AHSL-4W

AIRHEAD Slice Inflatable Tubes

AIRHEAD Slice Inflatable Tubes

Description

The AIRHEAD Slice Inflatable tubes are equipped with a super-convenient Kwik-Connect for easy hook-ups and a Boston valve for fast inflating and deflating.

Features

  • Easy and fast inflating and deflating
  • Topside neoprene panel
  • Convenient hook-up
List Price
$149.99
Your Price
$110.31
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Details

You'll really slice up the water with this low profile towable! Peak performance is guaranteed with SLICE's topside neoprene panel, 4 nylon-wrapped handles and neoprene knuckle guards. The durable 30-gauge virgin PVC bladder is fully encased by a double-stitched nylon cover with a reinforced internal tow harness. SLICE is equipped with a Kwik-Connect tow point for easy hook-ups and a Boston valve for fast inflating and deflating.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AIRHEAD Slice Inflatable Tubes AHSL-4W Slice inflatable tube
$110.31
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