Goode XTR

wawaskrwawaskr Posts: 145 Baller
Is the Goode XTR sized differently from previous Goode skis? What would be the comparable length to a 66” Nano One XT?


  • bkreisbkreis Posts: 273 Baller
    @wawaskr it is. refer to the goode website size chart...also don't hesitate to call them.
  • JackQJackQ Posts: 128 Baller
    I was on a 65.25, then 66 xt and the 67 XTR is comparable. I am 172pds/34mph
  • mr34mr34 Posts: 3 Baller
    Looking to upgrade my ski. I am now in Men's 7 and skiing at 32 MPH. Looking for a ski that will not die in the turn and gain the speed required to get wide at 32mph with low skier input required. I will be 190 when I start in March and am going to look at the Radar Vapor 68", The Raptor 67.5" and the XTR 68". I can find review info on the Vapor and the Raptor, but can find nothing on the XTR. Will Horton be doing a review? Any one else have input on these or other suggestions?
  • Chef23Chef23 Posts: 5,333 Mega Baller
    I think both @jcamp and @MikeT both have time on the water on the XTR. They are both 34 mph skiers not 32. I think @MikeT is about your weight and I think was on the 67" skiing into 38 off.
    Mark Shaffer
  • Than_BoganThan_Bogan Posts: 5,899 Mega Baller
    @MikeT was DAMN close to running 38 on that ski even as the water cooled in the fall. Works great for him!
    Nathaniel Bogan -- GUT Padawan
    jcampPat M
  • jcampjcamp Posts: 674 Crazy Baller
    edited January 26
    @mr34 I am not a ski reviewer and have a hard time communicating what I feel a ski do, so I'll only stick to the facts: after I got on the XTR I went from running a little less than 50% of my 32s in tournaments to running 9 out of 11 to finish the year. I also added two buoys to my personal best, running 35 off for the first time in my life, in a tournament no less. The ski is very comparable to the XT (my previous favorite ski), but I think a notch better. I have not skied on any other brands recently so I can't compare the XTR with any other company's ski.
    Than_Boganmr34Chef23Pat M
  • Ed_JohnsonEd_Johnson Posts: 1,801
    edited January 26
    I have been really impressed with the D3 NRG, and it works great at 32 mph, as well as 34.
    I also talked to a M8 skier who was skiing it at 30 mph and setting personal PB's on it.

    Loving the Reflex Supershell with R Style Rear !!!
  • ALPJrALPJr Posts: 1,564 Crazy Baller
    You may want to check out Syndicate Omni or Syndicate Pro (maybe one size up from the factory recommended on the Pro for 32mph).
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