53-2030

SportsStuff Doable 4k Booster Ball

SportsStuff Doable 4k Booster Ball

Description

The SportsStuff Doable 4K Booster Ball enchances the performance and quality of inflatable, towable tubes.

Features

  • Reduces drag and acts like shock absorber, enhancing fuel economy
  • Higher visibility of tow rope in the water
  • Tow rope is less likely to get caught in water or boat wake, especially in turns
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$129.99
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$99.99
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Details

Advanced towing system - includes 4K Booster Ball and Custom Tow Rope (Overall length with Booster Ball is 60FT.)

We have developed the 4K Booster Ball, an inflatable buoy with tow rope connected to both ends, as a way of keeping the tow rope out of the water the majority of the time while towing. This enhances the overall performance of most towables & all our new DOABLES. The Booster is a hybrid towing system for more effortless towing of inflatable Doable/towables.

Key Enhancements:

  • Reduces drag and acts like shock absorber, enhancing fuel economy
  • Less stress on tube and cover
  • Great for low transom tow points
  • Reduces rope spray
  • Higher visibility of tow rope in the water
  • Tow rope is less likely to get caught in water or boat wake, especially in turns

    Features:

    • Enhances the performance of all Doables and most regular towables.
    • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladder
    • 840 Denier Full Nylon Cover with Zipper
    • Tough 2 Inch Webbing
    • Exclusive Patented Speed Safety Valve
    • 60 Foot Overall Length (including Booster Ball)
    • Double Stitching and Reinforced Stress Points
    • Self Bailing Drain Vent
    • 4k Tow Rope 4100 lb. Break Strength
    • Designed for 1 to 4 Person Towables
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SportsStuff Doable 4k Booster Ball 53-2030 Doable 4K booster ball with custom tow rope
$99.99
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