53-1313

SportsStuff Zip Ski

SportsStuff Zip Ski
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$89.99
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$66.18
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Get ready to take on the wake with the smooth riding ZIP SKI MY-T TUBE! This classic action towable is updated with a fast easy quick connect tow system. Just slip your tow rope over the Quick Connect and you're off and tubing. The ZIP SKI is fully loaded with double webbing foam handles and EVA foam knuckle guards so you can hold on tight. The ZIP SKI is easy to control in the prone and seated positions while still offering up some hot action on the whips. Take a ride with the ZIP SKI and become a MY-T TUBER this summer.

Features:
  • Heavy-Duty Partial Nylon Cover
  • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladder
  • Double Webbing Foam Handles
  • EVA Foam Knuckle Pads
  • Speed Safety Valve for fast easy inflation and deflation
  • 1 Rider Maximum Capacity- 170 LBS. (77KG)
  • Max Capacity- Aluminum Quick Connect Tow System
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SportsStuff Zip Ski 53-1313 SPORTSSTUFF ZIP SKI
$66.18
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