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Customize your skiing with the all new GOODE XT series

Fresh off offering water skiing’s first and only completely customized graphics, GOODE Skis is providing even more ways to customize your skiing with three new additions to the world-record breaking XT lineup: the Nano XTT™, Nano XTM™ and Nano XTW™.  Check out the entire XT lineup at store.goode.com.

The three new skis compliment GOODE’s flagship Nano OneXT™ by catering to skiers who prefer either narrower (traditional) or wider skis.  See which model is best for you with this ski comparison chart.

“The Nano OneXT has been one of the most well-received skis we’ve ever had,” said Dave Goode, founder and president of GOODE Skis. “But while the XT is going to be the right ski for probably 80 percent of skiers, there is still that 20 percent that likes the narrower or wider skis that we’ve been very successful with before. We are taking the best characteristics of the XT and adding them to these new widths so that no matter your preference, there is a world-class GOODE for you.”

The differences in the new skis are primarily the width, with the second “T” in XTT standing for “traditional” width (narrower than the XT), and the “M” and “W” in XTM and XTW standing for “mid” and “wide” (wider than the XT), respectively. While the new skis have a width and shape unique for each model, all feature the ground-breaking AsymRocker™, an asymmetrical rocker technology that first debuted with the Nano OneXT. AsymRocker creates a longer rocker on the offside, and a shorter rocker on the onside, completely eliminating any differences between on- and off-sides and leading to better, smoother and more consistent turns that build angle and add buoys.

The Nano XTT

The Nano XTT combines all the hard-charging, cross-course speed of the traditional-width 9900 series with the on-the-rails, no off-side-at-all turns pioneered by the Nano OneXT’s AsymRocker.

Designed with skiers who like to be more proactive in their turns in mind, many 36 mph skiers are going to find the Nano XTT more suitable to the sport’s top speed. Just ask Chris Parrish who is quickly returning to world-record form on his new Nano XTT.

The Nano XTM

The Nano XTM is the next generation of the ever popular Mid-Ride. The perfect combination of the performance-proven mid width and the XT’s rocker profile, the all-new Nano XTM is designed for skiers who like the ski to sit a little higher in the water, and the easier, more efficient ride that comes along with it.

The Nano XTM employs smaller bevels that, when combined with the asymmetrical rocker and extra width, require less skier input to create automatic, angle-building turns.

If you liked the 9900 series mid rides and the Nano Twist, you’ll love the Nano XTM.

The Nano XTW

The Nano XTW takes all of the characteristics of the Nano XTM and makes them, well, bigger.

For skiers who like the ski to ride even higher on the water, the Nano XTW is a medium speed ski that creates monster angle off the buoys with minimal skier input. And the Nano XTW’s extra width makes it the easiest ski to get up on in the entire XT lineup, sparing your back and saving energy for where it really counts: in the course.

XT, XTT, XTM and XTW: What is the right ski for you?

Take a look at this handy ski model comparison chart to figure out which XT series ski is best for you. And don’t forget, you can make each model in the XT lineup look any way you want with GOODE’s 100-percent customizable graphics. Any design, any color. The only limit is your own imagination.

Jeff Milford Wins Western Regionals – Men’s 3 Slalom

WINDSOR, CO – Jeff Milford (Utah) won the Men’s 3 Slalom event at the Western Regionals that were held at Laku Landing, July 21-24, 2009. Jeff was the #1 seed and ran 1 buoy @ 39.5′ off.

“It was a good day for the Milford Family!”, said Jeff Milford. “This was the first time I have ever been seeded #1 in the Regionals. The top score was 1/2 @39.5′ off and it was really hard just to ski one buoy for the win. I wanted to run the whole pass!”, continued Jeff. “I would not be here if it was not for the GOODE PowerVest, the GOODE 9900SL WIDE RIDE and PowerShell 5 boots. I was the first customer to take delivery of the PowerVest and it has really allowed me to ski more, which has improved my skiing.”, Jeff concludes.

Jeff Milford placed 3rd in the 2004 Western Regionals.

GOODE Announces a New Ski – 62.5″ 9900SL WIDE RIDE

GAINES, MI – GOODE Skis announced a new ski in its line-up, a 62.5″ 9900SL WIDE RIDE, this past weekend, at the Big DAWG qualifer #2 event.

“Normally GOODE waits to announce new skis at the annual GOODE Water Ski National Championships in Mid-August.”, said Dave Goode. “However, with the popularity of the 64″ and the 66″, we felt is was best to release the ski sooner.”, Goode continues. “The 64″ ski has worked well for 34mph/55k skiers in the 160- 190 weight ranges and we wanted lighter skiers to benefit from the WIDE RIDE, too.”

The bottom design of the 62.5″ GOODE 9900SL WIDE RIDE differs from the full edge-to-edge, full concave design found in the 64″ and 66″ WIDE RIDEs. It features a hybrid tunnel design in the forebody of the ski which forms small rails on the bottom edge bevels. It also has a lower tip profile. Like all GOODE skis, it is made of Pure aerospace grade CARBON Fiber.

The 62.5″ GOODE 9900SL WIDE RIDE is now available for order and shipments will be made on a first ordered, first shipped basis. The 62.5″ GOODE 9900SL WIDE RIDE is also available as part of GOODE’s $25.00 Demo Program that expires on July 31, 2009.

To learn more about the 62.5″ 9900SL WIDE RIDE, click here….

Jay Leach Sets South Central Regional Record (pending)

COVINGTON, LA – Jay Leach set a new AWSA South Central Men’s 3 Record (pending) by running 3 buoys @ 41′ off/10.25m last weekend at Ski Ranch.

