TYR Hydrofoil Pull Float

TYR Hydrofoil Pull Float
TYR Hydrofoil Pull Float
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Hydrofoil Pull Float by TYR
The TYR Hydrofoil Pull Float creates an intuitive training surface for high-level swimmers. Squeezing between your legs to negate kicking forces, the Hydrofoil Pull Float helps you concentrate on arm strokes while strengthening the upper body. It features a contoured, ergonomic design that moves easily through the water during training exercises.

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SKU: TYR002Z
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