Never Wax Again.

by Andrew Magnussen February 19, 2018 2 Comments

Never Wax Again.

In a partnered effort with chemists at the University of Utah, DPS has developed a permanent (1 time application) waxing solution that "offers ultimate convenience combined with great glide performs that never wanes across all snow temperatures, and for the life of a skis or board's use". 

Permanence Breeds Ultimate Convenience

Unlike wax, Phantom is only applied once, and permanently alters the entire thickness of your bases to make them both faster and harder. Performance never drops off, regardless of days ridden or stone grinds. 

Speed and Performance

Consistent glide and speed. Phantom is fast across a broad range of conditions and temperatures. Phantom mirrors the glide of all temperature wax in most mid-winter snow conditions, and exceeds it in warmer snow temperatures. 

Environment 

Traditional waxes are comprised of unstable toxic chemicals that breach into the watershed, causing wide-spread damage to the ecosystem and health of all living organisms. Phantom is engineered to feature the fastest components of traditional waxes but in functional groups that are both inert to the environment and safe to those applying it. 

Learn about the application process...



Andrew Magnussen
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2 Responses

Ascent Outdoors
Ascent Outdoors

March 02, 2018

Hey Lyle,

Good question. Over time the base might get damaged and need a tune, but a stone grind should be all that it takes for a refresh the base.

Lyle
Lyle

February 20, 2018

Never wax again, does that mean never ski shop tune again also, because won’t I need to put another never wax again $100 application after a full tune/base grind?

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