All of our layups are tailored individually. To suit riders ability and what type of riding they are using their Phantom for. Our flat water carbons come in around mid 50s. Our comp skis can come in lighter, they are all based upon skill level
Been holding this one hostage for a week now. Trying to get these girls over here to take pics before I have to send it out. This pic does no justice. In the magenta stripe is flake, in blue is all ghost flames and finished off in true candy!! Comp ski by the way. Ever wonder why all the skis I paint have some sort of variation of flames? Idk why, maybe I'm a flamer'? Lol
This hull rides just as good as it looks!
Here's a little video of @SkiPro s glass phantom i put together last year.
1995 raider parts/motor 62t/62t 701.
1991 sn pump with hooker 9/15.
Xs trim (no real couple mod yet)
About to move up to a oem 155 and a 819 from @holeshot and protec modded nozzle for the coupler mod.
We’ve been trying and trying and other hull manufacturers will agree this is the hardest thing pull off. I’ve finally learned a little trick to the infusion process that lets us produce a full visual carbon epoxy ski. No more fading black or elaborate paint jobs to hide blem spots. Obviously we had to put cut seams somewhere, so they r in hood seal, pole bracket and tray area.
With great sadness, California Freestyle will stop making glass model skis. They’ve been our bread and butter for years but with resin increases and new tariffs placed on aluminum, our entry level ski cannot be produced in an affordable manner. Most of our focus will be on flat water comp skis. All our efforts now will be taylored to rider support with the guys and gals that compete on Phantoms.