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Polyform Water Ski Slalom Buoys

Polyform Water Ski Slalom Buoys

Description

The Polyform Water Ski Slalom Buoys are designed to add to the S01 for use as boat path markers during watersport course competitions.

Features

  • High quality PVC construction
  • Multiple colors to mark both ski and boat courses
  • Meets official American Waterski Association specifications for record capability tournaments
List Price
$10.99
Your Price
$8.61
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Designed to compliment our S-1 Watersport Buoy, the WS-1 Slalom Buoy gives Polyform a complete watersports package offering to our customers. Made of high quality PVC and featuring a strong ropehold, this buoy is built to last for a long time. The WS-1 meets American Waterski Association specifications for record capability tournaments. Add in the S-1's for use as boat path markers and you've got the ultimate in course markers.

Features:

  • Durable ropehold
  • Size: 9 in
  • Eye Diameter: 3/8 in
  • Circumference: 28.3"
  • Buoyancy Ratings: 1.3 lbs
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Polyform Water Ski Slalom Buoys WS-1-YELLOW Water ski slalom buoy, yellow
    $8.61
    In Stock
    Polyform Water Ski Slalom Buoys WS-1-RED Water ski slalom buoy, red
    $8.61
    Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
    Polyform Water Ski Slalom Buoys WS-1-GREEN Water ski slalom buoy, green
    $8.61
    In Stock

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