Sky Ski Pro ST

The next step for the enthusiast who is starting to “go big” is the Pro ST model, which features the patented, proven Shock Tower.

The Shock Tower

Constructed with aircraft quality 6061 plate aluminum, the Shock Tower provides a softer landing for those who are pushing the limits of big air. It works by incorporating the use of an air/oil shock under the seat surface, allowing it to compress under load. The air pressure in the shock can be adjusted to provide more or less compression so it can be used by riders of all weight, speed and skill. This tower features a durable, silver powdercoated finish, 2“ thick seatpad with Traxx surface to keep you stuck to the seat, the Sky Ski Double locking belt, and ratcheting handles for a sure-grip when tightening the foil in.

The Board & Foil

The Pro ST offers the same foil, board & bindings as the Pro Model.

What’s the right amount of pressure for me?

The amount of air pressure for each rider is determined by his or her weight, speed and skill. These are the three factors that need to be accounted for while determining what air pressure you should use. A good basic formula is to add the three together, (determine your skill by # of feet out of he water you regularly jump the foil) that number should be your starting point for your shock pressure. (For Risse shocks add 25 lbs pressure to that number) Please note the zip-tie on the lower shaft of the shock. This is to be used as a reference as to the maximum amount of compression the Shock Tower was subjected to in your previous ride. If this zip tie is closer than ½ inch from the bottom of the shock you are in need of more air pressure, as the shock is close to bottoming out on max compression. Bottoming out the shock will significantly reduce the life of the shock. (Blown Shocks due to lack of pressure are NOT covered under warranty)
SkySki PRO/ST 2495,- EUR
SkySki Pro/ST ist bis auf den Sitz baugleich mit bem SS PRO. Der SS PRO/ST Sitz (Shock Tower) ist mit einem Stoßdämpfer gefedert und ermöglicht einen Federweg bis zu 10 cm.

Handbuch (englisch)