Cowabunga! Get ready for fast sledding on the slopes! Each Bradley Snow Tube includes a rubber inner tube with a 48″ (deflated) cover that fits snugly around the tube. These covers are manufactured in the USA, with high quality polyester canvas top and super slick RapidGlide™ bottom. The cover has two sewn in handles for you to safely hold onto as you fly down the snowy slopes. The tow strap allows for easy, light weight hand-towing back up the hill. After you are tuckered out from all the tubing fun, quick inflate/deflate valve includes valve stem remover kit right in the valve cap.

Choose your favorite color and get on your warm snow gear! Bradley inner tubes can also be used during summer time for water sports fun. Keep your snow tube cover in a dry place until next season, and keep using the inner tube in the lake, river, or swimming pool.

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Product Features

  • Cover measures 48″ deflated – total inflated diameter: 42″
  • 600 denier polyester canvas top
  • Includes heavy duty slick industrial vinyl bottom with RapidGlideTM anti-friction technology. 425lb tensile strength
  • 2 sewn-in handles; patent pending sewn-in tow loop and strap secures tube and cover***Not intended for towing behind a motorized vehicle
  • MADE IN USA

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  1. Mark

    Solid and fun, but slightly slower tube (comparison w/ Fat Tire & L. L. Bean) I tried out a Bradley, Fat Tire, and L. L. Bean snow tube over a couple days. All of them are great fun and seem solidly constructed. I used the cigarette-lighter-powered tire pump from my car to inflate them.The Bradley tube is slower than the others. The slick bottom portion of the cover is slightly textured. It also doesn’t have a leash built in, though it does have a loop to attach the leash; I just tied on a rope, which worked fine. It’s a good tube if you have someone who…

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