2012 Models Now Available By Special Order

Radar designed by legendary Herb O'brien and his team of experienced slalom gurus has brought ski design to a new level.

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Skis We Recommend
Used by the #1 ranked male and female slalom skiers in the world@! The Strada is the most user friendly balanced ride we have ever created. The side-to-side speed is lightning quick, allowing for more space between you and the buoy. The signature 4-stage rocker is the foundation for this platform of speed and balance. Dual bevel configuration creates a quick turning on-side and a level riding off-side. Deep channeled tip contours remove excess mass in the tip of the ski and reinforce the design. You will no doubt be impressed by the speed and balance of the Strada. Take your skiing to another level. Recommended for skiers skiing the slalom course between 30 mph to 36 mph.

Filled with the same raw energy of the Strada, the Vice is relentless in the course. Its machined Aerocore and fiberglass laminates promote resilience to varying conditions. For the skier who wants a well-performing ski but can’t shell out all that dough, the Vice gives you the same shape as the Strada, but it has a less-expensive polyurethane foam core. Although it’s a little heavier and less reactive on the waterthan its popular brother,  the ski’s stable riding characteristics and chatter-free ride are just as excellent. Recommended for skiers skiing the slalom course between 30 mph to 36 mph.


Same shape as the Strada but 5" wider. The result of additional surface area is a more buoyant ski ride with less physical pressure on the skier. A perfect blend of tip width and tail side-cut makes effortless carves and smooth acceleration a reality. The Theory's oversized sweet spot performs well in any condition the lake may throw at you. The Theory is great for the skier considering slalom course action as well as wide ride slalom division competitors looking for the ultimate shortline pull. There is also not a better 24-30 mph ski for the slalom course.

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