AHW-1030

AIRHEAD Shred Time Wakeboards

AIRHEAD Shred Time Wakeboards

Description

The AIRHEAD Shred Time Wakeboard is a lightweight, 124cm long twin tip freeride wakeboard designed to help youth riders of all levels excel at the sport.

Features

  • Continuous Rocker is Fast and Forgiving with Smooth Pop
  • Two Removable Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon Fins Provide Excellent Tracking and Carving
  • Perfect for Youth Riders Up to 130 lbs
List Price
$199.99
Your Price
$135.98
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$135.98
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