RESULTS FOR: 'KD 3000 '
Take a moment to identify your skill level, using the descriptions below, and you’ll find it easier to determine the skis best suited to your talents. Recreational: You’re either new to the sport or you are a weekend athlete who enjoys a wide variety of water-sports, including open-water slalom runs. You like to cruise, cut, […]
KD3000The legendary Hammer design that has proven itself year after year as a tournament favorite. An intermediate ski that you will never outperform. Test Team Impressions: This ski will satisfy the recreational through advanced skiers. Solid in pre-turn through wake crossing and forgiving to various ski styles. Recommended performance level: Advanced/Tournament.AVAILABLE SIZES ANDBINDING PLACEMENT 59″ […]
Advanced Traditional RidesYou need a ski that accelerates quickly, shuts down well in the turns and holds a strong edge when crossing the wakes. You can handle a ski that is snappy in the turns and very responsive. Either skiing aggressively in the open water or in the slalom course, you're the real deal.Connelly Course […]
?In 2001, water-ski manufacturers have crossed the boundary between user-friendly and high performance.? To us, it encompasses everything from the basics of a deepwater start to the complex techniques of short-line slalom. We asked water-ski manufacturers to send us their definition in the form of their line-up of 2001 mid-level skis. Sixteen different skis from […]
Level: Sport/PerformanceLengths (in.): 59, 62, 64, 66Price range: $329-$419 Test notes: Intermediate tester said the KD 3000 was very forgiving at 15 off at 30 mph. Advanced tester rated the ski with good marks in ski stability, edge change and maintaining angle at the second wake. Sport: Perfect for the up and comer who has […]