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Connelly Aspect 67" Waterski with Swerve Binding and Rear Toe Piece (Men's)

Connelly Aspect 67" Waterski with Swerve Binding and Rear Toe Piece (Men's) -

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    Style: 60175156

    You can enjoy all parts of waterskiing with the Connelly Aspect Waterski Package because it's designed to satisfy a broad range of needs. Not only are the included Swerve Bindings extremely adaptable to fit many different sizes and shapes of feet, but it's also designed to work equally well at low boat speeds as it does when things get faster. That means beginners can work on their starts and build stability with excellent control from the C.A.P.T. profiling that keeps flex easily manageable, and more experienced skiers can fly across the water with ease thanks to the stepped V-Tech base design that reduces drag even while encouraging stability.

    • Connelly Advanced Profile Technology (C.A.P.T.) shapes the top of the ski to give you zones of flex and support
    • V-Tech Base is a stepped design for improved tracking and reduced drag
    • Includes Swerve Bindings with Rear Toe Piece
    • Closed Cell Polyurethane Resin Core won't become water-logged yet stays responsive and flexible
    • Polished speed base reduces drag for a faster more fun ride
    • Aluminum Drop Through Fin improves grip and prevents traction loss in the tail
    • 67" length (170 cm)
    • Designed for boat speeds between 26 and 32 miles per hour
    • Supports riders between 180 to 220 lbs lbs (82 to 99 kg)
    • EVA Toe and Heel sections improve comfort and absorb vibration
    • Traditional lace closure allows for easy adjustment of size and support
    • One size fits most

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    "Can I get this ski with a double boots bindings?"
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Marc Masino on 6/26/2018 - 5:14 pm
    "Unfortunately, this water ski will only come with one boot. We hope this information helps! "
    Answer by kinya (Peter Glenn Staff) on 6/29/2018 - 3:25 pm