Radar Vapor ProBuild 67 Waterski | 2017
- KEY FEATURES: 100% Carbon laminates PMI core Textreme-Spread tow carbon laminates Hand crafted at Radar Lake Innegra-Reduced vibration Pro Comp Adjustable fin
Radar Vapor Lithium A new ski for 2016, Chris Rossi found a few changes to take his and your skiing to a whole new level. This a ski that will produce personal bests right out of the box. PRO BUILD PMI CORE Our newest construction moves what we know about ski building into the next realm. PMI is the next generation of lightweight reactive core foam. Its current application is aircraft construction based on its ability to easily shape and thermoform. In our application, PMI is lighter, more rigid (simplifying the layup) and more reactive. The latter benefit offers more feel and forgiveness, which is something PVC lacks as a core material. PMI also displayed minimal structural fatigue after longevity cycle testing compared to PVC, which eventually broke down. There is a noticeable difference between other lightweight core skis and our new ProBuild. Say goodbye to tip chatter and vibration. Textreme is the manufacturer of type of carbon weave called spread toe. The carbon is formed into a tape rather than a rope found in conventional carbon fabrics. The tape produced is much thinner and has more material packed in the same area. This construction gives better mechanical performance plus a 20% weight reduction and 20% strength gain. Rocker - new rocker line is closer to continuous without giving up the sweet spot under the front foot. The earlier rising rocker allows for a tighter turn radius while remaining stable Sidecut - The parallel sidecut is now even more parallel with .1" added to each side of the ski without making the maximum width any wider. Bevels - Radas now has one bevel running the length of the ski now. This ensures one consistent feel from tip to tail. Radar's 5-Speed rail is now only in front of the wide spot, giving a stop point for overcommitment from the skier or support when you need it. The ski is edge-to-edge concave behind the wide-spot, allowing for better roll from the ski and as sweet of an offside turn.