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Hydroslide Arsenal Comfort Top Wing Towable Tube - Dick's Sporting Goods

Hydroslide Arsenal Comfort Top Wing Towable Tube

Item Number: 19288536
Price: $129.99
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Bring a friend for a thrilling ride on the Arsenal Towable Tube! This wing-shaped deck tube includes four foam-filled nylon handles so you can hang on as you fly over the waves. The top of the Hydroslide® Arsenal Comfort Top Wing Towable Tube is fully covered, creating a comfortable riding area, while the hydroplane bottom gives you a smooth ride. This durable tube features a one-piece welded Quick Connect so you can hook up and go!


  • Designed for up to 2 riders
  • 66" wing-shaped deck tube with raised edge
  • Features 4 sewn foam-filled reinforced nylon handles
  • Top is fully covered for 23 square feet of comfortable riding area
  • Embossed PVC bottom reduces drag
  • Hydroplane bottom design delivers a smoother ride with better shock absorption
  • Heavy-duty 30 gauge PVC construction
  • Durable one-piece high-frequency welded Quick-Connect
  • Welded-on handles for durability
  • Boston dump valve with cover
  • Hydroslide

Country of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dive, but there are ways around it As the other reviewers mentioned, this tube will dive if you don't put your weight in the back at first, and don't start quick enough. But if you do put your weight back until the boat get the speed, it's work perfectly fine. My kids and I love it :-) August 22, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Do not buy I wish I'd read the poor reviews of this tube before I bought it. They were correct . The tube submarines under water as soon as the boat picks up speed. This forces all riders off. I was able to modify the tube and make it work by stringing a styrofoam boogie board onto the tow rope right under the front of the tube. This kept the front part afloat even at higher speeds. August 19, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Water Disk Overall product is lots of fun but the seams are weak. August 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hydroslide Tube Our 1st tubing experience. All seemed to go very well.All riders had a great time.It was easy to set up. We hope to get many years of service. August 18, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by I had to return this towable. The grand kids loved this towable but it tended to dive and created a lot of pressure on the tub and boat. This caused a small hole just behind the tow rope and under a little bit. August 12, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Difficult to keep atop the water behind the boat. When hooked up and towed behind the boat, it was difficult to get started and gain any kind of speed to help the ride. It seems that the quick connect is mounted too far below the water line and it pushes the water, pulling the front of the tube below the water line as the speed increases. The only way to overcome it is to have the rider(s) stay far back on the tube as it gets started and until a good speed is gained. It also seems to help if the connection to the boat is a bit higher than at the transom. August 7, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by ugh Ripped apart first use. Bought a less expensive one a meijers that held up better. July 30, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Terrible ! It was a constant fight to keep this tube from diving. It didn't matter if a child was on it or an adult. It did not leak air. I returned it and bought the Obrian Hammer Head (2 person) and love it. Dicks had a no hassle return that was great. July 22, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Inflatable Submarine? I've enjoyed tubing on an old "doughnut" tube for 25 years, but my kids do not like the water which accumulates in the well and splashes them. They were very excited when I brought this "solid" tube home for them to try. My 50#, 7 year old daughter was the brave pilot for the maiden voyage. We started the boat and the tube immediately started diving and the poor kid freaked. We then sent my 65#, 9 year old son out, with the instructions to try leaning back. Same result, and another wet and cold child, after getting pulled all the way under the 53 degree Puget Sound water. At that point, I figured that they were just not leaning back enough and/or not allowing it to get up on plane. I went out and leaned back as far as I could. The boat started and the tube seemed to get up on plane. Thinking I was in the clear, I started to lean back forward to a normal riding position (I promise, I was not too far forward), and the rope (inserted low on the tube) caught the water and immediately pulled the tube and I under the water, until the rope snapped. We gave up at that point and decided to pull the tube back to shore? But even with NO RIDERS on it, it immediately submarined when we started moving forward with any speed. I can't imagine how anyone keeps this thing above the water, even though I'm not sure of how the physics works with a giant air bubble being pulled under water! July 8, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by fell apart came apart and filled with water after about 2 hours June 3, 2014
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