Tower Paddle Boards Adventurer Inflatable 9'10" SUP Package
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- EXTREMELY RIGID - Weight limit of up to 350 lbs on the water. When fully inflated, this SUP feels very similar to a hard board (can be inflated up to 15 PSI -but is stiff and ready to ride at 10 PSI).
- HIGHLY DURABLE - Military-grade PVC material and drop-stitch construction. Never worry again about dings and board cracks.
- PORTABLE - Easy to store and transport. It is 9'10
- PACKAGE DEAL - Includes paddle board, pump, and 3-piece adjustable fiberglass paddle.
- 2-YEAR WARRANTY - 2-Year Manufacturers Warranty on iSUPs which cover everything outside of normal wear and tear (does not apply to included paddle or accessories)
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Tower Adventurer Inflatable SUP Package:
Includes a 9'10" x 32" x 6" inflatable SUP, 3-PC Fiberglass Paddle, high-pressure SUP pump, high-end Tower branded diamond grooved deck pad, removable center fin, a hand hold strap, a roll-up carrying strap. The Adventurer 1 is a great all-round sup, for flatwater activities such as fishing, yoga, touring or even sunbathing!
A Giant Leap forward in Inflatable SUP Design:
4" blow up SUPs (which is pretty much all inflatable SUPs on the market) leave a lot to be desired. They sag in the middle, slowing you down and ride low in the water so you end up standing in a puddle of cold water. The 6" thick, military grade Tower Adventurer Inflatable paddle board is dramatically more rigid, plus it floats higher in the water - so no wet feet. But this is only one of many attributes that set the Adventurer iSUP apart from the competition.
A Viable EPS/Epoxy Board Alternative - We're not kidding:
Traditionally, inflatable SUP boards were only a consideration for traveling but With the rigidity of the Tower Adventurer, an inflatable SUP is now also a viable EPS/Epoxy board alternative for anyone who isn't a die-hard surfer.
Performs Like a Hard Board
The Tower Adventurer 1 inflatable stand up paddleboard is made from extremely rugged materials like those you'd find on the highly regarded Zodiac boats and river rafts. The Adventurer 1 is made with drop-stitch technology which uses thousands of fibers that connect the top deck to the bottom to hold it's shape. When inflated the board has the rigidity of a piece of plywood. We can put the nose of the Adventurer 1 on a chair and the tail on another chair and a 200 pound person can stand in the middle with very little flex.
Riding a rigid inflatable SUP will make you feel like you’re on a hard board without compromising stability or performance. Many inflatable stand up paddle boards (SUPs) on the market are still only 4” thick and pretty difficult for an adult to comfortably ride. Our inflatable SUPs have been at least 6” thick since we first produced them years ago, making our boards 4x as rigid with 2x the weight capacity. The added benefits make Tower SUPs a great option for beginners and tandem riders alike.
Durable Enough to Run Over
That’s right--forget about dents and dings with inflatable boards. These no hassle boards can be used in white water rapids and paddled onto rocky shores. We’ve even thrown them off of buildings and run them over with a car and they’re no worse for the wear. The durability comes down to the top notch drop-stitch construction (for rigidity) and military grade material (for exterior strength) of our boards. Be weary of newer boards made with the fused process. While they may be lighter, they lose rigidity and durability in the construction process and are much cheaper boards overall.
Store or Take It Anywhere
Storing a stand up paddle board has never been easier. A deflated inflatable SUP is about the size of a rolled up sleeping bag. This allows you to tuck it into the trunk of your car and easily store in a closet. Additionally, inflatables are pretty lightweight, so even petite riders can transport the board. There’s no need to rent a board when you’re on vacation--just check it on the plane with you. And in the off season you can simply store it in the garage or shed. Cold temperatures won’t hurt them at all.
Easy Enough for Anyone to Learn
Paddleboarding is the fastest growing watersport because just about anyone any age and skill level can learn how to SUP. It’s a great way to get the family together or mix up your workout routine. And at the end of the day, it’s easy to just roll up and stow away or keep inflated all season long. Maintenance is simple, just rinse after use and use mild soap and water when it’s time for an extra cleanup. Inflatable paddle boards make owning a SUP a no brainer.
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I purchased the tower Explorer about 3 weeks ago. Super excited right... I mean it's a big deal that I've been saving up for months to drop a $1,000 on an awesome new SUP.
Board arrives, I take it out for my first rip. As I'm paddling around the river, the current pulls be into a buoy which the board bumps into. Yes, I said a buoy.
Next thing you know, I have a nice scratch up the side of the board that is blowing out the pressurized air at a rapid speed. After getting to shore and deflating the unit I was super bummed that I had an issue after my FIRST ride.
So I call up Tower and speak to a lady named Sara. She even has me take pictures of the scratch and send them into her. Here I'm thinking, Tower will understand... I mean, I just dropped a thousand bucks and bumped into a buoy on my first ride. Plus, how the heck does a rubber buoy penetrate a "military grade" plastic board.
Sara's response went something like this: "With looking at this we can't cover it under a warranty claim. Unfortunately this had to be from whatever you scraped and ran into of what was poking out of the buoy. ........ I hate to use an analogy but it would be like getting a new car and taking off the lot and backing it up into a pole and going back to the car company questioning the quality of the car."
No help, not willing to work something out, not even considering I just forked over a grand to Tower. All I'm saying is if you're considering buying an inflatable SUP, they aren't as military grade as Tower makes them out to be. And unless you plan on not having the board come into contact with ANYTHING... then expect a headache and disappointment when handling issues.
Here's the photo to prove just how brittle the material is.
The Tower Adventurer is just as rigid as their Naish iSups, and stable as their hard board ( I don't remember the brand). The shortness of the board took everyone a minute to get used to, but they thought it was a pretty good board too. I thought for a minute that I needed a board like my brothers, with the pointed nose and more length. His did feel more stable at first, but I have been out two more times on my Tower Adventurer it and I feel great on it. I just think the learning curve may be a bit longer with a shorter board. I like the length of this board though, I'm 5'2" and this board was easy for me to carry around. The 12' boards seemed like they were awkward for me. It's true it's not the fastest. However, my family wasn't gonna leave me in the dust and none of are racers. Also, after the first day it was much easier to dig in a paddle harder and faster. Paddling upriver was slow, but a great workout. I think that just being inflatable makes it more difficult to paddle upstream though. I was also worried that I wouldn't be able to inflate it or it would take me forever to inflate it. I even heard some guy make a comment that there is no way a petite woman could inflate the board alone. BULL! I did it in about 6 mins. The last four pounds of pressure ( I pumped it up to 14 PSI ) were the hard ones, but just lean into it with your whole body and you can get it done. The other thing I was worried about was loosing the screw for the fin, and maybe it didn't used to be attached, but it is now. There is a tether that attaches the screw to the fin so hopefully you won't loose it. I also got a leash and the Tower backpack, both are great. If I fall I don't want to kick my board away and loose it. The backpack fits EVERYTHING perfectly. I think I will also get the kit to put on some D-rings and bungee cords... I wish I had somewhere to strap down my stuff.
So, I am so happy with my purchase. I love that I can just fold it up and stick it in my trunk. I love it more than my kayaks. I can see everything standing up! I absolutely love SUPing and I love my board. Oh, and it totally can hold a lot of weight. I had two friends try it out who were between 220-250lbs.
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