The classic FREQUENT FLYER DECKTUBE -Equipped with two large EVA Foam body pads to protect your knees and elbows. Multiple double webbing foam handles with knuckle guards enable various riding positions. Patented aluminum Quick Connect tow points come standard so attaching and detaching your tow rope is fast and easy to maximize your time on the water. Featuring a simple one chamber design with Speed Safety Valve, you’ll have your tube inflated in no time. If that wasn’t enough, stylish custom graphics on the top and bottom of the heavy-duty full nylon covers will get you noticed on the water. The self bailing drain vents will keep you sailing with unbelievable speed and grace! 1-3 rider, 80 in. (deflated) 73 in. (inflated)

Product Features

  • Patented Speed Safety Valve for Fast Inflation and Deflation
  • Patented Aluminum Quick Connect Tow Point with Reinforced Tow System
  • EVA Foam Body Pads
  • Double-Stitched Full Nylon Cover with Covered Zipper and Double-Webbing Foam Handles with Knuckle Pads
  • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladder


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This article has 2 comments

  1. Tyler Buchanan

    This is a GREAT tube. Quick background This is a GREAT tube. Quick background, I’m a 27 year old Florida man who lives a block from the boat launch. As such, I was using this tube pretty much every weekend for a year, and it took about 15 months of hard use and being left outside for the handles to finally start falling off. When I say hard use, I mean we were generally tubing hard enough that one person would be holding on for dear life being flung around on the outside and the inside person would have to be on their knees…

  2. ohjonny

    SUPER FUN TUBE!!! Well, this lasted the summer without holes. The kids absolutely loved it, and I was able to get the tube to fly into the air…which normally resulted in the kids flying even higher off of it. It can comfortably hold 4 kids, and there are plenty of handles. Plus, it is not really tall… so getting back onto it is not a huge difficulty.Inflating it was also a breeze, because it has a one-way air valve on it. To deflate, simply pull the one-way valve out, and all the air comes…

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