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SportsStuff Chariot Warbird 3

SportsStuff Chariot Warbird 3

Description

The SportsStuff Chariot Warbird 3 is an advanced towable water craft.

Features

  • Aluminum quick-connect tow system
  • Heavy-duty full nylon cover with zipper
  • High visibility custom graphics
List Price
$559.99
Your Price
$380.74
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Prepare for the most advanced action towables in history with the new CHARIOT WARBIRD series from SPORTSSTUFF. Their wide wingspans allow you to challenge even the toughest wake, while remaining some of the most stable rides on the water as their high backrests and multiple handles keep you in place. With a simple switch of the innovative dual tow points the CHARIOT WARBIRDS can be towed in the opposite direction, transforming them into a completely different ride. With the addition of the lounge canopy (sold separately) the CHARIOT WARBIRD changes into a shaded, floating lounge. No matter if you are in the mood for action or relaxation, the CHARIOT WARBIRDS have it all!

Features:


  • High Visibility Custom Graphics
  • Heavy-Duty Full Nylon Cover with Zipper
  • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladders
  • High-Back Recumbent Seating
  • Aluminum Quick Connect Tow System
  • Front and Rear Tow Points for Multiple Riding Positions
  • Wide Wing Span Construction Allows for Tight Turns and Stability on the Whips
  • Double Webbing Foam Handles
  • EVA Foam Knee and Knuckle Guards
  • Speed Safety Valve for Fast Inflation and Deflation
  • Self Bailing Drain Vents
  • 510 LBS. (231 KG) Maximum Weight Capacity
  • Inflated Height: 31in
  • Inflated Length: 79in
  • Inflated Width: 110in
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$380.74
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