Radar Skis Butter Knife Women Slalom Water Ski

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Radar Skis Butter Knife Women Slalom Water Ski, , 600
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The Radar Skis Butter Knife Slalom Water Ski is the most stable platform on the market today. This ski will instill you with confidence and is easy and smooth with as little drag as possible. There was surface area added behind your feet to give you lift on deep water starts and the stability you desire when riding straight ahead. Even more stability is added with the widest point being farther up the ski than normal and when the ski gets turned on its edge it gives you an automatic turn based solely on the inside radius sidecut.

The Butter Knife has been designed with two Rocker lines. The first is down the center of the concave and the second is on the bevels so that you will get a consistent water flow in any water conditions.

Grip rails were added to the base of the Radar Skis Butter Knife to keep the ski holding in an efficient edging position.

  • Carbon/Fiberglass Laminates
  • Recommended Max Speed 30mph
  • RST (Radiused Stability Turn) Tail Shape
  • Binding Size: 7-11

Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Advanced


Construction  Aerocore Ski Width  Wide Binding Arrangement  Fixed Front-Fixed Back
What Binding is Included?  Prime ARTP Skill Range  AdvancedIntermediate-Advanced Model Year  2016
Model Number  160795 Product ID  425796   
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Q: Is there any real difference between the men's and women's version of this ski?
Asked : Apr 20, 2017
By : Chris, Chucktown, SC
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A: There are no differences in construction, only aesthetics.
Answered : Apr 21, 2017
By : Chris


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