RADAR WOMEN'S SESSION WITH LYRIC BINDING 2022

Designer: RADAR

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You don't need a peg leg and a parrot on your shoulder to own the seven seas. The Radar Session Slalom Ski + Prime & ARTP Bindings are engineered with more volume and greater stability to help you bring your A-game to open water skiing. By combining a huge surface area with their flat spine and updated Grip Rails, Radar created a ski that’s easier to ride, has less drag, and stays more composed in rough water. Yo ho-ho me hearties!

Product Details

Material

100% Carbon FIber  Consistent flex every time.

All-Terrain Core  Radar's most forgiving construction. A polyurethane core with paulownia wood stringers allows the ski to cross wakes with ease and initiate turns automatically.

Shape

Flat Spot  The flat spot is your balance point. By creating this point right at the toes of your front foot, you have a balanced place to stand at every turn. This balance allows you to stand with confidence and makes symmetrical turns on both sides of the course.

Straight Lines  The straight lines built into the Open Water series allow the ski to carve more continuously and let the ski roll on edge more naturally. This combined with updated grip rails make for the most effortless and smooth lines you’ve ever dreamed of skiing.

Grip Rails 2.0  The evolution of Radar's grip rails was aimed to allow the ski to engage much easier. These angled rails also force water to the center of the ski increasing lift and decreasing drag. What you’ll feel is effortless flow and ease of turning

Level Spine  Open Water skis have a flat spine directly down the center of the ski. This allows water to flow cleanly down the center, reducing drag and making it possible to make endless turns without tiring out.

Tail Rocker

Bindings

Includes Prime & ARTP Bindings

Additional Features

Speed Range  20-30 mph / 34-49 kph

Specs

  • Core Material:Polyurethane, Wood
  • Ability Level:Intermediate - Advanced