AHEZ-100

AIRHEAD EZ Ski Trainers

AIRHEAD EZ Ski Trainers

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EZ Ski trainer puts the fun back into teaching young skiers.

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$199.99
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$132.58
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Heading for the lake but dreading the task of teaching another young skier? AIRHEAD EZ SKI to the rescue! EZ Ski is a revolutionary inflatable water ski hybrid with integrated wooden water ski trainers and ski bindings. EZ SKI is engineered for stability while towing (10 mph maximum), so your child will feel very secure. EZ SKI is the ultimate confidence builder, taking the tears, fear and frustration out of teaching new young skiers and replacing it with safety and fun! Your child will enjoy immediate success on the EZ SKI. No more fighting with diving water skis, ski skimmers, bindings, boat wakes or ropes! Children board the EZ SKI right from the swim step or stern of your boat, no swimming required. Children sit comfortably on the inflated seat for start-ups until they're ready to stand up and ski at their own pace. While your children have the time of their lives on EZ SKI, they'll actually be learning to be comfortable with the speed and sensation of water skiing and watersports in general. This awesome trainer teaches basic skiing fundamentals including proper stance, handle position, balance and weight transfer for turning.

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AIRHEAD EZ Ski Trainers AHEZ-100 EZ ski trainer
$132.58
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AIRHEAD EZ Ski Trainers AHEZ-200 EZ ski trainer, big
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