AHSB-4

AIRHEAD Switchback

AIRHEAD Switchback

Description

The AIRHEAD Switchback is an exciting 4 rider towable that provides a totally different sensation riding in front or back, so it's like 2 tubes in 1.

Features

  • 2 Heavy Gauge PVC Bladders and a Rugged Double Stitched Nylon Cover to Ensure Long Service
  • Inflation and Deflation is Easy with the Two Patented Speed Safety Valves
  • Plenty of Boarding Straps for Re-Boarding from the Water
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$449.99
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Two riders sit in front with a comfortable inflatable backrest and side panels to keep them in place. The other 2 riders kneel behind them, riding chariot style.  This deluxe towable slides effortlessly across the wake. 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AIRHEAD Switchback AHSB-4 Switchback, 88" x 70" (deflated)
$318.19
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AIRHEAD Hi-Volume Bellows Action Foot Pump AHP-F1 Hi-Volume bellows action foot pump
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AIRHEAD Kwik Connect AHKC-1 Kwik connect
$7.91
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AIRHEAD Heavy Duty Tow Harness AHTH-8HD Heavy duty tow harness, 16 foot
$25.20
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AIRHEAD Tow Ropes AHTR-14BL Tow rope for four riders, 60 foot
$24.45
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AIRHEAD BOB Booster Ball AHBOB-1 BOB booster ball
$92.65
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AIRHEAD Tow Ropes AHTR-4000 Tow rope for four riders, 60 foot
$18.32
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AIRHEAD Tow Ropes AHTRB-50 Tow rope for four riders, 50 foot bungee
$32.08
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