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Classic Accessories The Togiak Pontoon Float Tube


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  • High back stadium seat with adjustable backrest for extra support and comfort
  • Roomy armrest storage with additional reel pockets, gear pockets, small mesh pockets and flat zip pockets
  • Rear mesh storage platform and horizontal rod holder
  • Lash tabs and D-rings for attaching gear and creel bags
  • Safety flag pocket
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Product Description

Classic Accessories The Togiak Pontoon Float Tube - It's the perfect floating tube for anyone looking for a relaxing day on the water whether you're enjoying the sun or reeling in the fish. When cruising in a Classic Accessories Togiak Pontoon Float Tube you have the stability of a pontoon with the ease of transporting of a towable tube. Weighing only 12.5 pounds, the pontoon float tube provides a High-Back Stadium Seat with Adjustable Back Rest for customized and comfortable support. Store just about anything in reel pockets, gear pockets, small mesh pockets - all easily accessible! There's a place to rest your rod or your drink. With the Classic Accessories Togiak Pontoon Float Tube you'll have a Hydrodynamic Hull for excellent stability and tracking. Features: Back Mesh Storage Platform, Armrest pockets, Small Item Mesh 'Wet' Pockets and Flat Zip Pockets, 2 Reel Pockets and 2 Sloped Gear Pockets, Stripping Apron with Fish Ruler, Horizontal Rod Holder, Backpacking Shoulder Straps, 1 Year Warranty. Type: Inflatable, Hull Design: Inflatable, Weight: 12 lbs, Number of Paddlers: 1, Weight Capacity: 300lbs, Seat: High-Back Stadium Seat, Adjustable Seat: Yes, Model Year: 2011, Product ID: 111067, Christmas Delivery: This is a Special Order item and is not guaranteed for Christmas delivery., Shipping Exclusion: This item is only available for shipment by UPS to the lower 48 United States. APO, FPO, PO BOX, Hawaii, and Alaska shipments may not be possible for this item. (Please call prior to purchase.), Special Order: This is a Special Order item, will be shipped from the manufacturer, and is not stocked in our warehouse. This item does not qualify for our Price Matching Policy. Order processing time may vary., Model Number: 32-007-014001-00

Product Details

Color: Gold/Gray
  • Product Dimensions: 54.2 x 47 x 19 inches ; 14 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0032GLU76
  • Item model number: 32-007-014001-00
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #244,378 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I am heavy and have back pain.
Chris Gregory
I was surprised to see how well this "budget priced" tube stood up against it's high end counterparts!
monkeee2002
The cover material is strong and the stitching and other workmanship appears to be very good.
cowman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By John Doe on September 12, 2011
Color Name: Gold/Gray Verified Purchase
I have borrowed several different float tubes from friends for fishing trips, and I have also used inflatable kayaks and Zodiac-style boats. When I was finally ready to buy a float tube of my own, I bought this one.

After taking it on its first fishing trip, this is what I can report:

First, I was amazed to discover that the designers of this tube apparently expect you to blow it up entirely with your lungs!!! The only air valve on the two pontoons is a tube about the size of a large drinking straw with a twist-to-close cap. Every other inflatable watercraft I've ever used has dual-sized inflation valves-- that is, one opening about 1" in diameter, and another that is about 0.5" in diameter, which can be easily inflated with an air pump and quickly deflated at the end of the day. I even bought an air pump at the same time that I bought this tube, expecting a similar valve system. Luckily one of the adapters on my air pump kind of fits over the drinking straw air tube, although I have to hold it and create a seal with one hand while pumping with the other, which is a little tricky. Blowing this thing up with your lungs alone would probably take an hour and you'd never get it as firmly inflated as it needs to be. You'd also probably hyperventilate to the point of passing out. And, I found that it's harder and takes longer to fully deflate the pontoons through the drinking straw valves.

Second, the other float tubes I've used had inflatable cushions that go under the seat and/or in the back of the seat. Instead of inflatable cushions, this float tube has two large foam blocks that form the seat cushion.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By cowman on November 3, 2011
Color Name: Gold/Gray
I am exceptionally please with my Togiak float tube. Unlike a previous reviewer, I really prefer the seat blocks in the tube as they provide a comfortable, stable and bouyant platform that keeps me sitting up high in the water unlike many tubes. The cover material is strong and the stitching and other workmanship appears to be very good. I really enjoy this boat.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chris Gregory on March 1, 2014
Color Name: Gold/Gray
This is an effective and affordable float tube. However, I've had a couple of problems with it:

1. It's not that easy to inflate. I have a standard pump and I have to hold on to the stem and nozzle simultaneously while pumping. This is due to the style and size of the stem.

2. I am heavy and have back pain. This system offers very little support for my back. I can only stand it for about an hour. After that, I need to get out of this tube.

I do like the storage capacity, the durability, and the ease of transport with the back pack straps. Consequently, I use this as my third backup when I have to hike in to an Alpine Lake, or I let my grandkids use it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Flytyer on July 18, 2012
Color Name: Gold/Gray
Okay, I've been using float tubes since the early 90's. My own and other peoples. I'm a serious fly fisherman and am on the water at least 100 days a year.
Wanted a new U-boat. Togiak had a good price and nice design. I don't mind the foam in the bottom, though I won't be putting this in my backpack.
Good: Seams (except for one 2" area are double stitched. Lots of storage space. And more storage.
Not so good: I'm concerned about the "sharpened" pieces of PVC for the spreader tube. Foam blocks make it less compact for packing in. Also, though there are backpacking straps included. You would not want to wear them more than 100 yards. No padding and they'll cut into you. Non-standard inflation valve makes it a pain to inflate with a pump and this is so much more than I want to do by mouth.
Bad: Seat is set too far back. This combined with the lack of bladder behind you tilts you back to far, as much as 25 to 30 degrees. This brings your feet up higher causing more time with your flippers coming out of the water. More noise to scare the fish and really uncomfortable. Additionally, if you happen to be 5'7", the sharp edge of the top of the seat back will dig in under your shoulder blades. I was rubbed raw by this through my shirt.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By monkeee2002 on May 2, 2012
Color Name: Gold/Gray
I'm new to float tubes. But, I do my research. I was surprised to see how well this "budget priced" tube stood up against it's high end counterparts!

Watching small mouth bass jumping at eye level, just a few feet away, gave me a whole new outlook on fishing! No rumbling motor, no gasoline smell, no tangling your line with the 6 other people who keep crowding you on the shoreline. :-)

Pros:
TONS of pockets! I mean, seriously. I loaded nearly all of my fishing tackle on one side of the boat, leaving the other FIVE pockets pretty much empty! PLUS, there's the mesh area behind the seat. Load that area lightly, it will affect your paddling if you load it heavy. There are also 3 D-rings on each side. Great for securing items if you're prone to dropping things, like I am.

Nice color. I like earth tones, and was a little leary of "gold" (I don't want to look like a flower to the bees!) But, it's a darker gold color, I think it's more of a dark spicy mustard color.

The fabric is good and sturdy. I was constantly getting blown into barely submerged brush & small trees. ... I still need to work on my steering technique.

Easy-to-fill bladders. Yes, the filler tubes are small. Not quite as small as the other poster said, but they aren't big. My $10 coleman (4D cell) air pump attaches to the valve nicely though. It fits so well, I can set it up, turn it on, and do something else while it's filling.

Cons:

When I was shopping around, I narrowed it down to this tube, and the Cumberland. But, the main reason the Cumberland stayed in the running (about $70 price difference) was the cupholder. I'm not paying 70 bucks for a cupholder though. I bought a neoprene bottle cozy with a carabiner clip at wally world for $2.
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