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 Introducing the All-New GOODE XTR™

GOODE Skis is proud to announce the XTR, an all-new ski that combines the world record-breaking DNA of the Nano 1XT with a trailblazing new rocker profile to create the highest performing ski in the GOODE lineup – and an instant classic.

 The XTR is a flatter, faster ski, but its most innovative feature is the Continuous Rocker that begins farther back and continues toward the tail more aggressively than previous GOODEs. 

 Continuous Rocker Improves Turning Characteristics

 The new Continuous Rocker elongates the ski’s sweet spot and provides the advantages of a flatter ski – namely cross-course speed and stability – while cranking out stable, eminently repeatable turns. 

 New Larger Ski Sizing Leads to More Stability

 Months of testing during the off-season discovered an additional benefit of the new rocker: most XTR skiers can now move to a larger ski than they rode with the Nano 1XT. 

 Performance Right Out of the Box

 Company founder and president Dave Goode says that the larger ski combined with the turning characteristics offered by the new rocker creates one of the most user-friendly, get-after-it-GOODEs to date. 

Additional Features 

  • The Continuous Rocker has eliminated the need for left- or right-foot forward skis.
  • Comes standard with the industry-only nano carbon fiber
  • Factory installed brass inserts
  • Precision finbox.
  • Five-year warranty.
  • 2-week demo period
  • Handmade in Ogden, Utah, U.S.A

Recommended Ski Sizes

  • 63″ – Skier's weight up to 100 pounds-
  • 65″ – Skier's weight up to 125 pounds
  • 66″ – Skier's weight between 120 and 160 pounds
  • 67" – Skier's weight between 150 and 190 pounds
  • 68" - Skier's weight 185 pounds and up.
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2017 Worlds Water Ski Championships - Women's Champion Regina Jaquess (04:44)
The World Championships concluded Sunday in Paris the same way that three previous championships have: with Regina Jaquess clutching a Women’s slalom gold medal. Riding her GOODE XTR, Regina came out on top of two tie-breaker run offs against eventual runner-up Whitney McClintock to claim her fourth career World slalom title. The win sets the all-time mark for Women’s world slalom championships, breaking the record of three that she previously shared with legends Liz Allen, Cindy Todd and Helena Kjellander. Regina’s four World Slalom titles came in 2005, 2013, 2015, and now, 2017. She also claimed the Women’s overall title, completing an unprecedented slalom/overall three-peat (2013, 2015 and 2017). The overall gold is the fifth of her career, the most ever for a Woman and second only behind Patrice Martin all time. She also earned a silver medal in jumping to go along with her team gold, giving her four medals during the championships. Joining Regina atop the overall podium on the Men’s side was Team GOODE’s Felipe Miranda, who advanced to the Men’s slalom finals on the way to claiming overall gold, his second career World overall title. Additional highlights: - Thomas Degasperi just missed out on claiming his fifth World championships medal, finishing fourth, a half buoy behind bronze medalist Jason McClintock. Brando Caruso entered the finals as the top seed, finishing fifth. Additional GOODE skiers advancing to the finals were Miranda (8th) and Marek Mlynek (10th). - In Women’s slalom six of the 12 finalists were on GOODE, as Clementine Lucine (4th), Karen Truelove (6th), Celine Detry (7th), Alice Bagnoli (8th), and Ambre Franc joined Regina in the final round. - Natallia Berdnikava (2nd), Giannina Bonnemann (4th), Anna Gay (5th), and Brooke Baldwin (8th) all landed in the top-10 of Women’s overall, while Adam Sedlmajer (4th) and Dorien Llewellyn (5th) did so on the Men’s side. - With Freddie Winter claiming gold in Men's slalom, both World slalom championships were won on PowerShells. - The United States earned it’s first team world title since 2013, with France and defending champion Canada finishing 2nd and 3rd, respectively.
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  1. Goode XTR 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Aug 2017

    I never thought I would like a ski more than my XT, until I had a chance to ride the new XTR. The first thing I noticed was the speed side to side had improved. This helped provide me with more space before the buoy, which only helped improve my turns. This ski holds width and speed better than any ski I’ve been on. When I make a mistake (which is often) I can still stay in a pass. I believe this is due to how stable it feels at the buoy even with to much speed. The XTR is winner for sure!!

  2. Goode XTR 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Aug 2017

    I instantly felt comfortable on the XTR and ran up the line into 38 out of the box. Last Friday I ran btb 38's which I had only done once before in my life.

    The ski finishes strong on both sides, grabs alot of angle, and holds it well on the other side.

    I'm also seeing an improvement over my XT on the 2-4-6 onside turns. The tip is staying down and the tail seems to have more support...which for me equals a faster exit out of the turn...especially when in short-line scramble mode ;)

  3. Goode XTR 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Aug 2017

    The XTR is the first ski I’ve ridden without having to make any changes to the stock settings. My first set on the XTR, I ran straight up the line just inside 3 ball @ 41. I skied three more sets on the XTR before riding in a tournament where I ran 1.5 @ 41, heading to 3 ball! The XTR is the best ski Goode has ever produced, creates more angle, better cross-course speed, and superior holding power through the backside of the buoy culminating in consistently higher scores. Anyone that is not riding an XTR owes it to yourself to get one ordered today. Thanks to Dave, Martin, and all Team Goode for creating the ultimate slalom ski for 2018.

  4. XTR 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Aug 2017

    The XTR is the next step forward in slalom skis. With the new rocker configuration the ski is much more free than the Nano 1 or XT. Faster more stable, predictable I do not have an off side with this ski It will make the 22/28/32 off skier better and will take the 35/38/39 off skier further down the course. Thanks Dave you've given an old guy new hope to bigger scores

  5. XTR Review 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Aug 2017

    I received my XTR the week before the Southern Regionals and was hesitant to even try it, and after a couple of sets I felt comfortable enough to go with it at the Regionals. I was able to set a Regional record of 3@39.5-34mph, Mens6 which won my division.

    Although it does not feel drastically different than my previous XT, it is quicker and turns better particularly on my troublesome on-side turns.

    The improvement was significant enough that I was able to run 39 twice since getting the ski and I only ran it once before, 3 years ago.

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