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Radar Delirium? Wakeboard for the skier?


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Just saw the Radar Delirium. Related to the Satori, but a bit wider and shorter. Almost looks like a directional wakeboard for skiers. I realize that many slalom dudes cringe at the thought of something like this, but this sort of stuff is important for the future of skiing and the kids--at least to my kids.
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Delirium, or acute confusional state, is a syndrome that presents as severe confusion and disorientation, developing with relatively rapid onset and fluctuating in intensity. It is a syndrome which occurs more frequently in people in their later years. Delirium represents an organically caused decline from a previously attained baseline level of cognitive function. It is typified by fluctuating course, attentional deficits and generalized severe disorganization of behavior. It typically involves other cognitive deficits, changes in arousal (hyperactive, hypoactive, or mixed), perceptual deficits, altered sleep-wake cycle, and psychotic features such as hallucinations and delusions. Delirium itself is not a disease, but rather a clinical syndrome (a set of symptoms), which result from an underlying disease, from medications administered during treatment of that disease in a critical phase, from a new problem with mentation or from varying combinations of two or more of these factors.
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I just googled it...

http://cdn2.bigcommerce.com/server1500/81ff5/products/1058/images/2112/2014_RADAR_DELIRIUM_TOP__86207.1381273702.1280.1280.jpg

New for 2014, the Radar Delirium features:

Free Style/wake and carve

Tru-Flex

Paulownia Wood Core

Tapered Design

Suggested Speed: 24 to 27 mph

 

 

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full wood core means springy flex. 63" long. Really wide under the boots. Flat bottom. Clearly made for pop off the wake. Probably easier to do inverted tricks. Probably hard NOT to jump the wakes.
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