Rave Water Whoosh Activity Mat

Rave Water Whoosh Activity Mat


The Rave Water Whoosh Activity Mat is quick and easy to inflate, folds up compact and is easily transported.


  • Reinforced drop-stitch construction
  • Extremely flexible and lightweight
  • Expandable for future water recreation activities
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The Water Whoosh is constructed from commercial grade, durable drop-stitch material, this water mat provides fun for all ages whether you want to relax, race, slide, or use it as a starting dock platform for skiing or wakeboarding!
Use the Water Whoosh on its own, or as an attachment to the Activity Island. Expandable for future water recreation activities, the Water Whoosh will keep the fun going all summer long!
The Water Whoosh is quick and easy to inflate, folds up compact for easy portability and storage. No need to deal with heavy foam mats that are difficult to lug around!

  • 20' x 5' x 3" inflated
  • 5 adults or 8 children (2000lbs max weight)
  • Commercial grade, reinforced drop-stitch construction
  • Extremely flexible and lightweight
  • 5' water depth required
  • 48lbs product weight
  • Can attach to Activity Island
  • 10-15 minute set-up
  • Expandable for future water recreation activities
  • Includes high pressure hand pump
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Rave Water Whoosh Activity Mat 02464 RAVE WATER WHOOSH
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