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DPS Phantom 2.0 Base Glide Treatment

Brand: DPS
Model: Phantom 2.0 Glide
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Availability: In Stock
Price: $99.95
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Ski mountaineers and backcountry skiers are not known for ski maintenance. Most would rather be skiing! If you identify with that sentiment, you’ll love the Phantom permanent base treatment from DPS. The rocket-surgeons in charge at DPS promise that Phantom will give you the greased lightning feel of a fresh wax that will never, ever wear off. Gone are the late nights of scraping wax in cramped garages, the feeling of friction under your bases as you realize you picked the wrong wax, and the ashen bases of your neglected skis. Get yourself a fresh stone grind, apply Phantom, and spend more time skiing!

  • Apply once: performance never fades regardless of stone grinds.
  • Polymer technology provides performance across a broad range of conditions and snow temperatures for the life of your bases.
  • Environmentally friendly since it doesn't use toxins that get skied-off and end up in the watershed.
  • More cost-effective than waxing regularly.

Update for 2018/19: Phantom 2.0 is an updated formula that brings the curing time down from 4 hours to a more manageable 1 hour. Ski properties remain the same.

Question from Haoran L
Can I simply apply the phantom to skis even when those was newly machine/iron waxed? Do I have to remove the wax?
Answer from Teddy Young
Hello Haoran, here's some of what DPS says on the topic!

"Not-provided items/services needed for proper DIY PHANTOM application include a ski or snowboard base cleaner, or alternatively, employing a ski/snowboard shop to clean bases via stone grinding prior to application."

"Thoroughly clean the base of your skis or snowboard.
BEST - Fresh stone grind and wipe down.
BETTER - Off the shelf base cleaner.
GOOD - Use household items such as hot soapy water or olive
oil with a clean rag to clean your bases."
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Question from Mr. Han
Is it possible shipping to Republic of Korea?
Answer from Trace Leches
Hi Mr. Han! Shipping to the Republic of Korea is not a problem at all!
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Question from Jim
Is this anything like Zardoz notwax™? Zardoz was Paul Ramer's last product before succumbing to Mad Cow Disease, the human version.
Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Jim! NOTwax makes skis go faster and so does Phantom so in that regard I suppose they are similar but outside of that they are fairly different. The big difference between Phantom and the late Mr. Ramer's NOTwax is that Phantom is applied once, bonds to the P-Tex, and stays there for the life of the ski whereas NOTwax is very, very temporary and is relatively high-maintenance when you use it in conjunction with skins. Phantom has excellent compatibility with climbing skins.
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Question from Steve
Is the phantom 2.0 product available in yor inventory to ship?
Answer from jbo
Hi Steve, yes! We have some in stock now.
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by utahpete (used product regularly)
Put this (Phantom 1.0) on a pair on Nordica Helldorados and also on a pair of Liberty Variant 113's last year. Slightly slower than my best fresh wax job but after 15 days or so it still seemed as good as new. A little disappointed in sticky spring snow conditions, but to be honest I've never found a wax that wasn't disappointing in those conditions either.
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Question from Charlie
two questions:
1. how many skis will this treat?
2. In the description are you saying that once applied that future base grinds won't erode the effectiveness of the application? If so, i am guessing that the chemicals penetrate the entire depth of the base (or something like that)...?

Thank you!
Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Charlie!
1) Standard "dosage" is one set of skis though we suspect that if you wanted to do two sets of race skis at the same time it could happen without a second kit, though as of today we haven't done that.

2) You nailed it. We had the engineer who developed it in house a while back and he dove into a ton of chemical engineering info but the basic idea is that yes, it's something along the lines of a molecular chain that will bond to P-Tex and while it's being applied it migrates its way through the plastic but because of its properties it won't bond to anything else. I'm not an engineer though so forgive me if my terminology was off.
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