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Airhead Throne II Towable

Airhead Throne II Towable
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Throne II Towable - 2 Rider

You’ll feel like a king, queen, prince or princess on AIRHEAD THRONE! Perhaps our most comfortable towables ever, the AIRHEAD Throne series are as popular as a roomy “sofa” as they are a towable! The tall reclining inflatable backrests and seats provide hours of lounging comfort and plenty of support for riders getting towed. AIRHEAD THRONE 2 is fully covered with double stitched nylon over 2 durable heavy gauge PVC bladders. A convenient Kwik-Connect allows for effortless rope attachment and detachment. You’ll appreciate the convenience of the 2 patented Speed Safety Valves, providing fast inflation and deflation with no parts to lose. 

Features

  • Heavy-Duty Full Nylon Cover with Zipper
  • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladder with RF welded seams
  • Deluxe nylon handles with neoprene knuckle guards
  • Kwik-Connect tow point for fast hook-ups
  • 2 Rider capacity
  • Speed Safety Valve
  • Inflatable Floor / Seat
  • Comfortable Sofa Design

Specifications:

Cover: Full Nylon

Max Capacity: 2 Riders

Length x Width (inflated): 67.5" x 77"

Tow Point: Kwik Connect

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