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Product DescriptionFusing elegant design with modern technology, the Air Chair allows riders to achieve higher air than any other water sport. Featuring an interchangeable concave blade foil assembly and exclusive Power Wedges, it comes pre-tuned and ready for any level of riding, including beginners. Switch the rear blade and the Air Chair delivers the performance advanced riders enjoy, while providing for softer landings. One more switch of the blade and it becomes a challenging ride for the pro. Recommended for use in at least 8 ft. of water.
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Q:What is the weight range for the skier?Asked on 5/18/2009 by Bill from Ft Worth, TX
A:Air Chair has had people 350lbs and up ride the chair, always wear a life jacket.Answered on 5/26/2009 by Ike from Overtons
A:any weight as long as your feet are in the bindings and you have your seat belt on. the trick is to let the boat pull you with your arms streachted at the back of the boat. take your time as you are now planning on the water now you will start sitting up arms still forward at chin hieght do not lower arms and take your time. NOW once you are sitting up and arms up chin height board is riding on water NOW lower your arms very slowly the board will start raising. Arms up = Board down. Arms Down= board down.Answered on 3/6/2010 by ricky k from danville ca
A:I have ridden Air Chair for a long time in Fresh water I'am 6' 3" , My weight has ranged from 240 pounds to 285 . Once I'am able to take off is no problem riding is easy , But when I' am over weight is hard for me to get up ...Answered on 8/13/2012 by Ernesto Chamorro from Nicaragua , Central America
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