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AIRHEAD Mega Rock Star

AIRHEAD Mega Rock Star

Description

The AIRHEAD Mega Rock Star features a U-Shape that allows it to effortlessly cross wakes.

Features

  • U-Shaped Towable with Center Hump
  • Six Rider Capacity
  • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladder with RF Welded Seams
List Price
$419.99
Your Price
$319.99
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Details

This towable is a real blast for 1 to 6 riders! The rocking motion adds a lot of excitement! There are so many ways to ride MEGA ROCK STAR! The sides comfortably accommodate 2 riders lying down or 4 riders kneeling. Add 2 more riders on the center "hump" and you've got a super fun 6 rider towable!

Oversized neoprene pads are strategically placed to protect knees and elbows. Fourteen nylon handles with neoprene knuckle guards ensure a great grip for all riders. Durable double-stitched 840 denier nylon cover and rugged 30 gauge K80 PVC inner bladder. The Boston valve easy inflating and deflating.

Size: 82" x 78" (deflated).

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