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Best Deals - Combo Water Skis
Combo Water Skis

Best Deals - Mono / Slalom Skis
Mono / Slalom Skis

Best Deals - Water Ski Packages
Water Ski Packages

Best Deals - Womens Water Skis
Womens Water Skis

Best Deals - Kids Water Skis
Kids Water Skis

Best Deals - Water Ski Gloves
Water Ski Gloves

Best Deals - Water Ski Tow Ropes
Water Ski Tow Ropes

Best Deals - Water Ski Bindings
Water Ski Bindings

Best Deals - Waterski  Tournament Polypropylene Rope
Polypropylene Rope

Best Deals - Water Ski Bags
Water Ski Bags

Best Deals - Water Ski Accessories
Water Ski Accessories

Best Deals - Waterski Tow Bridles
Tow Bridles

Best Deals - Waterski Buoyancy Aids
Buoyancy Aids

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Impact Vests

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Ski Mirrors

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Waterski Sale Bargains

Best Deals - O'Brien Water Skis

O'Brien offers a fantastic selection of great quality and very keenly priced combo waterskis for the beginner / intermediate, plus a range of slalom waterskis that can take you from your first steps on a mono ski right up to a podium placement if you so wish. O’Brien have been creating great watersports products for over 50 years and they work tirelessly to design, test, manufacture, and improve each and every product they make. They also believe in pushing the sport forward, providing the newest technology and the latest manufacturing techniques to build advanced watersports products that stand the test of time.

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Best Deals - Jobe Water Skis

Jobe are one of the largest and most successful of all recreational water sports brands. Their mission is to simply get you on the water and they are continually evolving and developing new products to make life on the water easier and more fun. Jobe produce a great range of recreational waterskis and packages that are aimed primarily at the family user. Their skis offer surprisingly good designed and visual appeal all at very low prices. Perfect for beginners and family applications, Jobe waterskis will get you out on the water and help you on your fist steps to success.

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Best Deals - Connelly Water Skis

Connelly water skis are renowned for their quality and performance. They offer a wide range of water skis from those designed just for kids to their top-of-the-line tournament series. Connelly originally began producing and selling waterskis back in 1965 from a garage in Lake City, Washington. Since then, Connelly have become one of the most respected brands in the watersport industry and their commitment to excellence continues. Many of their ski designs are on the leading-edge of watersport technology and are uniquely innovative. Some of these design features have since become industry standards. All Connelly products are skillfully crafted utilizing the best that technology has to offer and their reputation and reliability for enthusiasts and beginners alike is unrivalled.

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Best Deals - Radar Water Skis

Radar build skis with a purpose in mind. They build from the outside (shape) to the inside (materials) thinking purely about the intended user and what creates the ultimate experience for them. They believe that if they wouldn’t want to use it themselves then they won’t build it. The Radar developers and test team stand behind every single product they make because they’re used every day. Every Radar waterski is directed at customers, from the early morning skiers to the evening lake dwellers. If this is you, then Radar could be the brand for you.

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Best Deals - HO Syndicate Water Skis

Established in 1982, HO sports (originally named after the legendary Herb O'Brien) are known for their limitless imagination and continuous innovation of their products, ideas, and expertise. Their rich history of creating industry defining technologies and revolutionary gear is fueled by their passion to do what they love. They innovate so that you can elevate your game to make every single experience on the water unforgettable.

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Waterskis come in 2 main types - Slalom Skis (a single mono ski that is so called as it is designed primarily to be used on slalom courses) and Combo Skis (a pair of skis that are so called as they can be used as a combination of beginner pair or a mono ski as one ski has a single binding and the other has two bindings). Beginners should always start with a combo pair as skiing with one ski takes a lot of practice. Modern Combo skis are perfect to learn on as they are wide and forgiving with extra volume on the tips for easier deep water starts.

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Progressing from 2 skis to one is a fairly simple task but it can take time to perfect. To start with, most people will spend a few sessions deep water starting on 2 skis and then kicking one ski off when composed and up to skiing speed. This is a great way to get the feel of using one ski without needing the skill required to deep water start on just one ski. Eventually though, you will want to progress with your slalom skiing and this will mean learning to deep water start on just one ski.

Beginner's Waterskis tend to be long and wide with as much "lift" as possible, especially at the tips. Longer skis track better and are more stable in a straight line than narrow skis, and wider skis offer more volume and lift so are easier to deep water start on. Wider and longer skis also tend turn more forgivingly so are more predictable and desitrable for novice waterskiiers.

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Most Combo Water Skis vary in length from 57" - 69" inches and these dimensions are important when deciding which are the right skis for you. The golden rule is that if you are a novice and are likely to share your skis with other people (which basically covers most family / recreational skiiers) then go for longer skis.

Combo Water Ski Size Chart
Rider Weight
Rider Weight
Rider Weight
Ski Length
Up to 120
5 - 10.5
32 - 68
110 - 250
8 - 18
50 - 113

Waterski bindings are designed to hold your feet firmly to your skis and to support your ankles, but in such a way that they will "release" in the event of a tumble to prevent injury. Waterski bindings come in two basic types - boot style or squeeze heel. Boot style bindings fit your feet very snuggly and are tightened efficiently around the foot via strong nylon laces. These types of bindings can be closed toe or open toe and tend to appear just on better quality combo and slalom waterskis. Squeeze heel bindings are generally rubber and only adjust forwards and backwards to clamp around the foot. These types of bindings appear on cheaper combo skis. Squeeze heel bindings are fine on family / recreational combo pairs but they cannot hold the foot strongly enough for more advanced skiing. They are, however, very easy to adjust when treading water.

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Fins are the tracking and turning devices located on the back of the waterskis and are there to help stabilize and steer the ski. Beginner waterskis generally have fixed neutral sized fins that are often brightly coloured so that you can find an upturned ski when it is floating in the water. Slalom waterskis on the other hand often have quite complicated and fully adjustable fins so that individual prefferences can be dialed in.

Waterski ropes are usually 60-75 feet long (including the handle) and are made of a relatively stretchy rope designed to be forgiving and cushion the load on the arms as the skier loads the line and crosses the wake. Competition ski ropes are split into sections. These enable the rope to be shortenned in pre-determined lengths during slalom competitions, thus increasing the skill required to complete a slalom course.

Waterski handles are generally 12 inches wide as opposed to Wakeboarding handles which are 15 inches wide. Wakeboarding handles are wider mainly to assist with tricks that involve passing the handle behind the rider's back. It is possible to water ski using a larger 15" wakeboarding rope but it will feel quite cumbersome and could hinder progression, especially for younger skiers.

"Easy-Up" water ski handles are aimed specifically at beginners. They are like normal ski ropes but they have the addition of a large "V" section that you put the tips of the skis in to keep everything nice and stable during deep water starts.

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