AIRHEAD Bling Spectra Wakeboard Rope - 75' 5-Section - Yellow
DetailsAIRHEAD BLING SPECTRA WAKEBOARD ROPE 75' 5 SECTIONAIRHEAD BLING SPECTRA Wakeboard Rope
These wakeboard ropes will give you swagger! They sparkle in the sun and glow in twilight! The extravagant look compliments the luxury of high end boats, adds a little class to lesser boats and makes you look like a watersports pro! BLING series ropes are one of a kind. Shiny and reflective material is braided together with top quality Poly E over a Spectra core. These 75 foot wakeboard ropes have 4 take-off sections, 5ft, 5ft, 10ft and 10ft., resulting in rope lengths of 75 ft., 70 ft., 65 ft., 55 ft. and 45 ft.. The spectra core gives this tiny rope a phenomenal 2,000 lb. break strength and no stretch. The handle has an aluminum core, a 15 in. EVA grip and full finger protectors.
MPN: AHWR-12BL UPC: 737826034567
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