We’ve created a completely new ski shape – narrower than the mid and wider than traditional – that fits into a category of its own. Skiers of all types will immediately feel the One Shape’s phenomenal turning performance, tighter radius, and bigger sweet spot. Designed to keep the ski moving through the turn, this new shape is ridiculously easy and forgiving to ski while at the same time solid and smooth.
The new bevels on the NANO ONE™ are different from all others. You’ll experience an easy, comfortable, yet extremely stable and solid connection to the water that gives you more confidence and quicker edge-to-edge performance throughout the turn and as you build angle across the wake. Our new Genius Bevels™ work in perfect harmony with our new One Shape™ providing you the sweetest, easiest, best skiing ski you’ve ever been on.
Nano Carbon Construction - Lighter
It was an industry first when we introduced our innovative nano carbon fiber construction last year. Now it’s undisputedly proven. Goode skis constructed from nano carbon fiber and resin have higher strength-to-weight ratios and are lighter and stronger than skis built from traditional carbon fiber. Nano carbon raises the performance bar to a higher level.
We’ve also reduced the ski’s weight a quarter of a pound by removing the top and bottom acrylic layers, increasing performance and allowing you to see the raw nano carbon fiber and the uniqueness of each hand-made ski.
All For ONE … ONE For ALL
Many skiers will ride the 65.25-inch ski, just like Nick Parsons (6’5”, 205 lbs) and Regina Jaquess did when they rode the same size NANO ONE™ at the 2012 Masters. However, the NANO ONE™ is available in 4 sizes, 64", 65.25", 66" and 66.75". A ski selection guide is listed below.
Irrespective of a skier’s weight or height each skier needs to make the same radius turn in the slalom course, thus exists an optimum ski length and width for shortline slalom (much like some snow ski racing events in which all competitors ride the same size skis). After nearly two decades of research and design and an exhaustive testing process, Goode has found the ONE for your weight and skiing ability.
It may be the newest ski in the Goode line, the NANO ONE™ has already proven its tournament ready performance by joining its legendary predecessors in the record books and on the podium. Regina rode it to a new Women’s world record of 3 buoys at 41-feet off and a course record and title at the Masters. Chad Scott and Todd Ristorcelli each won Big Dawg events on the NANO ONE™ and numerous regional titles have already been set on it. Looking for a personal best or a tournament victory? Get the NANO ONE™ today.
Technology and Engineering That Makes A Difference
The new NANO ONE™ is simply amazing. It’s positively the best performing ski we’ve ever developed. No one is more passionate about pushing the envelope of technology than Goode. We’re committed to designing, engineering and building advanced technology that will truly exceed your expectations and take your skiing to the next level.
Recommended ski selection guide for the NANO ONE based on skier's weight
Posted by Team Simpson on 23rd Jan 2014
Got my 65.25 Nano when goode first released it . Got a personal best a week later . It's a forgiving and very stable ski and I achieved a 13 buoy improvement in 3 months . Even at slower speeds the nano is great .
when the boat speeds go up the ski just jumps into life and is so fast through the wakes . I found myself early at each ball .
Excellent work Goode
Posted by Dave Miller on 20th Jan 2013
I have been skiing on the 65.25 Nano One since the Pan Ams last summer.
I have to tell you the Nano One is the best ski I have ever skied on. It's mid January and I can't seem to miss 39. I have also been testing the 66 Nano One and I love It as well. I can't wait for the tournament season this year as I know I will ski well on the new Nano One.
Thank you for designing the best ski ever!