If you’re going barefoot skiing then you’re in for an exhilarating and high speed ride. While this is what makes it so fun, it’s also what can make it dangerous and it’s no exaggeration to say that there’s a lot to go wrong if you aren’t careful. After you’ve purchased a waterski or two, then there are many other purchases you can make that will put the emphasis on safety.
Lifevest – A lifevest is a vest that will float on water and thereby stop you from sinking under the water. Even if you’re a strong swimmer this is very important as it’s possible to fall and hit yourself on a waterski which could render you unconscious. At this point a lifevest could save your life.
Fat sacs for boats – These help to weigh the boat evenly and thereby prevent it from tipping or throwing you about wildly. There are many products you can buy that perform this purpose but fat sacs for boats are probably the safest and best option and can also be purchased in a range of sizes and shapes to fit into the bow of the boat or unusual containers.
Wetsuit – A wetsuit will keep you dry and warm which can prevent hypothermia among other serious conditions.