HO SPORTS FAD 4′ 5″ (FUN AQUATIC DEVICE) NEW!
Introducing the FAD or Fun Aquatic Device. It is a great tool to teach anyone the fun of water sports and versatile enough for everything. You can stand, sit, kneel, even lay down on this incredible new product. The kids can use this for kneeboarding, wakesurfing, wakeskating, or just plain having fun. The FAD is inflatable and comes with it’s own pump. Using Drop Stitch Technology the FAD becomes extremely ridged to the point were you won’t believe that it it is an inflatable product. Use the FAD for that little bit of extra fun on the water.
* Dimensions 23″ X 53″ Inflated
* Handle Hook for Hands Free Starts
* Grab Handles for extra security
* Fins for added grip when cutting
* Durable Drop Stitch Construction
* Machined EVA Traction Pad
* Kneel, Sit, Stand, or Lay Down for multiple riding options
* Low Speed Pulls
* Easy Inflation / Deflation Valve
* FAD Specific pump included
* One Year Limited Warranty
DROP SITCH TECHNOLOGY – This is not how other inflatables are constructed. So much stronger and more durable – you will not think of this as an inflatable item. To put it into perspective most tubes are only inflated to 2-3psi. This construction allows for these products to be inflated to 20psi. That is almost 10 times the air pressure that you put in a normal tube. More air = stiffer and stronger!
Drop Stitch is a pretty amazing material we’re using to create the RADs and FAD. This material allows us to build inflatable items that can be inflated to optimum rigidity while delivering the most durable inflatables we’ve ever offered. This innovative material is called Drop Stitch and is achieved by joining two pieces of support fabric together with thousands of fine polyester thread lengths. Each thread is spaced evenly and all threads are the exact same length. Next an air-tight coating is applied to the top and bottom of the support material to ensure an air tight seal. The result is Drop Stitch Construction. Drop Stitch construction is capable of achieving levels of pressure equal to 20 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch).