Taylor Made Shock Wave Towable Tube #PL2106

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Tubing just got more exciting with the Taylor Made Shock Wave Towable Tube. The soft, seamless and heavy-duty nylon shell offers up hours of fun and adventure.

Quick Facts:

  • Sturdy construction; body part 820 Denier nylon, and backrests are high-density 420 Denier nylon, 28 and 22 gauge PVC
  • Boston Valve; one-way check valve with two ports for easy inflation and quick deflation of inflatable boats
  • Quick Connect for easy attachment and detachment
  • Vibrant yellow and blue colors
  • Soft and durable PVC makes for a comfortable ride for hours
  • Six Soft Webbing Handles
  • Measures 21" H x 72" W and a 85" Diameter
  • Inflatable cockpit seating and backrests
  • 20.6 lbs.

Hours of Fun

Spend the best day on the water with our towable tube. Made sturdy and comfortable with a 840 denier nylon and a PVC bladder, three riders can get their adventure in comfort. You're sure to be seen for miles with the towable's vibrant colors of blue and yellow. The inflatable cockpit with backrests offer comfort when you're riding around the lake.

Designed to Withstand the Waves

Adventure seekers! You will want to ride the waves in our boat tube. This towable tube is available in a blue/yellow combination and is perfect for up to three riders. Our towable is 20.5 lbs., and measures 21" H x 72" W with a 85 " diameter. The inflatable has a 22 and 28 gauge PVC and features four soft webbing handles for a comfortable and secure hold.

Warning: Cancer and reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
More Information
SKU 2021136882
Brand Taylor MadeĀ®
Series Shock Wave
Quantity In Package 1
What's Included Tube
Item Length 85
Item Width 72
Item Height 21
Item Weight 20.6
Country of Origin CHN
Unit of Measure EA
Warranty Term 1 Year
Material Type Nylon
Weight Capacity 510 lbs.
UPC 848150012678
Manufacturer Reference Number PL2106

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