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Connelly 70" HP Waterski with Swerve Binding and Rear Toe Piece (Men's)

Connelly 70" HP Waterski with Swerve Binding and Rear Toe Piece (Men's) -
  • Connelly 70" HP Waterski with Swerve Binding and Rear Toe Piece (Men's) -
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Style: 60195089

The Connelly 70" HP Waterski with Swerve Binding and Rear Toe Piece is built for stability, making it perfect for intermediate skiers looking to step up their performance. The Standard Tunnel shape in the Acrylam Base gives this ski straight tracking and helps the ski sit lower in the water, so when you do put it on edge you get aggressive hold. Helping you tap into that performance is the included Swerve Binding, which works with the Recreational Glass Flex construction to give you smooth control and easy energy transfers.

KEY FEATURES
  • Standard Tunnel design moves the tunnel closer to the centerline, giving you greater stability while keeping edge hold high
  • Includes Connelly Swerve binding and rear toe piece
  • Made in the USA
FEATURES
  • 100% Fiberglass Construction uses advanced weaves and layups to give consistent flex and a smooth ride
  • Closed Cell Polyurethane Resin Core offers durability and resists waterlogging
  • Recreational Glass Flex Sequence provides an easier, more mellow ride
  • Durable Acrylam Base provides long-lasting performance that stands up to abuse
  • Drop through aluminum fin with foil
  • 70” (178cm) approximate length
  • Designed for riders over 220lbs (99kg)
  • Works best behind boats going 28 to 34mph (45 to 54 kph)
  • Simple single-lace design allows for quick adjustment of fit
  • Open Toe Design allows binding to drain quickly and accept a wide range of foot sizes
  • Lycra lined for comfort and easy entry
  • EVA Footbed cushions and supports
  • Rear Toe Piece provides easy entry while still maintaining excellent control
  • Bindings are one size fits most

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