SportsStuff Stunt Flyer

SportsStuff Stunt Flyer


The SportsStuff Stunt Flyer is a large flat deck tube that holds 1-2 riders in various positions.


  • Aluminum quick-connect tow point
  • Comes equipped with the speed safety valve for the fastest inflation and deflation possible
  • Double webbing foam handles with knuckle guards
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Lay down, hold on, and let the Stunt Flyer take you and a friend for a ride! This large flat deck tube for 1-2 riders has multiple Double Webbing Foam Handles with Knuckle Guards to enable various riding positions and two EVA Foam Body Pads for extra comfort. Your stunt team will fly across the water through whips and turns on this nitro-packed deck towable. Featuring an Aluminum Quick Connect Tow Point, attaching and detaching your tow rope is made fast and easy so you can maximize your time on the water. The Stunt Flyer also comes equipped with the Speed Safety Valve for the fastest inflation and deflation possible with an inflatable towable. New custom daredevil graphics on the top and bottom of this classic deck tube will keep you and a friend riding in style all summer long.


  • Classic Deck Tube Design
  • Heavy-Duty Full Nylon Cover with Zipper
  • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladder
  • Aluminum Quick Connect Tow Point
  • Speed Safety Valve
  • Double Webbing Foam Handles with Knuckle Guards
  • 2 EVA Foam Body Pads for maximum comfort
  • Custom Dare-Devil Graphics on top & bottom
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
SportsStuff Stunt Flyer 53-1651 Stunt flyer tube
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