Rope Systems


HSA is the only company to produce a line of tow ropes and handles specific to tow-surfing. We continually source new materials to bring you the most advanced equipment possible. All ropes & handles are quality crafted with safety and function in mind. Please note that these tow ropes are not for heavy static pulling. These ropes were not designed for dragging your PWC on the sand on a remote beach with your truck.


A marriage of the old School and the Cushy (retired) to give you the best of both worlds and our recommended “go-to” rope.

Cost of $265.00 per rope.


The Old School (Our first tow specific rope)

Tow surfers have loved this rope for years. The “old school” is the first rope we produced specific to tow-surfing. 1 1/4″ diameter hollow core polypropylene material. All ropes float & do not absorb water. All HSA ropes incorporate a Delron thimble (PWC attachment point) to eliminate wear on polypropylene material. Protective vinyl sheath from the PWC contact point out 10 feet greatly reduces the risk of rope being sucked into an intake grate. This high quality rope is strong, light and has less drag in areas where windy conditions and high seas are common.

Cost $175.00 per rope only.

The Handles (Regular & Braided leader)

Inside diameter is considerably smaller than a water ski handle. Designed to greatly reduce the potential of an arm, leg or head entrapment. Grip is extra cushy, EVA rubber that reduces hand & finger fatigue. The braided handle is the same as 12” handle with added 5’ textured leader, so that you can tell by feel exactly when the handle is nearing you. Additionally, this allows you to change rope lengths with one rope.

Cost $87.50 & $112.50

Quick Release Assembly

Stainless steel snap shackle with 1″ tubular loop webbing attached to pull pin. Other end of tubular loop webbing is attached to the hull on the port side near the operator’s calf allows operator to deploy ANYTHING attached to quick release effortlessly and instantly. With one pull you can be separated from hazards.

Cost $100.00

To see how to install this item go to support page.