Airhead $100 - $149 Boat Towable Tubes

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Airhead G-Force 2
    G-Force is a wild ride for up to 2 thrill-seekers! Defy centrifugal force with G-Force's topside stabilizer fins. The 4 deluxe nylon-wrapped handles …
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    Airhead Slash & Rip 1, 2 Person Steerable Boat Towables
      The chariot-style Slash & Rip Boating Tubes by Airheads for either 1 or 2 riders, have all the standard features you'd expect from an industry- …
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      Airhead Big Shot 76" 4-Person Boat Tube
        Think BIG SHOT for big time fun! This stunning 4 rider towable glides across wakes with the greatest of ease, despite its humongous 76 in. (deflated) …
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        Airhead Mach 1 1-Person Boat Towable
          We recommend cockpit tubes like MACH 1 for young riders since they feel very secure inside. MACH 1 provides a wild but stable ride for all ages, …
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          Airhead Super Slice 70" 3-Person Boat Deck Tube
            High performance 3 rider low profile, 70" diameter deck tube. Oversized topside neoprene body panel and 6 deluxe handles with neoprene knuckle guards. …
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            Airhead Double Dog Tube/Towable; 2-Person Capacity
              We double dog dare you to climb on, hang on and have some serious fun! Built to last30-gauge PVC bladder is completely covered in double-stitched 840- …
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              Airhead Slice 60" 2-Person Boat Deck Tube
                You'll really slice up the water with this 60" diameter low profile towable! Peak performance is guaranteed with Slice's topside neoprene panel, 4 …
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                Airhead Viper 1-Person Boat Towable
                  Viper Product Video The bottoms are shaped like boat hulls which is the key to the unparalleled lively and stable ride. Vipers are especially …
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                    Just about everything you'll need for a super fun day on the water is in the box! REBEL is a 1 rider 54 inch diameter deck tube with 4 deluxe handles …
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                    Boating Know How
                    Boat Towables

                    How To Properly Inflate Towable Tubes

                    A properly inflated towable tube will help ensure the longest life possible and provide peak performance. While an under inflated towable are more prone to ... read more ripping, over inflation, and chances of damaging the bladder increase. To check proper inflation, stand on the tube after it's been inflated. If your feet don't sink in at all, it's over inflated and air will need to be removed. If your feet sink in more than slightly, air will need to be added. Makes sure to monitor the tube's air pressure as fluctuation will commonly occur due to exposure to hot sun and cooler water.

                    With the huge selection of boat towables on iboats.com, finding a tube with the right size, style and price is easier than ever. And with top brands such as Body Glove, Hydroslide, Fuel, Full Throttle, and Kwik Tek's SportsStuff & Airhead, you can be sure the tube you pick was built to last.
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                    About Towable Tubes

                    Want a fun way to enjoy the water and view the passing landscape? Try water tubing, it is an aqua sports that gives you an adrenalin rush as you coast on top a boat tube! Dubbed as “donuts” or “biscuits” because of their shape, they are made of strong and durable synthetic rubber or PVC plastic. Though some may have some variation in their construction, they are basically made of the same material. Provided that the water levels are safe and the current has a consistent flow, this watersports activity can be enjoyed by enthusiastic riders either free flowing or towed.

                    When you free flow, it means you are seating on the middle of your tube using your webbed gloved hands as paddles as you coast along a waterway’s current. You can enjoy the passing scenery, the splash of the water, and the occasional bumps when your tube runs into rocks or floating debris. Oh, what an adventure not to be missed!

                    Although most have a protective fabric to cover its bottom and inner diameter, there are seating areas that are inserted with a wooden panel to prevent pointed objects from poking into the tube and hurting its rider in shallow water areas. There are pockets in the cover that can be used as a container to store personal items or as trash bag.

                    Towed water tubing is being pulled across a large body of water by a high powered motor boat. Several towables can be pulled along by the watercraft through ropes secured to the towable tubes’ anchor point. The plastic or rubber towables are covered with sleeves to prevent it from being stretched while pulled. Handles can be found in the sleeves to enable riders to take a strong grip while skim through the water at a fast rate.

                    Boat towables are a watersport activity that is extremely enjoyable and pleasurable. To prevent injury, all water tubing enthusiasts are to observe safety precautions while tubing. Life vests, safety shoes and helmets should be worn during the activity. Free flowing riders are strongly advised not to tie anything to their tube because they might get entangled and lead to the possibility of being drowned.

                    To address the increasing enthusiasm of water tubers, some water resorts created manmade, circular rivers where guests can enjoy another kind of water adventure.