Radar Waterskis have quickly made a name for themselves over the past few years. Their research and development team work tirelessly to insure that every ski design is perfect and they even manufacture and build the higher-end Strada series in a "barn" at Radar Lake in Washington. ActiveWake.com offers the entire 2013 Radar Waterskis lineup so there is a waterski for everyone in the family.
The Radar Theory Slalom Waterski lies at the forefront of soul-skiing. The Theory gives you smooth and effortless turns along with quick holeshot acceleration. Learn More
The Radar Senate-C Slalom Waterski has the carbon advantage for 2013. The Senate-C benefits from the carbon advantage: lighter and quicker reactionary characteristics make it a superior product. Learn More
The 2013 Radar Blue Steel Tight & Right Boardshorts were designed with popping buoys in mind! The patented "Tight & Right" drawstring makes sure your boardies stay right where they need to be. 4-way stretch and a clean and classic look. Learn More
The 2013 Radar Strada Slalom Water Ski is back and improved for this year with a torsion enabling offset carbon top laminate and reduced weight at the tip. Learn More
The Radar Strada Switch Knotless 11-Section Slalom Mainline comes with tied take-off loops and is pre-stretched for ease of use. The Switch also features identification sleeves for quick setup. Learn More
Ready for big air? Skim through whips or launch off big wakes on this boisterous inflatable. The side bumpers keep 2 riders in the action while flying through space. The Astro’s wedge shape makes it a natural rider’s position and easy to climb back in the saddle after bouncing off. Sewn ladder handle makes boarding easy. Learn More
The Radar Galaxy Tube new convex tech shape boasts a 33 square foot platform with room for up to 4 riders (680 lbs.). Kids and big-kids alike will enjoy riding the suspended tri-float technology around the lake. The 130” Triangular base boasts less water tension and drag on the boat than other tubes in its size class. The lack of drag on the water makes the Galaxy tube a speed demon. Learn More