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Rave Mega Mambo Towable

Rave Mega Mambo Towable

Description

The Rave Mega Mambo Towable provides excellent stability in all water conditions and enables riders to stay on the tube even on the fastest turns and biggest waves.

Features

  • Swept wing style deck tube
  • Durable UV-stabilized nylon cover
  • Twin rear boarding straps
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$329.99
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If you think you've already been on the wildest tube ride of your life, then you haven't tried the Mega Mambo. Take your tubing experience to the EXTREME!

We've increased the size from our traditional Mambo to make the Mega Mambo a flying machine, comfortably fitting up to 4 riders. This tube is sleek, fast, and quick to plane as well as easily towed by all watercraft. An oversized anti-chafe guard is ergonomically positioned for maximum elbow protection. The swept wing design provides excellent stability in all water conditions and enables riders to stay on the tube even on the fastest turns and biggest waves. With the twin rear boarding straps you'll be back on and riding in no time. If you're a seasoned towable rider and extreme enthusiast, the Mega Mambo boat towable won't disappoint!

Features:

  • 4 rider
  • 680lbs max rider weight
  • 72" x 98" x 20" (183cm x 249cm x 51cm) inflated
  • 74" x 102" (188cm x 259cm) deflated
  • Swept wing style deck tube
  • Durable UV-stabilized Nylon cover
  • Heavy duty PVC bladder
  • Twin rear boarding straps
  • Oversized anti-chafe guard
  • 8 foam-filled handles with EVA knuckle guards
  • Quick connect tow point
  • Limited 1 year warranty
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Rave Mega Mambo Towable 02367 Mega mambo towable for 4 riders
$299.99
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