The OMNI waterski is optimized for the skier who needs one ski to do everything. Developed for high versatility with added responsiveness, the Carbon OMNI marries high performance aggressive skiing with the efficiency essential for open water skiing.
Shape: The Omni was designed with a Hybrid Waist Width, halfway between those typically found in traditional skis and those in wideride skis. This provides for smooth instinctive turns at a wide range of speeds. For 2022 it’s also offered in a Wide Edition, providing additional lift for easier getups and stable turns.
The Omni’s Continuous Rockerline executes intuitive turns with no paralleling while the Clean Edge Technology tail reduces drag 50% by allowing water to release cleanly off the bottom of the ski. This differs from conventional edges where water wraps around the bevel, up the sidewall and releases off the upper edge creating suction. The Clean Edge bevel-less tail offered in the Omni designs, Clean Edge 3.0, produces more acceleration with less skier input. In addition, we’ve enhanced stability by maintaining more bevel between the rear foot and fin. The result is a fast moving highly efficient ski with the handling required for tight line turns.
Construction: The Carbon Omni is built utilizing Carbon Laminates, for increased stiffness delivering maximum acceleration. A traditional Polyurethane core creates a stable and damp feel, optimized to perform in variable water chop. It’s also longitudinally stiffer for the more aggressive skier who demands more horsepower and increased response in pursuit of throwing the biggest water walls.
Instinctive turns with no paralleling
SYNDICATE ADJUSTABLE FIN
A simple, minimal and functional design utilizing a single 5-32 hex key for micro-adjustment and fin blade clamping
A waist width halfway between a traditional ski and a wideride ski provides for smooth instinctive turns at a wide range of speeds
Added stability in turn balanced by low drag Clean Edge tail
CLEAN EDGE 3.0 TAIL
The Clean Edge bevel-less tail produces less drag and more acceleration with less skier input.
More tip to tail stiffness for greater acceleration and enhanced performance and higher speeds. Longitudinally stiffer for the more aggressive skier who demands more horsepower and increased response in pursuit of throwing the biggest water walls