Good rope. Easy hold on the handle. Strong material. Made to float on the water. Arrives quickly. Can be as long as 75'. Handle is a nice, wide 12" length. All sections of the rope are detachable. Not slippery. Works well.
This rope does not have an attached rope keeper to keep it from getting tangled after you bring it in the boat.
Soft handles that are easy to grip. Double handle helps you keep control and balance while skiing slalom. Bright colors make it easy to spot in the water. 75' length. Comes with a rope keeper.
The double handle will provide a different feel for balance when you are getting up and during your ride. It may be more challenging for beginner skiers.
Functional. Good value. A nice rope for the cost. Includes a ski rope keeper to keep your rope from getting tied in knots. 75' length is standard for ski ropes. Soft cushion on the handle. Bright red color. Hook on keeper helps keep the rope handy.
The handle construction and attachment on this rope is not as heavy duty as others on the market. The max weight is only 225 pounds.
Handle made from aluminum to float. 16-strand rope is treated to prevent sun damage. Soft padded cover on the handle offers decent grip Handle 10" long. Floats well. Wears well. The right length at 75'. Easy to see in the water. A good value for the money.
The quality on this is not as thick or sturdy as some others available.
The line is pre-stretched to help make the rope sturdier for skiers. Handle enclosed for better control. Diamond grip helps keep the handle from being too slippery. Comes with 4 sections in order to let you adjust the length easily. Includes a rope keeper to help the rope from getting tangled or knotted in the boat.
At 70', this rope is about 5' shorter than other ropes on the market.
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