We are a group of passionate PWC enthusiasts and shredders looking to offer the parts you need to get the most out of your ski. We pride ourselves on our design, customer service, content, and love for the sport.
Our story begins with our creator, Chris Hagest.
From 1991-1997, Hagest climbed the professional ranks of racing in the PWC world. In 1996, he rode for Factory Yamaha and was invited to work within the doors of their R&D department. In 1997, he was offered a job developing PWC for Kawasaki Motor Corp. For the next 7 years, Hagest learned the Japanese discipline of testing and engineering PWC. Three of the models produced by Kawasaki that Hagest worked on have grown to be the most successful racing PWC to date. His involvement in projects like the Kawasaki 750 SXI-Pro and the Kawasaki SXR 800 ignited his serious interest in development.
In 2005, he took a job with Hydrospace in Austria to help develop the first ever 4-stroke stand up PWC. Hagest travelled to over 20 different countries meeting vendors and developing this PWC. In 6 months, the Hydrospace evolved from a drawing to the first test unit – a feat that would normally take around 2 years.
In 2007, Hagest returned to racing, now sponsored by Hydrospace. He won two national titles in the Pro class. Since its introduction, the Hydrospace is one of the most winning-est standup PWC of all time.
In 2013, Pro Watercraft was born, bringing Hagest back to his roots to fill a void in the PWC industry with a strong line of much needed handling components. With years of racing and development experience, fueling the company, Pro Watercraft quickly grew to be one of the biggest brands in the PWC industry. In 2014, Hagest created a process that allowed Pro Watercraft to produce products out of a flexible material. This new flex material vastly improved the cost and manufacturing of components while offering a nearly indestructible product.
In October 2015, Pro Watercraft unveiled its first fully developed PWC — the Pro Force. The Pro Force is the cutting edge of handling technology in the PWC market. After the success of the Pro Force, Hagest and the team at Pro Watercraft developed the Pro Force 2 – the first watercraft in history to use a mid-hull design – a technology now patented by Chris Hagest.
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