Two weeks ago, Jay tied the previous record of 2.5 buoys @ 41′off/10.25m held by Chad Scott.

Jay was riding his 9900SL WIDE RIDE and PowerShell 5 boots.

Jay wrote a text to Dave Goode, “Just broke a Regional Record at the Ski Ranch with 3@41. Thanks for a great ski!” The next day, Jay wrote Dave the following text, “Just ran another 3@41′ off and went to 4 and hit 4 ball. It will go down this year.”

GOODE Skis posted this news within minutes on TWITTER  

 

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GOODE Publishes Chart for Ski's Surface Area and Max Widths

OGDEN, UT – GOODE Ski Technologies released a chart today showing the relationship of SKI SURFACE AREA and MAX WIDTHs of its various models and sizes.

The purpose of this chart is to help skiers to determine which GOODE ski is right for them.

SKI SURFACE AREA AND MAX WIDTH CHART

MODEL LENGTH SQ. INCHES MAX WIDTH
9900 62.00″ 308.53 6.30″ @ 39.05
64.25″ 330.79 6.52″ @ 40.43
65.75″ 346.44 6.67″ @ 41.37
66.50″ 355.00 6.76″ @ 41.88
67.25″ 362.35 6.83″ @ 42.31
68.50″ 371.19 6.91″ @ 42.83
MODEL LENGTH SQ. INCHES MAX WIDTH
9900 WIDE RIDE 64.00″ 363.86 7.38″ @ 44.80
66.00″ 383.95 7.58″ @ 46.02

Juan Carlos Cuglievan Wins Latin American Championships


Juan Carlos Cuglievan (Perú) won the Latin American Water Ski Championships which were held recently in Apóstoles, Argentina. The tournament was very well organized by the Argentinean federation and the lake conditions were very good. There were 70 skiers from 7 Latin American countries (Argentina, Chile, Perú, Colombia, Brazil, México and the Dominican Republic).

“This is great news!”, said Dave Goode. “I first met Juan Carlos last fall at the 2008 Senior World Championships in Seseña, Spain.”, Goode continues. “Dave Miller introduced us and we proceeded to set Juan Carlos up on a GOODE 9900SL with PowerShell 5 boots. Juan Carlos adapted very quickly to his new equipment as is evident by his recent victory!”, Goode concludes.

Juan Carlos ran 38′off in the preliminary round and received the top seed for the finals. In the final round, the two best scores were 2@38′off and Juan Carlos decided to “play-it-safe” and aimed for 3 ball and ran 3@38′off to win.

Thomas Degasperi Comments on his WIDE RIDE

Thomas is seen in this photo setting up his WIDE RIDE. He commented, “See how many GOODE’s are in Florida!”.

Thomas skis with a 66″ GOODE 9900SL WIDE RIDE, right foot forward, and a PowerShell 5 boot system. Thomas is the reigning World Champion and has skied on GOODE Skis for the past 8 years. Thomas is originally from Trento, Italy and is currently living and training in Orlando, FL and will be competing at the Masters later this month.

The new GOODE 9900 SL WIDE RIDE has been designed to give stability in the turn and at same time is a super fast ski. The wide top part of the ski allows any skier to feel comfortable on their on and off-side. The ski has a incredible stability and improved my off-side a good 30%, which is a lot. As soon I rode the GOODE WIDE RIDE I knew that was going to be a tremendous tool that will conquer the market.

- Thomas Degasperi – 2007 World Champion

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Jerome Bocuse Comments on the GOODE WIDE RIDE

Here are some comments from Jerome Bocuse on the GOODE 9900SL WIDE RIDE…

A few years back when I reduced speed from 36 MPH to 34MPH my buoy count went slightly up but my skiing was not as enjoyable.

It was always more or less a stop and go with the ski stalling at the buoy as the rope got shorter.

Today skiing on the 9900SL WIDE RIDE is an amazing feeling, the buoy count is up and the pleasure of skiing is back again.

The ski is very predictable on both sides, carving the water, turning on a dime without losing any momentum.

With a background as a snow ski racer and watching the ski evolution on the snow, I truly believe that the new 9900SL Wide Ride is the future!

-Jerome Bocuse

Dave and Dawn Goode spent a couple days with Jerome snow skiing in Courchevel, France this past month. Jerome is a very accomplished snow and water skier. Jerome has a very precise feeling on skis. Jerome has competed in several BIG DAWG events and ran 1@41′ off in the 2007 BIG DAWG Finals.

WIDE RIDE Delight

The following is an email excerpt from Paul Donatt, a MENS 5 skier from Southern California.

Dave,

I wanted to give you an update on the new ski — GOODE 64′ 9900SL Wide Ride-Right. I have been riding this ski now for about 2 1/2 months. I have not written you sooner because I wanted to thoroughly test it.

I have been mainly skiing at 32 and 35 off (but I have also had my best 38′s EVER). I have never skied them as well as I am skiing them on this ski. I find my ski finishes the turn at the ball and gets me to the other side earlier than any other ski.

I have never had more time at the ball (pre turn). The ski has amazing acceleration and swings me wide into the turns. I am skiing with more weight on my front foot. I find myself moving with the boat — my weight going forward in the turn and then I am able to move across instead of back.

Several people have commented on how awesome I am skiing on this ski. My turns are balanced and predictable. Over the past 2 days I ran 15 out of 16 35′s. I started at 35 off both sets.

I wanted to thank you for this opportunity to test this ski. I am having more fun skiing now than ever before!!
- Paul Donatt

 

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