Sportsstuff Trek-N-Tube Towable Tube
Kick back and relax in style on the Sportsstuff® Trek-N-Tube Towable Tube. This classic float features convenient side handles and a travel backpack that makes it portable to take to any pool, lake, beach, or river. Rest your head on the oversized air cushioned headrest and experience complete relaxation. The heavy-duty full nylon cover comes standard along with dual cup holders and the Speed Safety Valve for fast inflation and deflation.
The Trek-N-Tube has cool comfortable mesh seating, two built-in 6 pack coolers for your favorite refreshing beverages and two zippered gear pockets for your suntan lotion and other necessities.
- Side handles
- Travel Backpack
- Oversize air cushioned headrest
- Dual cup holders
- Speed safety value for inflation and deflation
- Mesh seating
- 2 built-in 6pk coolers
- 2 zippered pockets
- Fits 1 person
- 50 in. (deflated)
- 48 in. (inflated)
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 12239715
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by johnson0005 OUTSTANDING PRODUCT My wife and i really enjoy our tubes. this tube is a low profile tube. it has everything on it. it has 2 coolers in which each cooler will hold a 6 pack of beverage and ice. it has 2 storage compartments on the backrest. you may want to put your items in a zip lock bag, to put in the storage due to the items may get wet. the seating area is large and very comfortable. June 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by riverrat It's the Cadillac of Tubes This is the best tube! It's comfortable, thin and easy to get on and off. It's NOT thick like tire tubes therefore, you don't tip over easily. The cooler doesn't hold ice, but it great for putting your trash in instead of the river. Everyone in my group fight over getting this kind of tube. Once it's deflated and dried it easily folds back up and fits in the accompanied backpack. We are getting two more so the whole family will have one. August 7, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Brosmomma Good Compartments, but That is It!! I was pleased with the zippered coolers and pockets on the back of the headrest. The coolers did not hold ice well at all as the water from the river leaked right in. The main problem I had with the tube is it is so thin - You literally would almost dump right out the front because the tube was not big enough and I am less than 150lbs. We ended up using it as a tube to put our big cooler in, and I floated in a $15 tube from [@]. July 11, 2012
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