These 5 best water ski bindings are made with some of the newest and best technology available. You will find bindings made for control and for comfort for the longest rides. When looking for new water ski bindings it is important to find the one that best fits your foot and your style of skiing.
- Connelly Sidewinder Front Plate Connelly is now bringing hinge technology to water skiers of all levels. This is one of the only step in bindings available at a reasonable price. The skier can just pull the lever down and step into the water ski binding with ease. Pull the lever back up to secure. With Achilles pads to hold your heel in place, there is also no heel lift.
- Radar Vector Water Ski Binding The single 3D molded tongue on these water ski bindings eliminate hot spots and improve the fit. They have a taller cuff with soft flex, but a good support around the ankle. The narrow fit gives the water skier better response.
- Radar Strada Water Ski Binding This is one of the best selling water ski bindings. It offers the skier one of the thinner liners so they have a better response. It has an orthotic insole with a heel cup for the best support and comfort.
- HO Exo Water Ski Bindings These water ski bindings are designed after alpine ski bindings. They are made from an aluminum plate with a customized tension setting. They have a stiff cuff at the top for a tighter fit, but with a lot of ankle flex. This gives the skier the most amount of control they can get in a water ski binding.
- HO Animal Front Water Ski Binding The Animal water ski bindings are made with EVA heel and toe overlays. They are also made with arch support and insoles to stabilize the skiers heel. They lace up the rear of the boot to customize the fit and make putting it on and taking it off easy.
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