AHLW-2

AIRHEAD Live Wire

AIRHEAD Live Wire

Description

The AIRHEAD Live Wire comes with a variety of different riding options.

Features

  • Dual Tow Points
  • Comfortable Foam Filled Nylon Handles with Neoprene Knuckle Guards Facilitate Different Riding Positions
  • Equipped with Patented Speed Safety Valves for Fast Easy Inflating and Deflating
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$349.99
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$237.95
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Details

You can ride sitting down using the comfy backrest and large roomy cockpit, or tow it the opposite direction for a kneeling chariot style ride you'll never forget. The fun graphics make this uniquely shaped towable dressed to impress. The Kwik Connect tow point provides easy hook-ups. Heavy gauge RF welded vinyl bladder and double-stitched full nylon cover, self-bailing drain vents.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AIRHEAD Live Wire AHLW-2 Live Wire 2, 73" x 67" (deflated), 1-2 Riders
$237.95
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AIRHEAD Live Wire 3 AHLW-3 LIve Wire 3, 76" x 85" (deflated), 1-3 Riders
$271.93
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AIRHEAD Tow Ropes AHTRB-50 Tow rope for four riders, 50 foot bungee
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