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How many times have you woken up on a Monday morning after a weekend on the water, only to feel like youve spent a session in a boxing ring? It’s easy to see why when you look at today’s complex water ski designs and subsequent physical impact on your body.
According to Water Ski Mag (2012), ankle injuries are the most common water ski injury due to the fixed position of the boot. After two serious ankle injuries in our family we started riding freeboards more than normal water skies. Over time we started riding wider freeboard’s to lessen the strain on our bodies. A ‘Ridiculous Water Ski’ with its boot-free design, allows total foot rotation lessoning the risk of ankle injury and overall strain on the joints.
Its custom, simple design is very easy to ride – even for beginner water-skiers …. This is due to its flat bottom and construction from premium AA Grade Australian Marine Ply: these two features help to reduce drag in the water and create a simple, light ski that is easy to use and easy on the body
• Ideal for skiing behind Jetskis due to less drag and pull.
• Ideal for beginners as much easier than traditional doubles to learn on.
• This one ski can accommodate everyone from the starter skier to the experienced wanting to barefoot or do tricks.
Come and try before you buy!
We are located at 15-17 King Street, Somerset Dam in the old 'Top Shop'.
We are more than happy for you to sign out a loaner board and see for yourself how great these skis are. You will be impressed!
Three sizes are available for sale, either in the timber-look or laminate:
Step-Off Freeboard (240mm)- timber $295 / laminate $355
Original Ridiculous (290mm)- timber $325 / laminate $385
Extremely Ridiculous (340mm)- timber $355 / laminate $415
*Custom-made skis available upon request.
Wayne (46, Male, Ridiculous Water Skis’ Designer):
“After 40 years and numerous water-skiing injuries from both social and competitive skiing, I had to either give up or find something new t