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Body Glove Comfort Top Deck Tube

Item # 711055
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Key Features

  • Shaped tube with more room for two riders

  • Edge-to-edge comfort top covered surface

  • Embossed Hydroglide bottom moves water easily

  • Foam-filled handles for comfortable gripping

Our Price  $119.99
Sale Price  $59.92

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Product Description
body_glove The D-shaped Comfort Top Deck Tube provides more room for 2 riders than traditional round tubes. Edge-to-edge comfort top covered surface is soft and comfortable. Embossed Hydroglide bottom moves the water with less drag. Four sewn-in foam-filled handles are sturdy and easy to grip. Includes one-piece quick connect. 64".

Brand Body Glove
No. of Riders 2
Tube Style Deck
Inflated Size 64" dia.
No. of Handles 4
Tow Points 1 Quick Connect
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Body Glove Comfort Top Deck Tube

(based on 1 review)

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Tube is fun but not for long.

By Todd

from Dover, DE

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Reviewer


  • Easy To Use
  • Safe


  • Flimsy
  • Tenancy To Dive
  • Unreliable

Best Uses

    Comments about Body Glove Comfort Top Deck Tube:

    The good:
    this tube is easy to inflate and deflate, it is comfortable to ride and has good directional control.
    The bad:
    This tube has a tendency to dive if the rider does not keep their weight back, this translates to a dramatic increase in drag and tension loading on from the tow point. My tube developed a small tear at a seam near the tow point after only three uses. I was towing a single rider at the time of the failure.
    How it could be improved:
    I recommend adding volume for buoyancy to the front portion of the tube, this would reduce the dive tendencies and associated tension loading. I would also recommend reinforcement of the area around the tow point.
    I believe that the changes above would make this tube more durable and fun to ride.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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