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Old 11-17-2017   #1
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New River Tubes from RMR

Introducing the Rocky Mountain Rafts River Recliner

Nov 16, 2017: Rocky Mountain Rafts (RMR), the brand that has become synonymous with value, is quickly becoming known for innovation. This spring, they are releasing the next step in the evolution of the classic river tube. RMR set their sights on providing the most durable and comfortable river tube
on the market.

Durability

Many may remember summers during the good-old-days as a child when they would take an innertube and find a calm river to float down. Younger generations might only be familiar with cheap plastic inflatables and fragile nylon river tubes. Nothing that had the durability to stand up to multiple river trips and still offer peace of mind while sliding the river floor over shallow sections. RMR’s 33 ounce, 2000 denier PVC is tougher than any other river tube on the market and is seam welded using the same technology as the rest of RMR’s product line.

Comfort

Not only will it be the most durable tube on the market, RMR’s unique diminishing-tube design allows for the most comfortable, ergonomic ride available. Why shouldn’t your relaxing float down the river be as enjoyable as possible? Rubber handles make it easy to carry and hold on to, and forward and backward facing D-rings allow groups to tether together. RMR will also offer traditional, non-diminishing tubes for users who are skeptical of the new design, but encourages customers to give their new design a chance. It only takes about 30 seconds to turn someone into a believer!

Price

Prices for the diminishing tube are $179 for the 44” and $199 for the 48”, and for the classic style are $169 for the 44” and $189 for the 48”.


About Rocky Mountain Rafts

In 2010, Rocky Mountain Rafts set out to build high quality rafts that everyone could afford. Over the last seven years, RMR boats have been paddled, rowed, and floated down rivers across the US, Canada,
Central and South America. Since their inception, they have been the fastest growing raft manufacturer in the United States. RMR has been unwavering in its commitment to provide quality rafts at an affordable price, offering the best value in the industry. Visit www.rockymountainrafts.com for more information.

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yes on RMR's web site, just click on their link at bottom of rmr's post
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Sadly they do not appear to be self draining
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There is a drain hole in the pvc floor.
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