- Built-in strapping locations give you the ability to strap down your jetski, minimizing the damages that straps alone can do.
- The use of a cam strap in the lower hem allows for tighter fitment and creates a genuinely trailerable cover that won’t budge at highway speeds.
- A soft inner fabric creates a buffer between your investment, and the world around it, protecting it from rock chips, scratching and rubbing damage.
With the jetski industry growing and changing rapidly, cover technology has remained much the same as it has been in the last 30 years. We decided that it was time for a change!
We have modernized the standard jet ski cover, addressing the below issues, and allowing those who ride aftermarket hull designs to adequately protect their skis for the first time.
The material that we use to make our covers has years of technology in it. The vinyl-coated polyester topside provides maximum UV defense, heat reduction (tested to have a temperature reduction of 25 degrees Fahrenheit), and heat reflection.
While the warp-knit polyester underside provides and abrasion-resistant surface, making it safe to use on critical painted surfaces, delicate objects and sensitive gel coats.
- Ideally suited for marine environments, the material is water-resistant and mildew repellent. All of these excellent features make it the perfect material to keep your jet ski safe!
We were also able to address some of the most common problems with stand up jet skis and the use of a cover. Most aftermarket hull designs don’t have a bow eye or stern eye to tie down your ski. This can cause a number of problems when addressing the ability to trailer or haul your ski to the water, I.e., Straps rubbing on your gel coat, graphics, tray sides, and turf.
The current market standard cover is also typically made of a Cordura canvas material, which is textured. When this material is strapped down to a ski, it can scratch the gel coats and graphics. The standard cover also has a stretchy band, called a shock cord, hemmed into the bottom. This can expand during transport, allowing air to fill the cavity between the cover and the ski. This can also cause scratching and damages, but more importantly, the cover is no longer performing for its intended use at this point.
All of these components work together to make our covers more than just a storage cover. With the H2O Industries covers, you can effectively trailer your ski using the cover's built-in tie-down locations, trusting in our innovative advancements in the cover industry, knowing that your ski is safely secured and covered while in transport!
Our covers are 100% Made In The USA, with high-quality materials and craftsmanship, a 7-year limited fabric warranty, and a 5-year limited workmanship warranty*.
Measurements for Sizing and Fitment of any AfterMarket Hull Designs
You will need to measure your handle pole length. When measuring the handle pole, there are various items that you need to be aware of:
- Measurements will be taken from the center of your steering pivot bolt, to the center of your pole bracket bolt.
- These measurements work well when using a straight bar steering, if your steering bars are not a straight bar, you must take into account how far off-center the bar ends are.
- The thickness of your shock pad can raise your handle pole height and affect your cover's fitment.