1. 2014 Syndicate Course Collection


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    Performance achieved via Automatic Angle Design The secret to unlocking the slalom course puzzle is creating and maintaining ski angle. Ask any of the great champions of our sport, from Bob and Kris LaPoint, to Wade Cox to Will Asher and they will tell you the name of the slalom course game is angle. You create and maintain angle and a lot of other things fall into place. The LaPoints created angle with an unmatched power the water ski world has not seen since. Cox blew our minds with his all-out attack of ski angle via lower body compression and drive. Asher has perfected the technical science of angle creation and helped the Syndicate design team develop our game-changing combination of ski features known as Automatic Angle design. Automatic Angle design is a combination of a balanced ski width profile and increased bevel angle which allows the ski to automatically seek and maintain ski angle without the traditional aggressive skier lean. The angle of the bevel is actually steeper than a traditional ski which allows the ski to roll onto a high edge angle resulting in a quicker change of direction and increased angle in the slalom course. By achieving ski angle without aggressive skier lean, skiers reap the benefits of being wide and early for the next buoy without the consequences imposed by modern speed control systems due to heavy rope load. Ride the future, ride Syndicate Course skis with Automatic Angle design.

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    • 2013 Syndicate S2


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      Will Asher, Jon Travers and Marcus Brown ski 36mph. The LaPoint's, Greg Badal and Nowlan ski 34mph. But they all like winning tournaments. Designed for the fast, low drag ride that Big Dawgs covet, the S2 has a quicker turn shape than the A2 while still maintaining the stability Syndicate skis are known for. Speed is created by a combination of Step Concave technology and all new Low Taper Shape. Step Concave technology introduces micro steps running down the concave surface on the bottom of the ski. These micro steps free the water molecules that adhere to the wetted surfaces of a traditional ski and give the S2 the low drag, fast ride skiers dream of. The second ingredient is the all new Low Taper shape. Traditional water skis have a large amount of taper from the wide point of the ski towards a narrow tail. The S2 has a Low Taper shape that narrows at a much slower rate thereby increasing the amount of surface area in the back half of the ski. As a result when a skier makes an aggressive turn and a traditional ski stops, loses it forward momentum, and gets stuck ‘in a hole” before accelerating the S2 has the surface area to support aggressive turn and keep driving the ski forward for instant acceleration. Less stop and go skiing, and a more efficient line is achieved on the all new S2.

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