Aire Tributary Thwarts

Aire Tributary Thwarts
Aire Tributary Thwarts
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Tributary Thwarts by Aire
When you lace the Aire Tributary Thwarts into your Tributary raft, you're not just giving yourself a place to sit. Well, you are, but this place to sit is designed to maximize your leverage by placing you high in the raft, and with the Tributary's piano-hinge-style lacing, you can choose from a wide range of options that get it placed just right for you. They're burly and tough, just like the water you'll be facing, and yet the inflatable design gives them just enough give to be comfortable.

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SKU: ARE001L
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