AIRHEAD Tow Harness 12'

MSRP: $44.25
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UPC:
737826018253
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Weight:
0.90 LBS
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AIRHEAD Tow Harness

If your boat isn't equipped with a pylon or ski eye and you enjoy watersports activities, you need a tow harness. It creates a tow attachment point at the center of your boat, behind your outboard or stern drive. This tow harness is perfect for pulling a skier, wake boarder, knee boarder or 1 rider tubes. Simply clip it onto your boat with the hooks provided, and attach your ski or tube rope. A 6" float keeps the attachment loop floating on top, away from your propeller. 12 feet long to fit larger boats and pontoons. Yellow / Red.

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  • 5
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    Posted by Christine W. on Jan 22nd 2016

    Works well, float keeps it from getting into the prop of my outboard. I used it on an aluminum fishing boat when my kids are tired of fishing. The only problem I have is the D rings are just a tad too small to easily fit over my hoops on the back of my boat. I have to get them pushed on, then hit with my hand to snap down over. Not a big deal, but I have a small boat and it may not fit larger boats. But it is a good item. I also thought it may be too long at 12 ft, but I think it's perfect length. It also works to whip someone on a tube since it doesn't self center. I saw another tow harness that self centers, but one reviewer said it doesn't allow you to easily get someone outside the wake then. After using this, I can see exactly how that would be a problem. If you want to get your tubers outside the wake, get this one, not the self center. Also if you don't want to knot your rope, buy the quick connect from the same manufacturer.

  • 5
    Verified Purchase

    Posted by Douglas M. on Dec 22nd 2015

    We're novice boaters, but we bought this and it was super easy to use when we wanted to go tubing. So, very easy to use, very durable.Packaging was tightly wrapped with a ziptie, that we forgot to take off before we got on the boat, and then we didn't have scizzors or a knife. So, tip to all of you, make sure you fully unwrap it and remove the ziptie before you get on the boat! :)