We've completely revamped our Water Ski Section at ActiveWake.com and have added tons of filtering tools and guides to help get you into the perfect Slalom Ski set-up. From ultra high-performance skis like the HO Syndicate A2 and the Radar Strada to aspiring course skier packages like the Radar Senate, or Radar P-6 - we've got a great selection for all levels of Slalom Skiing. Add in our excellent selection of water ski gloves and comp ski vests and we've got the most well-rounded ski selection out there.
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The 2013 Radar Lyric Boot is sure to please with good looks and unmatched comfort. In stock and Free Shipping at ActiveWake.com Learn More
The P-6 melds proportion and contemporary performance. As the ski with the most amount of surface area in the line, the P-6 floats down the lake with minimal rope tension to hang on to. Learn More
Having a set of combo skis in your equipment quiver is a necessity and the options can be overwhelming. With our new combo ski shape, we have taken the guesswork out of choosing your best option. Learn More
Well built and extremely comfortable at the lowest price anywhere. Brand new we are just blowing out our inventory. Learn More
The Radar X-Vest is a Coast Guard Approved piece of technological wizardry. After years of research and design the 2013 Radar X-Vest is ready to take over the watersports industry.
The Radar Deep-V Combo comes with a 15' deep v handle and 5 section mainline. Learn More
The Radar ARTP Feather Frame is built to fit any size foot. The 2014 design is the most adjustable rear toe ever made. Learn More
The Vector Water Ski Boot is our most popular Radar model for 2012. It's a great mix of comfort and top notch performance. 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
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