water skiing began in 1922, skis were made of wood. It
not until the early 1970's that EP Water Skis developed a fiberglass / foam
core water ski. In 1994, GOODE Skis developed the world's first Carbon Fiber water ski. Carbon Fiber skis
are now used by all World Champions and World Record Holders. Over the past
GOODESkis have won more U.S. National medals and held the men's and women's World
Records longer than all other manufacturers combined.
Over the years, in
many different sports, material science has brought great performance
advancements. Let's take a brief look back at the history of several
Ben Hogan used to
play with wooden shafted
clubs. Then, in the 1940's, golf shafts became steel. It was not until the
late 1980's that we started to see Carbon Fiber used in golf shafts. Today,
Tiger Woods and all PGA golfers are using clubs that are made with Carbon Fiber.
Borg is seen here
playing at Wimbledon with a
racket. Then, in the 1980's, Jimmy Connors started to win using a metal
Wilson T-2000 racquet. Today, all tennis racquets are made of Carbon Fiber.
To the right, Roger Federer is seen winning Wimbledon with his Carbon Fiber
poles started out being made of bamboo. Then, during World
II, ski poles were made of steel. In 1958, Ed Scott invented the
aluminum ski pole. It took another 31 years before Dave Goode invented the
World's first Carbon Fiber ski pole. Today, GOODE Carbon Fiber ski poles are the
choice of champions. GOODE
sells more Carbon Fiber ski poles than all
other companies combined.
are many, many other sports that have benefited from the use of Carbon
Fiber. (i.e. hockey, cycling, archery, etc.)
Ski Technologies started in 1975. In 1988, GOODE
was the GOODE
was the first company in the world to introduce an all Carbon Fiber water
ski. GOODE has spent the past 9 years designing and developing a new line of Pure Carbon Fiber
snow skis. GOODE
Skis is the first company in the World to build an all Carbon
Fiber snow ski.
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