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AIRHEAD Shockwave

AIRHEAD Shockwave

Description

The AIRHEAD Shockwave is a wave of excitement for thrill seekers.

Features

  • Heavy-Duty Full Nylon Cover with Zipper
  • Deluxe Nylon Handles with Neoprene Knuckle Guards
  • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladder with RF Welded Seams
List Price
$279.99
Your Price
$190.36
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Details

 Defy centrifugal force with the bonus topside stabilizer fins. They help riders stay on the tube and provide a safer riding experience, keeping riders separated The deluxe nylon-wrapped handles with neoprene knuckle guards provide a sure and comfortable grip. SHOCKWAVE has a tough heavy gauge virgin vinyl bladder, fully covered with a durable double-stitched nylon cover. It is equipped with a heavy-duty Kwik-Connect for easy and secure hook-ups. The patented Speed Safety Valves provide ultimate inflation and deflation convenience.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AIRHEAD Shockwave AHSH-2 Shockwave inflatable rider for up to 2 riders, 70" x 67" (deflated)
$190.36
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AIRHEAD Shockwave 3 AHSH-3 Shockwave inflatable rider for up to 3 riders, 72" x 86" (deflated)
$244.73
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$46.25
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AIRHEAD High-Pressure Air Pump AHP-12HP High-pressure air pump, 12V
$52.85
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AIRHEAD Hi-Volume Bellows Action Foot Pump AHP-F1 Hi-Volume bellows action foot pump
$14.67
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AIRHEAD Air Pump AHP-120 Air pump, 120V
$29.38
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$63.14
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AIRHEAD Air Pig Pumps AHP-120AP Air pig pump, 120V
$34.51
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AIRHEAD Air Pig Pumps AHP-12AP Air pig pump, 12V
$41.12
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AIRHEAD Kwik Connect AHKC-1 Kwik connect
$7.62
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AIRHEAD Heavy Duty Tow Harness AHTH-8HD Heavy duty tow harness, 16 foot
$24.23
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AIRHEAD BOB Booster Ball AHBOB-1 BOB booster ball
$91.92
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AIRHEAD Tow Ropes AHTRB-50 Tow rope for four riders, 50 foot bungee
$30.85
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AIRHEAD Tow Ropes AHTR-60 Tow rope for two riders, 60 foot
$12.94
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