2022 Radar Session Women's Waterski
If you want a ski that makes deep water starts a breeze, is balanced and stable when you’re cruising, and progressively rolls on edge for continuous turns all the way down the lake, then you need a Session. This ski is designed to ride between 20 and 30 MPH in the open water and is guaranteed to leave you with a smile on your face!
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Radar's all-new Open Water series allows skis with more volume to ski at a high level with superior balance and support. It’s undeniable that surface area is your friend in skiing, it pops you out of the water with ease and it gives you the ability to float on top of the water. That surface area matched with our flat spine and the next evolution of Grip Rails has resulted in a ski that’s even easier to ride and has less drag. The all-new Sessions and Terrain will change the way you view a sheet of glass, go rip it up!
- All-Terrain Core – Most forgiving construction.
- 100% Carbon Fiber - Consistent flex every time.
- Grip Rails 2.0 – Allowing your ski to engage with ease .
||SURFACE AREA||MAX WIDTH||SUGGESTED MAX SPEED||TERRAIN||RECOMMENDED WEIGHT|
|65"||416.13 SQ"||7.76"||30 MPH||OPEN WATER||Up to 160 lbs / Up to 73 kg|
|67"||442.13SQ"||8.00”||30 MPH||OPEN WATER||130 – 190 lbs / 59 – 86 kg|
Open Water skis sport an oversized flat spot which allow the skis to auto-level. Skiers of any ability level can hop on a Session or Terrain and feel instantly at home due to its balance on the water.
The straight lines built into the Open Water series allow the ski to carve more continuously and let the ski roll on edge more naturally. This combined with our updated grip rails make for the most effortless and smooth lines you’ve ever dreamed of skiing.
Grip Rails 2.0
The evolution of our grip rails was aimed to allow the ski to engage much easier. These angled rails also force water to the center of the ski increasing lift and decreasing drag. What you’ll feel is effortless flow and ease of turning.
Open Water skis have a flat spine directly down the center of the ski. This allows water to flow cleanly down the center, reducing drag and making it possible to make endless turns without tiring out.