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Straight Line Stealth 13" Slalom Handle With 1.06" Diameter

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Key Features

  • Reinforced nylon bushing for secure connection

  • 12-strand leader line with low stretch

  • Can be used with gloves or bare hands

  • No-flex, lightweight aluminum bar

Our Price  $74.99
Sale Price  $39.96

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Product Description
straight_line Designed for top skier Ryan Dodd, the Stealth handle is made for pure performance on the water.

Bar Integrated Bushings: Reinforced nylon bushing wraps the aluminum bar for a secure connection.
12-Strand Leader Line: 12 strands of PolyPro for a low stretch premier line.
Lash Guard: Shrink wrap coated EVA keeps the handle from destroying the outside of your hands.
Rubber Grip: Buffed rubber grip is firm enough for use with gloves or bare hands.
T6-6061 Aluminum Bar: No-flex and no-bend lightweight bar extrusion with built-in floats.
Minimal Design: Rope runs through the bushing and through the bar.

Size 13" Handle, 1.06" Diameter
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Straight Line Stealth 13" Slalom Handle With 1.06" Diameter

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Straight Line Stealth 13" Slalom Handle With 1.06" Diameter

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New handle not even

By Alan

from Florida

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      Comments about Straight Line Stealth 13" Slalom Handle With 1.06" Diameter:

      The first time I use that handle it did not feel like it was completely even so I had the guys at the ski school where I was check it and they confirmed that it is not equal. If you think about the triangle that is created with the ropes connected to the handle it should be an equilateral triangle and it was off a little bit which was noticeable while Solomon the course. I will be sending the handle back.

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