AHGP-6

AIRHEAD Gang Plank

AIRHEAD Gang Plank

Description

Walk on water with the amazing AIRHEAD Gang Plank!

Features

  • D-shaped deck tube
  • 2 Inflatable stabilizer fins keep riders on board
  • Connect multiple Gang Planks with the zipper system
List Price
$199.99
Your Price
$135.96
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

Walk on water with the amazing AIRHEAD GANG PLANK! Up to 6 people can walk the plank, or better yet, relax, and play on the inflatable mat all day long. The innovative design features a zippered connection system so you can link as many together as you want, for the ultimate party on the water! Constructed of tough 30 gauge PVC with 4 grommets to tether it to the lake bottom, your boat, dock or the shore. Featuring a reversible color scheme, the regal white side or opposite royal blue side will surely match your lake house or pool. Lounge with your friends in air cushioned comfort or get wild on Gang Plank.
Dimensions 6 ft. x 10 ft. (deflated)

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AIRHEAD Gang Plank AHGP-6 Gang plank
$135.96
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