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When the snow melts - water skis are the best
Does it sound appealing to fly over the waves at speeds faster than 35 mph / 58 kph? Then water skiing might be the thing for you. Even though you won't start out at these crazy speeds, there's a good chance that you will be able to reach speeds in that area with some practice and within a reasonable time.
A lot has happened since the first pair of wooden planks was attached to a motorboat back in 1922. Back in between then and now, some improvements have been made in water skiing technology. For one thing, modern skis are mainly made out of composite materials like carbon fiber. Lower weight, less drag, and higher maneuverability.
When it comes to picking the right water ski, it's pretty important, since the right set of skis will result in more fun and an easier time on the water. No matter if you are buying your first slalom water ski, a set of kid's combo skis or maybe replacing your 20-year-old skis from your teen's - we got you covered.
If you are a beginner, the most important thing is to find a set of skis that are actually suitable for beginners. Otherwise, it will be very difficult to get up on the skis. It will be mentioned in the product description whether the skis are optimized for beginners, intermediates or expert water skier.
So, go have a look at our different water ski categories. If you have any questions, you are more than welcome to contact our customer service.