HO is proud to introduce the 2014 Superlite Collection of Cross-Over skis, constructed with the same proprietary combination of aerospace carbon fiber and superlite PVC foam core technology found on the legendary Syndicate skis, but in Cross-Over specific shapes designed for the ultimate in performance and efficiency.
The Nano OneXT is the next evolution of the world record breaking, performance-proven Nano One.
Check out Chris Rossi and Brooks Wilson, as they head up to Seattle to ride the new Vapor in the great Pacific Northwest.
Radar Waterskis has officially announced the release date and availability of the Vapor, their new flagship tournament ski. After 10 months of development, The Vapor will be available on Tuesday August 13th, coinciding with the start of the U.S. National Waterski Championships.
The days of skiing being constrained to private locations, pristine conditions, and behind select watercrafts is over. The HO Freeeride was designed to be rode virtually anywhere, anytime, behind anything, and with any style.
Men’s world slalom record-holder Chris Parrish finished last season strong by running his seventh tournament 41-off pass of the year in November, and then, in the same month, placed second at the World Cup event in Palembang, Indonesia. Listen to what he has to say about his technique and new Mapple 6.0 slalom ski.
The Connelly F1 has been dominating the water ski tournament scene for years. It is known for its smooth and predictable performance. Moderately sharp forebody bevels work in conjunction with the large sweet spot to provide a smooth, non-critical turn. There is no question that the slalom ski will get you wide and early. Clean, […]
Radar took their popular RS-1 boots one step further with the new 2010 Strada boots. With a thinner, Radar-designed, heat-formable Intuition liner, this boot is more comfortable than ever. Plus, the new custom insole cradles and supports your feet’s arches, giving you more control of your ski for optimum performance. Sizes: Men’s 8-12 MSRP: $210 […]
Connelly’s new Sidewinder bindings have one mission: to provide the intermediate-level skier with a great-fitting boot. It has a smaller heel cup for support than its predecessor, the Fastback. Boasting a softer boot overlay, a streamlined hinge system for easy entrance and exit and a neoprene toe piece, the Sidewinder is sure to deliver ultimate […]
HO is the first to develop womens-specific skis, and their new initiative begins with the Muse. The Muse shape was created to make deep water starts easy and provide an effortless ride for all ability levels at any boat speed. The Deep-V bottom design provides extra stability and a smooth ride when crossing the wake. […]