniel Grant for taking the 2nd place and a big shoutout to the Wakeboarding Langenfeld crew for this insane event!
A couple week ago Victor Salmon visited gnarly park CWC in the hot Philippines and did his “thing”. Better check out his “thing” in his new video, edited by Robin Leonard Jensen.
Get your hands on the new Alliance Wake Magazine issue 17.3 and check out the banger shots of Daniel Grant during the WAXTHAT Winch Tour last summer!
Photo’s are taken by Jarno Schurgers:
The new edit of Noom Atichatpong and his sick crew traveling through Thailand to find the best winching spots. Daniel Grant helping him on his video promotion and filming from all around Thailand.
Our badboy Victor Salmon ripping dirty with Blake Bishop in the new Slingshot Wake video, Young Guns!