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    Use this instead of ski wax

    https://www.powder.com/stories/dps-phantom-glide/
    I got this in aemil from my local ski shop
    From what the article says. Only have to put it on skis or snowboard 1
    No other time s ever sounds
    Anyone here know any truth about

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    https://youtu.be/9rMcRJVY1-0


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    It gets good reviews and seems to hold up in different temps!


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    A large thread about this is on the PugSki forum
    https://www.pugski.com/threads/revie...reatment.7690/

    Consensus seems to be that it works very well, but a good wax job (done for the correct snow temperature!) will still beat it. Great for recreational skiers that consider waxing to be a chore, but it will still lose to the right flouro wax on race day.

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    As I recall, I believe you can use regular wax over this for special snow conditions. Don’t quote me in this though...


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    This intrigues me, but what about removing dirt & grime, would a hot wax still remove that stuff?

    More importantly, what if I get a core shot, is it still an easy fix or would Phantom render my skis useless?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
    More importantly, what if I get a core shot, is it still an easy fix or would Phantom render my skis useless?
    I was wondering the same thing


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