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JetStream Moly or JetStream High Speed?

Thu, Jan  3, 2008 - By Ian Harvey

When using JetStream Moly and JetStream High Speed, which are successful products from the past years, most important is to determine whether or not the snow is going to glaze.

With the New JetStreams, we pay more attention to snow temperature as glazing (or not glazing) doesn't play as big a role in predicting performance.  That said, substituting JetStream Moly for when we recommend JetStream Blue is a pretty safe bet.  The JetStream Blue does outperform the JetStream Moly in cold snow, but the JetStream Moly has proven itself consistently to be the next best cold fluorocarbon on the market.