AHSL-12

AIRHEAD Slide

AIRHEAD Slide

Description

The AIRHEAD Slide provides a secure and comfortable grip with four deluxe nylon-wrapped handles and neoprene knuckle guards.

Features

  • Triangle Shape Towable
  • Double-Stitched Partial Nylon Cover
  • Boston Valve for Convenient Inflating and Deflating
List Price
$89.99
Your Price
$66.08
In Stock

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Details

Believe it or not, there is a group of young men in Indiana trying to make tubing an Olympic sport. Their favorite tube for outrageous tricks is the Slide, AIRHEAD's 1 rider, 56" (deflated) triangular tube. . The heavy-duty virgin vinyl inner tube is electronically welded. The double-stitched nylon cover has a heavy-duty internal tow harness and self-draining vent.

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$7.62
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