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Winter time fun for everyone! Hop in the Aqua Leisure Alpine Village Snowboarder Snow Tube, grip the heavy duty PVC handles and prepare yourself for a fun filled ride. It is constructed of extra heavy duty durable vinyl and special K80 cold crack additive to help it withstand extreme cold. Check out the unique dual layer graphics boasting an awesome 3D effect!
Have a blast tubing the snowy hills solo or with a friend or find a friend to join because this snow tube is made to double the fun!
Age rated 7+
4 heavy duty PVC handles
Inflated size is 44" diameter
Deflated size is 50" diameter
Accommodates up to 2 riders
Patent pending clear-top technology
Unique dual layer graphics for 3-D effect
Extra-heavy duty 18 gauge vinyl construction
Special K80 cold crack additive to help vinyl withstand
This is not a towable device. Never tow from any vehicle. Never allow diving on to this product. Product develops high speed under certain snow conditions. Product has no brakes and no steering. Avoid obstacles, rough terrain, and sudden stops. Use of this product and participation in this sport involves inherent risk of injury or death.
Wearing of protective helmet, safety goggles, and gloves are highly recommended. Never use in proximity to roads, driveways or any area where there is vehicle traffic. Follow these rules to avoid serious injury. Do not use this product on ice or any surface other than snow due to loss of control and maneuverability. Do not kneel on product during use.
Country Of Origin: China
Rated 1 out of 5 by 1
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gail Bad deal
I bought 2 of these and headed to the snow with 4 kids to play. One come out of the bos with a split seam and we couldn'nt use it at all. The other popped after 2 hours of the kids all taking turns riding it down the hill.
November 15, 2012