RADAR EXTEND DETACHABLE HANDLE
Leverage is a defining part of slalom skiing. We generally equate this to the edging power of our ski but we should not forget our attachment point to the boat. We’ve found a handle with rigid end caps to be advantageous in continuing leverage and outbound direction after wake crossings. A handle is also sturdier through the wakes when it’s not rolling around in your hand. In development, we were also able to generate more gripping room using the same bar length by moving the attachment points to the ends of the bar. The removable end-caps add versatility by giving you grip options, using the same rope and end caps. For example, you may train with a fatter handle and transition for tournament to a skinny for grip strength. New ergonomic bar shapes are also available for something different than standard round grips.
• Get More Grip Space - A traditional 13” slalom handle has 11” of gripping room due to the rope running through the dowel, eating up precious grip space at the ends of the bar. Our new design allows for a full 12” of grip room while maintaining the safety standards of competition skiing. This means that our 12” bar has more grip room than a traditional 13” handle.