Connelly Shortline 67" Slalom Waterski

Connelly Shortline 67" Slalom Waterski -

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    Style: 61125042

    The Connelly Shortline Slalom Waterski has the Connelly Tracking System to give you better stability and performance. Reinforcement rods are used to stiffen the ski giving you quicker response and a more agile slalom performance. With extra surface area to help in deep water starts and a shape that assists in the turns, the Shortline Ski will make sure you’ll have a blast.

    • Construction: Reinforced composite
    • Front adjustable Velcro binding for good fit
    • Size: 67” / 170cm
    • Fin: Aluminum drop through

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    "can you please tell me what length of ski would be best for me? 6 ft. 4 inches 185-200 lbs? what at the differences in a shorter ski vs. a longer one? just trying to buy the right one..."
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    Question by kevin on 6/19/2013 - 2:03 pm
    "Typically the more advanced you are, the shorter length ski you should ride. Shorter skis go faster and preform with better accuracy than a longer ski does. Longer skis are easier to use and get up on. I would recommend a 68" or 69" for you. You can go to a 67" if you are more of an intermediate. "
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 6/19/2013 - 2:22 pm