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Sea Gliders Retro Slalom Waterski (Men's)

Sea Gliders Retro Slalom Waterski (Men's) -

    Product Details    

    Style: SG-SKI-RETRO 17

    Step your game up with the Sea Gliders Retro Slalom Waterski. This versatile ski lets beginners progress to becoming intermediates, and intermediate skiers become advanced, thanks to a wider design that mirrors the agility and response of traditional slalom skis, but with less drag and easier starts. Add in the Concave Tunnel base, which makes switching from edge to edge easier and improves tracking, and you'll be skiing like a pro next time you hit the water.

    KEY FEATURES
    • Concave Tunnel base ensures quick edge to edge transfers
    • Includes Bindings
    SPECS
    • Compression Molded Fiberglass construction offers durability and consistent performance
    • A Polyurethane Core ensures durability and a smoother ride
    • Aluminum Fin adds stability
    • Nylon bindings feature fiberglass reinforcements for improved support and response
    • Foam and PVC touchpoints add cushion and comfort

    Questions and Answers

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    Q:
    "What is the recommended weight range for this ski? What is the recommended mph range for this ski? What is size range of this ski's bindings?"
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Pat on 4/20/2021 - 12:27 pm
    A:
    "The recommended weight range for these ski's are 200lbs or less. 28-30 MPH / 46-49 KMH: 99 - 129 Lbs; 30-32 MPH / 40-52 KMH: 119 - 140 Lbs; 32-24 MPH / 55-58 KMH: 140 - 160 Lbs and 34-36 MPH / 55-58 KMH: 160 - 180 Lbs. The sizes range from 66" to 69". We hope this information helps! "
    Answer by Rachel (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/21/2021 - 3:27 pm
    Q:
    "Can I buy this waterski without the biddings assembled?"
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Todd on 9/1/2021 - 6:07 pm
    A:
    "No, unfortunately the bindings come assembled already. I hope this information helps. "
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/3/2021 - 4:20 pm