Tower Adventurer Stand-Up Paddleboard

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Tower Adventurer Stand-Up Paddleboard
Price: $499.99
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Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Wednesday, Jan 04 to Thursday, Jan 05) + transit
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Lots of Discussion/Comments from July 12, 2015

Don’t expect the same as a rigid board. I bought one of these two years ago, and have never been able to get comfortable on it. Because it’s air, it’s light, so it doesn’t have that weight that helps stay still on the water. Friends who are younger/nimbler have done fine but I should have stuck with a solid board.

The feel of the board may affect people differently. I’m 60 and have both the rigid and inflatable Tower boards. They seem similar in the water, with my family showing a slight preference for the inflatable. I keep it inflated all the time. It’s lighter weight makes it much easier to put on the roof and get it into the water. Also the inflatable doesn’t get dings or marks. I’m hoping Tower will sell their longer faster inflatable on Woot, but I believe the last time they sold this board they said that would not happen.

I snagged one of these last year and I absolutely LOVE it!!

I have six of these boards. Three for when I go home to visit family and three with me now. We absolutely love them.

The three I have at “home” I keep inflated year round and in the garage. The temps drop quite a bit and I should probably store them in more controlled temp, especially if I keep them inflated. No problems at all though. It takes less than 5 minutes to strap all three in the back of a pick-up truck and head out to the lake. They guy that rents out SUP at the lake finally started included some inflatables after we let him try one of the Tower boards. Now those are always rented out before the hard boards.

The three I have with me now I keep rolled up and also purchased bags for them and pull one out when I go out with my dog.

I’ve also hauled one back and forth on a couple flights checking it as checked baggage. It was surprisingly easy to travel with it.


I’m surprised to hear this comment. To most people there is very little difference.

did you maybe get a 4" thick iSUP? because that would be a totally different type of feel. This one is 6" thick and is really comparable to a hard board, and superior on many fronts. That’s why iSUPs have gone from less than 1% of the market 4 years ago to over 30% of the paddle board market today!

-Stephan Aarstol
Founder & CEO
Tower Paddle Boards


Thanks for your comment. This is what we’ve heard from most of our customers and really most people who paddle board. The preference is actually shifting to iSUPs.

No plans to Woot our longer board, sorry :wink: There is no other board on the market like that one.

-Stephan Aarstol
Founder & CEO
Tower Paddle Boards


Glad to hear you are loving your board! And thanks for your comment!

-Stephan Aarstol
Founder & CEO
Tower Paddle Boards


Thanks for your very helpful comments! We hear similar experiences with many of our customers. Funny you mentioned the SUP rental guy learning from you - we’re getting a lot of interest from SUP rental fleets on our inflatable boards. That whole industry will be using iSUPs in a few years - it’s a no brainer for them as these hold up so much better in that environment.

-Stephan Aarstol
Founder & CEO
Tower Paddle Boards

How do they handle rocky areas?

Sorry I missed your post. They handle rocks better than a hard board. The materials are more durable than a hard board. When we throw them from the pickup to rocky parking lots (lots of pointy rocks - walking barefoot is very painful there) there is no issue, I can imagine a hard board getting dinged up pretty easily.

As far as rocky areas in the water they bump around the areas smoothly - not really jarring. The lake we go to has some rip-rap in areas where the wind might blow waves against and we can easily navigate over and around the rip-rap. I’d suggest paddling on your knees if going near rocks, you don’t want to fall off and crack your head and you can have a bit more control.