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Tower Paddle Boards "Adventurer 2" 10’4” iSUP

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Tower Paddle Boards "Adventurer 2" 10’4” iSUP

Paddle Board Make & Model

Brand:
Tower Paddle Boards
Model:
Adventurer
MSRP ($):
599

Are you interested in the affordability and convenience of an inflatable paddle board, but don’t want to stand fishing in a puddle of water all day? The tendency to sag in the middle and take on water has been a big issue for inflatable paddle boards in the budget price class, which is something that Tower Paddle Boards has been keen to avoid with their Adventurer 2. This inflatable paddle board is a successor to their popular Tower Adventurer board and, thanks to being slightly longer, is able to not only go faster, but also carry more weight.

Other improvements over the original design includes an additional handle on the front an back along with a cargo net upfront for storing extra gear. What makes the Adventurer 2 appealing for anglers is the fact that it is much more rigid than many other inflatable paddle boards, which means it floats higher and won’t leave you standing in the water. By making use of extremely rugged materials for the construction of the Adventurer 2, Tower Paddle Boards have been able to construct an inflatable that isn’t just rigid, but exceptionally durable as well.

In fact, many users consider the feel of this paddleboard to be similar to a hard board when it is fully inflated. This is probably due to the comfortable diamond grooved deck pad you’ll find on this board. Of course, it comes with all the traditional benefits of inflatable paddle boards, such as being easier to store and transport and costing significantly less than epoxy boards. For angling enthusiasts who don’t have a lot of space or simply want to head out to the water without having to struggle with roof racks on their vehicles, the Adventurer 2 is hard to beat. It’s about the size of a rolled-up sleeping bag when deflated, so you can easily take it anywhere with you. While the Adventurer 2 isn’t going to be a replacement for a serious angling focused paddle board, it is certainly one of the best inflatable offerings on the market.

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