Connelly 2022 Sync Rear Waterski Boot
Dual Lace Eyelet
A tooth for your lace to go through or quickly wrap around.
Auto Sizing Tongue
A deeper stitch point in the liner that adapts to a wide variety of foot shapes.
Connelly invented Achilles pads for increased fit and comfort around the ankle. These fill the space under your ankles and up the back of your leg for more response and less heel lift.
Connelly's dual durometer EVA Cush Liners are firm in key areas for support and longevity and soft around pressure points for lasting comfort.
The ergonomic heel pocket cups more of your heel bone, drastically reducing lift. Less heel movement means more response to your ski.
Connelly's Exolast frame is the key connection between the upper boot and the Dual Plate system. It supplies support, transfers power to the plates, and allows the whole design to flex with your ski.
Free Flex Dual Plates
Single metal baseplates create a dead spot, limiting the intended flex pattern of the ski. The Sync Dual Plate is designed to allow your ski to move the way it's supposed to.
Seamless construction reduces the number of stitched connections in the upper boot, allowing more energy transfer to the ski.
When you attach a solid metal base plate to a ski that is designed to flex, you're limiting those flex properties before even getting in the water. Connelly's Free Flex Connection has eradicated that restriction by using a Dual Plate design and Exolast support system. The seamless outer shell and removable liner are cinched around your foot using upper and lower laces that pull your foot back into the ergonomically-shaped heel pocket. This creates the most efficient connection between you and your ski.
|Waterski Boot Construction||Closed Toe|
|Waterski Boot Flex||Stiff|