52-1501

SportsStuff Trek-N-Tube

SportsStuff Trek-N-Tube
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$104.99
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$74.26
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Kick back and relax in style with the Sportsstuff Trek-N-Tube lounge. The Trek-N-Tube includes its very own travel backpack making it portable to the pool, lake, or river. Take a seat and experience relaxation with the Trek-N-Tube's many features including cool comfort mesh seating, 2 built-in 6 pack coolers for your favorite refreshing beverages, and 2 gear pockets for your sun tan lotion and other necessities. The Trek-N-Tube is loaded and ready to explore.

Features:

  • Heavy-Duty Full Nylon Cover
  • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladder
  • High Backrest Seating
  • 2 Built-In 6 Pack Zippered Coolers
  • 2 Built-In Cup Holders
  • 2 Gear Pockets
  • Cool and Relaxing Comfort Mesh Seating
  • Tote Handles for Easy Portability
  • Travel Backpack for Easy Portability
  • Designed for Lake, River Tubing, and Pool Lounging
  • Speed Safety Valve for Fast Inflation and Deflation
  • 200 LBS. (90 KG) Max Capacity
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SportsStuff Trek-N-Tube 52-1501 SPORTSSTUFF TREK-N-TUBE
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