AHGR-02

Airhead Griffin II Towable

Airhead Griffin II Towable
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$249.99
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$169.95
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Griffin II Towable - 2 Rider

Take flight on our newest winged tube! The griffin is a legendary creature with the body of an agile lion and the head and wings of a soaring eagle. It’s no surprise that this aerodynamic creation can maneuver with agility and speed. Swing and swoop about the seas on the Griffin’s wings! Riders will roll up on the edges through turns and with shifts in weight. The wings also make them a joy to tow, as they slide effortlessly across wakes. Boarding straps in the back to make it easy to climb on board from the water. The deluxe, double-webbing handles have EVA knuckle guards for extra comfort. Oversized EVA pads are strategically located to protect rider’s knees. The durable 30-gauge RF welded PVC bladder is completely wrapped in double-stitched 840-denier nylon. A heavy-duty Kwik-Connect provides easy hook-ups and the Speed Safety Valve makes it easy and fast to deflate and inflate.

Features

  • Aerodynamic Winged Construction
  • Deluxe double-webbing handles with EVA knuckle guards 
  • Oversized EVA pads 
  • Durable 30-gauge RF welded PVC bladder
  • Double-stitched 840-denier nylon cover
  • Heavy-duty Kwik-Connect
  • Patented Speed Safety Valve
  • Rear Boarding straps 

Specification

  • Cover: Full Nylon
  • Max Capacity: 2 Riders
  • Length x Width (deflated): 70" x 69"
  • Tow Point: Kwik Connect
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