Subwing Honeycomb Underwater Glider

May 9, 2014

Category: Gear

If you’re looking for a way to amp up your H2O fun this summer, and you can hold your breath for the length of a commercial or two, check out the newest addition to the Subwing family, the Subwing Honeycomb.

A smidgen smaller than the traditional Subwing, this underwater accessory lets you glide, dip, dive, twist and turn as you get pulled along by the seagoing vessel or killer whale of your choice. Just tilt the wings in the direction you want to go and Subwing says you’ll get the hang of it with little or no training whatsoever. The Honeycomb’s ABS polymer shell promises plenty of durability, and the lightweight hollow design with honeycomb patterned core walls makes for a stiff, light and strong set of wings. [Purchase]

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