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Great looks and a thin profile are the standout features of the Tower Swagger. Includes a 9'10" by 32" by 4" inflatable SUP, a high-end Tower branded diamond grooved deck pad with a rear kick tail, a 2+1 fin configuration with a removable center fin, a hand hold strap, a roll-up carrying strap, a towing ring on the nose, and a leash attachment ring on the tail. This board is great for kids and petite adults. For full size adults, we recommend the 6" Tower Adventurer SUP.

NOTE: Hand Pump & Paddle Sold Separately

List Price: $1,000.00
Our Price: $1,000.00


Availability: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Business Days
Product Code: BD-TWR-SKNY


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Introducing the Tower Swagger Inflatable SUP

The Quick Overview

The skinny on the Tower Swagger Inflatable SUP is that thinner is a better inflatable option in the surf zone and for petite riders. While our 6" thick Tower Adventurer is the better option for 8 out of 10 stand up paddle boarders (and arguably the best inflatable SUP on the market), the 4" Swagger Inflatable SUP is what you're looking for if you're just using the board for surfing. It's the ideal paddle surfing SUP traveler! Additionally, it's a better choice for petite riders and kids as the extra rigidity and flotation of our 6" Tower Adventurer is a bit overkill for them.

A wider 4" Inflatable SUP Design

Whereas most 4" inflatable SUPs have a width of 30 inches, the Tower Swagger features a more stable 32" width. The truth that most won't tell you is that all 4" SUPs sag in the middle and ride low in the water for all but very petite riders. The Tower Swagger is better than most on that front due to extra flotation added by the width and the fact that you can inflate them up to 11 PSI. Still, we still recommend most people go with the 6" Tower Adventurer inflatable SUP unless you're petite or just using it for surfing. If you're surfing, the bend actually works in your favor on the face of a wave as the board bends a bit with the wave. Additionally, as the 4" board sinks more it tends to absorb all of the little side wave action better than the 6" Tower Adventurer which tends to float up and over every little side wave.

Benefits of the an Inflatable SUP over EPS/Epoxy board

  • Easier to store - When rolled up, it's 1 foot in diameter and 33" wide.
  • Nearly indestructible - Never worry again about dings and board cracks. I've literally thrown these things off a 2nd story deck and I frequently set it down anywhere (gravel, a parking lot, even on cement stairs).
  • Easier to transport - No need for roof racks. About the size of a rolled sleeping bag, it easily fits in any car or boat, and can even be strapped onto a bicycle or motorcycle. It will easily fit in the overhead compartment on a plane.
  • Softer - You can literally play bumper boats with these. Kids can jump from one board to the other like they're jumping on an inner tube. You won't get knocked out in the waves either.
  • Easy on the feet - While very rigid, the air does cushion your feet a lot more than a hard board, no matter how good the deck pad is.
  • Less expensive - Which also makes it a great idea as a second board for travel or guests.

Warning - Beware of cheap inflatable SUP packages

The Tower Swagger Inflatable SUP is amazingly priced because we sell it direct. It's a high-end, well designed, and well considered inflatable SUP, but at a direct to market price. Please don't confuse it with many of the cheap inflatable SUP packages on the market, which are characterized by many issues including:

  • Poorly designed detachable fins that frequently fall off during use.
  • Ridiculously short 3-piece paddles of questionable quality that are "bundled in", yet essentially useless.
  • Cheap bags that are "bundled in", yet you'll never use. A simple strap works fine.
  • Cheapest available, uncomfortable traction pads.
  • Questionably designed inflation pumps that come apart.
  • Pressure gauges that are not integrated into the pump, so you have to pump, detach, check inflation, pump, detach, check, etc.
  • Lack of a surf leash attachment or towing attachment.

The amazing Inflatable SUP


Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 7 Add your review

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
Nice board! I-SUP(swagger 4") Here's a few tips.. July 29, 2013
Review by: www.MtBcondo.com from Bend, OR  
First off, I'm 5'10" 155lbs male.  The board does not bend while on it but feet may get a little wet.  Shipping took a week.  Like other's have said, no instructions but watch youtube video.  Ordered the pump and "economy" paddle, both are great!  This is my 2nd time paddleboarding and the paddle and board will suit me fine, great value.  There is maintenance needed on the pump to make it last, like oiling and air filter cleaning, instructions are on the pump label.  11psi is what the board should be pumped to, ON-SITE!  DO NOT PUMP HIGHER THAN 2-5 PSI before heading to higher elevation as the psi will raise with altitude and being in the sun.  I plan to take the board with me to Hawaii and am looking for a non-oversized bag to hold the 34" wide rolled board without going over the 62 linear inches checked baggage requirement.  Looks like a "catcher's bag" may work?

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Swagger 9'10 July 15, 2013
Review by: KJ from Philadelphia  
First, the shipping was super fast.  The Swagger is everything they say it is. At 150lbs, I was able to use this in flat water. Not stable enough for yoga or anything, but I was able to tandem paddle in flat water with my neice onboard. It is easy enough to setup and pack. Maybe not recomened for a full size person just starting out in SUP. Very fun to use. Worth the $$.

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Excellent! July 8, 2013
Review by: Renee from Snellville, GA United States  
Tower Paddle Boards are the BEST!  We now own two of them and love every minute we get to spend on the water.  Our two boys both love SUP and it really brings our family together.  These boards are amazing in that they fit perfectly into our RV and inflate very easily once we get to our campsite.  They are so stable and durable, I can't ever imagine owning any other board.  Shipping was extremely fast and the price can't be beat.  Thank you for all the memories we've made and have yet to make!

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Swagger inflatable board August 13, 2012
Review by: Marco Caracappa from Colts neck, NJ United States  
I am 5'11 180lbs this board holds my weight perfect. Let me start off saying ORDER the pump!! When I ordered the board the pump was unavailable and I used another brand pump which was incapable of reading psi. With the tower pump you will be able to pump to 10-11 psi which will make the board rock hard! Before proper inflation it was merely impossible to stand up on.. After getting the right pump i was surprised how easily it held my weight. I can keep up with all my friends on the lake and river it has plenty of speed and tracking. My Friends 1500+ dollar board is easier to stand up on but the quality is basically the same and tower boards. I love being able to deflate my board and store it in my smart car. No one could even tell my board was inflatable until I deflated it. I tried surfing it and it performed really well.. But I recommend taking the board out on flat water first before killing yourself in the surf.  I would recommend this board to anyone that wants an affordable sup.

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Fun Board May 30, 2012
Review by: Justin from Elk River, MN United States  
Has performed good so far.  The sub 10'board is very stable and maneuverable.

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