The 2013 Slingshot Choice Wakeboard is similar to the Response in shape and outline. The Choice is a great option for the rider that it looking for premium control and quality at a affordable price. The Choice offers great pop and flex; pair it together with the Option boot for a top-notch package for a great price. Learn More
The 2013 Slingshot Recoil + RAD Wakeboard Package brings together proven performance and innovation. Enjoy a pro model wakeboard package at a less than pro model pricetag.
The 2013 Slingshot Hooke + Verdict Wakeboard package features one-of-a-kind art from Mike Ennen. The 2013 Hooke is the ultimate in aggressive wake riding. The Hooke features a snappy and responsive 3-stage rocker for huge pop off the wake and a smooth landing on your way back from space.
The 2013 Byerly Monarch + Standard Boot Package is a great setup to keep on the boat. The versatility and blended 3-stage rocker of the Monarch make it great for any beginner or intermediate rider. The Standard open toe boot allows for a lot of different sizing options.
The 2013 Slingshot Shredtown Wakeboard with Shredtown Boots Package is back and better than ever. The Shredtown boots are bright yellow and they feature removable tie-dye liners. The Shredtown Wakeboard delivers mad-pop and unbelievable durability for rail shredding and cable riding. Learn More
The 2013 Slingshot Response + RAD Wakeboard Package is the number one set up for Global Team Rider Jeff McKee. The Response + RAD combo is perfect for riding behind the boat and hitting rails. The 2012 Response was the most popular board last year and we expect this years Response to pick up where it left off. Learn More
If you were to look up the definition of “comfort touring waterski” in the dictionary, you would see a picture of the Radar Theory 2014. If such a term did exist, this would be the foundation for that form of slaloming. The Theory is the epitome of control and comfort, but not to be mistaken for less than exceptional in acceleration and turning capability. The design is pleasantly unchanged and built around a maximum speed of 32 mph. With consistent bevel and rocker design theory (no pun intended) as our competition shape, the major difference lies in .5” additional width. The extra buoyancy aids in consistent speed and easier acceleration. This ski rocks in the slalom course or out on your own liquid playground. Learn More