You’ve always wanted to be a rock star, now here’s your chance! Not only does this awesome 3 rider U-shaped towable glide effortlessly across the wake, it also rocks! With a slight turn of the boat, the inside wing teeters towards the wake as the outside wing rises high above the water! It also doubles as a super fun rocking swim platform.
The durable double-stitched 840 denier nylon cover and rugged 30 gauge PVC inner bladder ensure long service. The heavy duty Kwik-Connect and Boston valve provide quick and easy rope hook-ups, inflating and deflating. 81 in. x 78 in. (deflated).
|Capacity||1020 Pounds Maximum|
|Characteristics||Curved U Shape|
|Dimensions||6'9" Length x 6'6" Width|
Nylon Handles with Neoprene Knuckle Guards
Neoprene Pads to Protect Knees and Elbows
|Valve Type||Boston Valve|
|Warranty Details||90 Days|
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Comments about Airhead Mega Rock Star Tube:
I rarely comment because I feel you should own something like this for a while before providing a review. We've now had this tube for 4 seasons, trouble free (knock on wood). We spend 2 weeks at the lake, and a dozen or so trips to the river every year. So this thing has probably had 100 days and a 1,000+ miles on the water. When we got it our girls were 11 & 8, and moving from the "sit in" tubes. We wanted something safe, but flexible as we expected they'd begin to bring friends; both came true. We routinely run with 4 kids, and have had 6 kids on it at one time; with 6 kids, if you get too extreme, they can bonk-heads if someone loses their balance in a turn.Now that the girls are pretty much adult size, we rarely run with more than 4; 2 seated and 2 laying on the sides. But if we only have our girls, they have the choice to lay or sit, or if one is "done' for the day, the other can safely ride too.
Negatives: It's bulky, take a lot of room to store; probably 3 cubic feet. It transverses wakes well, and is hard to tip over (but not impossible we found out), but some of that is due to the low connect point; we had to buy one of those "football" tubes to keep the rope out of the wake in turns; every boat is different so you may not have to, but we did.
Summary: I'd buy again in a minute