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The Omni waterski is optimized for the skier who needs one ski to do everything. Developed for high versatility, the ski marries high performance skiing with the efficiency essential for open water skiing. The Flex-Frame provides increased torsional flex for the maneuverable feel of a traditional ski with the added speed and stability of a wide-ride ski. This allows the ski to twist and create tighter turns, while added width provides the stable platform skiers need. The Omni was designed with a Hybrid Waist Width, halfway between those typically found in traditional skis and those in wide-ride skis. This provides for smooth instinctive turns at a wide range of speeds. Clean Edge Technology reduces drag 50% by allowing water to release cleanly off the bottom of the ski. This differs from conventional edges where water wraps around the bevel, up the sidewall and releases off the upper edge creating suction. The Clean Edge bevel-less tail offered in the Omni designs, Clean Edge 3.0, produces more acceleration with less skier input. The Omni also features a SpeedSkin base, a fish-scale inspired advanced laminar textured ski base that reduces ski drag and increases ski speed by breaking up water molecules during ski to water contact. The HEX fin takes the traditional 2D waterski fin model to the next level by creating a NACA Airfoil inspired 3-dimensional fin for more lift and lower drag. Acting like an airplane wing, this surf-style fin enhances ski versatility by increasing glide speed and turning properties.
63" length: For skiers up to 110 lbs. 65" length: For skiers 110 - 150 lbs. 67" length: For skiers over 150 lbs.
The ski that can do everything
Developed for high versatility on the water
Designed to twist and create tighter turning ability
Clean Edge Technology reduces drag by 50%
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