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For the ladies, out of the Concept mould this ski is smooth and predictable through the wakes, while the dual concave tunnel makes edge hold easy without sacrificing performance. A great ski for the ladies who want a performance ski.

Radar_Vice_Waterski_Glove-2T

The Radar Vice Water Ski Gloves feature an external dowel on the end of the finger tips and a strap that helps transfer the strain of the handle to your wrist and forearm. Radar Vice water ski gloves will improve your grip and extend your time on the water. Pre-curved fingers, double layered Amara palm, liberal use of neoprene for an exact fit.

Radar Liftoff

Posted: July 30, 2013 in Uncategorized
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The Liftoff is a must-have tube simply for its traditional deck shape design. Lie down, hold on and liftoff with up to 3 riders. The square-tail adds stability in rough water or flying on the whip. Most importantly, heaps of fun!

The Liftoff is a must-have tube simply for its traditional deck shape design. Lie down, hold on and liftoff with up to 3 riders. The square-tail adds stability in rough water or flying on the whip. Most importantly, heaps of fun!

Skin Ski and Surf.

Skin Ski and Surf

Check out this website, it has some great ski gear, as well as some other cool stuff!

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Superlite X

The Superlite X utilizes the polyvinylchloride foam core technology of the Syndicate Program skis and 90/10 Carbon/Fiberglass construction for the most advanced core technology available with just a touch of dampening. The standard Coefficient X is built out of the exact same molds as the SL, but has a more traditional 50/50 carbon/fiberglass construction and a polyurethane core. The single largest difference between the skis of the future and the skis of ten years ago is the amount of physical effort required by the skier to ride them. The Coefficient X also employs a 7% smaller bevel than the Syndicate A1. This helps to lift the ski out of the water for reduced drag and permits the proper amount of on water slide skiers need to dictate when, where and how aggressively they turn. The

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