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Connelly Eclypse Combo Waterskis 67 w/ Front Adj/Rts Bindings

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Description: Connelly Eclypse Combo Waterskis 67 w/ Front Adj/Rts Bindings

Hit up the lake all summer long after investing in a pair of Connelly Eclypse Combo Waterskis, and a friend who owns a boat and is willing to tow. 67 inches in length, these lightweight waterskis are a versatile and smooth ride through any kind of lake conditions - choppy, smooth or glassy. Constructed using a reinforced composite material, these waterskis are built to cruise slalom. Their combo shape and durable metal fins help make deep water starts easier. And, for your comfort, soft, front adjustable neoprene bindings (OSFA size range) hold your feet exactly where you want them. With a rockerline between 9 and 14, get into a pair and get out on the water.

Key Features of the Connelly Eclypse Combo Waterskis 67 with Front Adj/Rts Bindings:
  • Reinforced composite

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Looking to buy a ski for a 6.5 tall guy weight 300 ponds what do I buy?
A shopper on Sep 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
You will want a little longer and more buoyant ski that this Eclypse. The Connelly HP 70 similar to here: http://www.the-house.com/wsco68hpswt0614zz-connelly-slalom-waterskis.html is going to be a better option.
Looking to buy combo water skis but need a full size ski for large men 6'3" 240 lbs... what size are these boots adjustable to? - use to slalmon but it's been a many years... also need something for guest or learners needing to learn to slalon - have 2 kids on starter skis now but growing fast need a bigger set - looking at these Connelly Eclypse Combo Waterskis 67 w/ Front Adj/Rts Bindings? or is there a better option i should review?
Ken B on Jun 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ken, The Connelly skis would be a great choice for family friendly ski. The large platform nose will help beginners yet the tail is tapered enough that a more advanced skier would still be able to lay into some deep carves. The boot sizing generally fits up to a size 13 shoe.