EZ SKI 3000 Trainer, 47"L, for riders up to 70 lbs.
Teaches basic skiing fundamentals
Improved balance and weight transfer for turning
Double ended rope gives control you on the boat
Built-in wood ski trainer with bindings attached
EZ SKI 3000: 47"L; for riders up to 70 lbs.
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Product DescriptionEZ SKI takes the fear and frustration out of teaching young skiers and replaces it with fun! The ultimate confidence builder, this awesome trainer teaches basic skiing fundamentals, including proper stance, handle position, improved balance, and weight transfer for turning. Your child boards the EZ SKI right from the swim step of your boat. The boat observer holds the handle from one end of the 40' rope and the child holds the single handle attached to the EZ SKI. If the child falls, the observer simply lets go of the handle and the EZ SKI stays with the child. Inflatable seat allows the child to start from a dry out-of-the-water seated position. The EZ SKI is the only combo inflatable trainer to include a built-in wood ski trainer with bindings attached. 47" long. Intended for riders up to 70 lbs.
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Q:What is the smallest to biggest that can use thisAsked on 8/16/2010 by Anonymous
A:Weight limit is 60lbs and for minimum it would be someone big enough to sit or stand on the float.Answered on 7/13/2011 by Dale from Enterprise, Al
A:Actually, for this EZ Ski Trainer the weight limit is 70 pounds. There is also the larger one for up to 120 pounds.Answered on 9/9/2011 by Anonymous2 from Newport Beach, CA
A:Actually the weight limit on the EZ Ski 300 is 70 pounds.Answered on 8/3/2012 by newbie from CA
Q:Can you remove the wooden ski skimmer from the trainer and use without the inflatable?Asked on 7/16/2010 by Anonymous
A:This is not removable without permanently damaging the canvas cover.Answered on 6/23/2011 by Boat'n for fun from Merriam, KS
Q:Our grandson is almost 6 and about 45 inches tall. Is this
for younger, smaller childresnAsked on 7/9/2010 by Anonymous
A:It is made for riders up to 60 lbs. I think they do also now make another version for riders up to 120 lbs.Answered on 6/23/2011 by Boat'n for fun from Merriam, ks
Q:Is the whole thing in flatable or just the seat?Asked on 5/9/2010 by DAB from Overland Park, KS
A:The buttom is hard just like skis. The top and seat are inflatable.Answered on 6/7/2010 by Jer from Dayton, OH
A:sides and seat are inflatable.......Answered on 6/14/2010 by Dad from Windermere, FL
A:The seat inflates to approx. 14-16" high, the sides to approx. 4" high, the front nose to approx. 6-8" high.Answered on 6/17/2010 by Austin P. from Lake Lure, NC
A:The sides, front and seat are inflatable. But the bottom is a solid sled, all covered in fabric. (Standing on something solid, rather than something inflatable). Had the same concern, and was delighted that it is a solid piece of material.Answered on 6/17/2010 by Keith in Huntsville from Huntsville, AL
Q:What is the storage size?Asked on 12/7/2009 by Anonymous
A:It is fully inflatable, so when you let the air out and fold it up for storage it would not be very big at all.Answered on 12/30/2009 by Bryant from Tech
Q:Who is the manufacturer of this product?Asked on 10/18/2009 by Anonymous
A:This item is made by CREATIVE WATER SPORTS INC.Answered on 10/21/2009 by Chad @ Overton's from Greenville, NC
Q:Does the board have brackets so that you can use the board by itself without using the inflatable part?Asked on 7/11/2009 by Anonymous
A:No, the EZ SKI Trainer does not have brackets or other means to use the wood ski by itself. The tow rope and skier rope cannot be attached to the wood ski. The wood ski is not intended to be removed from the cover.Answered on 7/14/2009 by Creative Water Sports from Overtons
A:No, it is all one piece.Answered on 7/21/2009 by Steve from San Ramon, CA
A:simply unzip the inflatable, unscrew the boots from the inflatable, remove the board, and re-attach the boots to the board.Answered on 8/31/2009 by Ryan's dad from Earleton, Fl.
Q:How fast did you pull the kids on the EZ SKI Trainer?Asked on 6/7/2009 by Jayson from Mason City, IA
A:Our daughter is about 38 lbs. We literally were pulling her at idle speeds, barely in gear.Answered on 6/15/2009 by BKH from California
A:Jayson: About 15mph on fairly smooth water.
I was just in Mason City, IA. My family is from there. They boat on Clearlake. All the best.Answered on 6/30/2009 by Lake Mead Mike from Lake Mead, NV
A:20 mph is nomaly goodAnswered on 7/7/2009 by tman697 from pittsburgh
A:We pulled our son who is about 30lbs at 7-8 mph and our neice who is almost 60lbs around 10-12 mph.Answered on 7/8/2009 by Montana H2O Skier from Bozeman, MT
A:10 to 15 mph, no faster then 20 mph.Answered on 6/23/2009 by Rob from Woodland, CA
A:20 miles an hourAnswered on 6/30/2009 by Jack Cox from Lake Tulloch - Copperopolis - California
A:10 miles per hourAnswered on 7/6/2009 by GlennBo from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Q:My daughters have never skiied. They are 7 & 8 and weigh 50#
Is this for younger and lighter skiiers?Asked on 6/1/2009 by JT from Chicago
A:This trainer ski is designed for riders up to 60 lbs. so it will be good fit for your daughters. The kids in the photos weigh approximately 45 lbs. and are about 3.5 to 4 feet tall if you want to use that for reference.Answered on 6/2/2009 by Michael from Overtons