AHTF-3

AIRHEAD Transformer 3

AIRHEAD Transformer 3

Description

The AIRHEAD Transformer 3 is built to last, with rugged double-stitched 840 denier nylon and 30 gauge vinyl bladders. 

Features

  • 2 removable inflatable cockpit bladders
  • Deluxe nylon handles with neoprene knuckle guards
  • Speed safety valve for fast inflating and deflating
List Price
$445.99
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$334.49
In Stock

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Details

AIRHEAD Transformer is 3 tubes in one! Designed for 1 to 3, ride it deck-deck-deck, cockpit-deck-cockpit or cockpit-deck-deck! The center rider lies down, deck tube style. The outside riders can choose to also ride lying on the soft comfortable pads. Simply remove the inflatable inserts and roll up the deck pads in seconds and transform it into a recumbent cockpit! Young children will especially enjoy the safety and security of cockpit mode. The inflated floors and deluxe handles with neoprene knuckle guards will help them feel safe and secure. Teens and adults normally prefer a wilder deck tube ride. The heavy duty Kwik-Connect and patented Speed Safety Valve provide quick and easy rope hook-ups, inflating and deflating. 112" x 92" (deflated size).

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AIRHEAD Transformer 3 AHTF-3 Transformer 3
$334.49
In Stock
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