Connelly V Slalom Waterski With Double Shadow Bindings
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Connelly V Slalom Waterski With Double Shadow Bindings

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Item No. 308655
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The best 34 mph ski available. The Connelly V innovative tunnel has 6 V-shaped steps that prove far superior to any other design. These steps grace the edge-to-edge tunnel which reduces drag and helps speed with less wetted surface area. The result is a smooth, quiet riding slalom ski that is freer in turns and fast-reacting. The narrow tail of the V slalom ski sits deeper in the water to create a symmetric turn with less bounce across the wake. CAPT construction with fiberglass wrap, carbon-reinforced design, closed-cell polyurethane resin core, and hand-tuned Acrylam base. Profile Tech top. Viper Fin System with foil. V 65: For skiers under 160 lbs. V 67: For 160-200 lb. skiers. V 69: For skiers over 200 lbs.

Connelly's Shadow binding redefines fit and performance. Molded toe rubbers and heel wraps provide unmatched fit and comfort. Supportive outer boot set on a super lightweight plate design is responsive for turns through the course and on the open water. Independent dual lace zones let you customize the fit over the top of your foot and around your ankle. Sizes: S(4-7), M(7-9), L(9-11), XL(12-14).
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  • Innovative tunnel with 6 V-shaped steps
  • Designed to reduce drag and increase speed
  • Smooth, quiet slalom ski
  • Ski's narrow tail sits deep for symmetric turns
  • Viper fin system with foil
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    Currently running a Sweetwater Tri-Toon with a 200HP Engine.  With the all the family on board we are running about 27-28 MPH.  Is this going to be under powered to pull out a 200lb skier?

    Asked by: Yeti Man
    I think it’s going to be difficult to pull a 200 lb skiers on a slalom ski behind a pontoon boat. I don’t have enough experience with those boats to say definitively, but I think it would be a challenge.
    Answered by: Isaac
    Date published: 2017-06-15

    Hi, Concerning the Connelly V Slalom vs the Carbon V Slalom. Which ski is less bouncy across the wake and in general? I have two knee implants so this is extremely important for my knees and the deciding factor as to which one I buy. Thank you!

    Asked by: Beth
    The V is going to be more forgiving than the Carbon V when it comes to crossing the wake. The Carbon V would be the quicker ski, but the carbon layup makes the ski much stiffer, which you would feel across the wake.
    Answered by: Isaac
    Date published: 2017-02-27
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