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Old 11-26-2019   #1
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I never jump on a new tech immediately, i like to allow other people to be the guinea pigs. Does anyone have any experience with this stuff. Its kinda pricy, wax is cheap. Is it worth it.

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Old 11-27-2019   #2
 
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I have not applied it on my quiver but I have family members who jumped in early and are pleased. I have been way too skeptical. You can find all your answers and then some in this thread. https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...?highlight=DPS

Aspen Skiing Co. among those saying goodbye to ski wax, hello to Phantom
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Old 11-28-2019   #3
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Bueller? Bueller? Guess that answers my question.
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Old 12-11-2019   #4
 
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This will not replace the regular temp specific waxes. I work in the ski industry with shop specific experience and I do not see this taking a bite out of the need to get a wax periodically throughout the season. It would be like telling skiers / boarders that there is no need for apres' .... this one beer is all you will ever need. Waxing is part of the culture.
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I put Phantom on my new DPS skis at the start of last season. Had a little problem getting enough sun for a good cure the first day so this might have impacted the performance (ended up curing for two days). I'm not a ski tech geek and truthfully don't spend a lot of time on tunes and waxing. One of the reasons I bought it. I can say that I can tell that it is on the skis when the snow is really sticky, even after two full tunes, but I wouldn't say that there is a huge improvement over what I've done in the past. Will I buy it again? Don't think so
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