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SOLSTICEGiant Swan 1-Person Towable Tube

$48.55

75% Off - 

Original $199.99 Price Details

Limited availability.
Model # 18204867 | Mfg # 22001UPC # 723815220011

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Total Price: $68.54

Specs

Giant Swan 1-Person Towable Tube

Name Value
Capacity 250 Pounds Maximum
Compatibility Tow Attachment
Characteristics Inflatable
4 Towing Points
Features Comfortable Sofa Design
Deluxe Nylon Handles With Neoprene Knuckle Guards
Material Heavy-Gauge PVC
Type Sit-Inside
Valve Type Boston
Warranty Details One Year

Product Overview

No ugly duckling here, the hottest pool float over the past few summers is now available as a towable tube.

Of late, Giant Swans have been making the rounds of A-list celebrities when they want to cool off in their pools in style. Now you can grace your favorite lake with the same look, only this Giant Swan is made for a single rider to glide across the water behind a boat. Unlike the pool floats, these tubes are made of heavy duty PVC with a heavy duty nylon cover and a separate inflatable floor for a comfortable ride. Two Softec grab handles ensure you can stay seated as you pick up speed and bounce over the wakes. The large Boston valve makes for fast and easy inflating/deflating. Its 4-point tow system includes a Quick Hitch connect for your tow line (sold seperately). Rated for one rider up to 250-pound capacity.

Specifications

  • Material: Heavy gauge PVC with heavy-duty nylon cover
  • Handles: Two Softec grab handles
  • Towing Attachment: Four-point tow system with Quick Hitch connect
  • Valve Type: Boston
  • Maximum Weight of Rider: 250lb.

Make sure you have the correct rope to tow your new towable tube. According to the Water Sports Industry Association (WSIA), tube ropes must be at least 50 feet in length, but not exceed 65 feet. Ropes are designed for different sized tubes and using the wrong rope can cause damage to the rope, including causing the rope to break. Never use a tow rope that has knots in it, is frayed or sun damaged. Only use ropes designed for tubing when towing an inflatable tube.

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