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Adventurer 2 Inflatable Paddle Board Package


Start new adventures with the Tower Adventurer 2 inflatable 10'4" stand-up paddle board package. It’s got great looks and a smarter design at an unbeatable consumer-direct price!

The Adventurer 2 is the sequel to one of the most popular inflatable paddle boards worldwide, the 9-foot-10 Adventurer. The Adventurer 2 is 6 inches longer so it can hold more weight, and it has a more streamlined nose to help increase gliding speed. The Adventurer 2 also adds an extra handle on the nose and tail for easy carrying as well as a cargo net up front for securing items onboard.


Full Package Includes

  • One (1) Hand Pump with PSI Pressure Gauge
  • One (1) 3-Piece Adjustable Fiberglass SUP Paddle
  • One (1) Adventurer 2 10'4" Inflatable Paddle Board
  • One (1) 9" Hook & Pin Center Fin
  • One (1) iSUP Repair Kit
  • One (1) Five Hour Workday Book

NOTE: You can buy this board only without the pump and paddle. Buy the board only option

The Most Trusted Brand in SUP, Tower

  • 2-Year 'Hassle-Free' Warranty
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Weight: 25 lbs

Dimensions: 10'4" length by 32 width by 6 thickness

Volume: Unknown exactly, but probably 300 Liters plus

Weight Capacity: Up to 400 lbs

Nose Rocker: 4 inches

Tail Rocker: No tail rocker

Fin Configuration: 2+1 plastic fins, with large detachable center fin

Onboard Accessories: Carrying handle, rear surf leash d-ring

Included External Accessories: A detachable SUP center fin, a Tower branded deck pad. Repair kit comes with patches and valve wrench (glue is to be sourced locally)

Construction: Double layer, hand-glued 6" thick iSUP construction. High-pressure inflatable (Tested safe to 20 PSI, but only 10-12 PSI is necessary for optimal performance)

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TOWER Classic

PREMIUM Series Paddle Boards

The ORIGINAL invention by Tower in 2011 that disrupted the entire SUP industry, the world’s first 6” thick inflatable paddle boards. We increased iSUP thickness by 50%, which increased rigidity by 325%. Suddenly, you could enjoy the convenience and portability of an inflatable SUP with the stability and speed of a hard board. The SUP industry went from less than 1% inflatable paddle boards to over 90% today as every brand eventually copied our innovation.

We’re still one of the few brands who uses hand glued double layer construction, the gold standard of quality, which is critical when you want maximum rigidity and durability in a 6” inflatable SUP.

Tower Inflatable SUPs offer a superior experience compared to hard paddle boards - they're more fun, safe, durable, convenient, easy to store and transport, and economical. Our 6" thick inflatable paddle boards have become the market leader for these reasons.
Tower’s design approach prioritizes function and simplicity, creating a visual that is elegant, timeless, and impactful. Tower customers are a discerning, stylish group.
The Premium Series uses a double layered, hand glued construction that competitors are unwilling to do since it requires more time and expense to produce. No corners cut here. You get ultimate durability and a 2 year warranty.

Tower iSUPs have received accolades all over the internet for well over a decade. The luxury magazine Robb Report titled one of our Premium Series iSUPs as the #1 SUP worldwide.

Double Layer, Hand Glued Quality

6” thick | 325% more rigid
This is the gold standard technique in SUP production and a proven technology with over 10 years of market presence. These boards last the longest in the industry, by far. Labor intensive and not inexpensive, if you want the best, this is what you get. These have a deck thickness of 2.2mm, versus 1.4mm in fusion construction, and 0.7mm in single layer. A few pounds heavier, but that gets you loads of added rigidity and durability.

Inflatable Paddle Board FAQ

How do I inflate an inflatable SUP board?

iSUP packages come with a high-pressure hand pump with a special H3 valve and a PSI gauge. It takes about 5-7 minutes to fully inflate your iSUP to the 10-12 PSI we recommend. They are safe to inflate up to about 20 PSI as a safety precaution so you don’t overinflate, but 10-12 PSI is all that’s necessary. Optionally, you can buy an electric pump where you set the desired inflation PSI level, hit start and it does the rest.

What PSI do I inflate my inflatable SUP to?
We recommend 10-12 PSI for optimal performance. Our iSUPs are safe to inflate up to about 20 PSI as a safety precaution so you don’t overinflate, but 10-12 PSI is all that’s necessary on Tower boards as they are by design made with quality construction that is very rigid even at lower PSI inflation levels.
How do I install the center fin on my iSUP?
It’s very easy and secure. All current Tower iSUPs use what’s called a hook & pin center fin, where you hook the front base of the fin over a catch in the fin box, slide it back as far as you can by tapping the fin with your hand which will align the rear fin base catch over the hole in the fin box which you simply insert the tethered pin fin thru. Just reverse the steps for fin removal.
Can I use an electric pump with my iSUP?

Yes, you can use a special high-pressure electric pump suitable for inflatable paddle boards. It will have the required H3 valve. You simply set the desired PSI, hit start, and it will auto-inflate the board. Note, most “inflatable” product pumps won’t cut it as they are not specialized high-pressure pumps, so you will need to buy a pump specifically for high-pressure inflatable SUPs. Additionally, while many people will try to use an air compressor jimmy rigged with an H3 valve, it is extremely easy to overinflate your iSUP this way and blow apart the seams. You board will be ruined. Obviously, use of any compressors voids your warranty.

How do I deflate an iSUP?
When you open the valve cap on the rear deck of your iSUP, you will see a yellow valve stem button. You deflate your iSUP by depressing that valve stem button and twisting it clockwise to lock it in the down position. This valve stem acts as a toggle between a one-way valve when it’s in the up position and a two-way valve when it’s in the down position. Use the valve stem up position when inflating your board so you can inflate and then remove the pump without the air rushing out. Use the valve stem down position when deflating your board. Air will rush out vigorously, and you roll the board from the other end to push air out as you roll it up for storage.
How durable is my iSUP?
Inflatable paddle boards are made of military grade PVC similar to what you find on commercial river rafts. You can run them up on the rocks just fine without damaging them. In fact, one of the key benefits of inflatable SUPs over hardboards is that iSUPs are nearly indestructible. We don’t recommend you do this, but we’ve run over Tower iSUPS with a car while they are inflated and they don’t miss a beat. They are also extremely durable when deflated and rolled up so you don’t really need a protective bag at all.
How long does my inflatable SUP hold air?
We keep our fleet of inflatable SUP boards for our demos inflated for months at a time and they never really seem to lose air. Even though most people think of inflating and deflating their inflatable SUP every time they go out, what a lot of people end up doing is just keeping it inflated. The beauty of these boards is really that they are nearly indestructible (when compared to an EPS/Epoxy boards that are prone to getting nicked up). The ability to deflate them, roll them up, and transport them in a tight space is often times only an occasional thing and sometimes an afterthought on these inflatable boards.
What iSUP accessories do you recommend?

Our most popular accessory is an electric pump as not everyone enjoys the pre-workout that inflating your paddle board represents. Once people get into the paddle boarding regularly, a carbon fiber paddle is a nice upgrade over the 3-piece fiberglass travel paddles that are included in our iSUP packages. iSUP backpacks are always a handy accessory if you travel a lot. And lastly, if you paddle in shallow water like rivers frequently, a 6” deep river fin is a nice alternative to have over the standard 9” SUP fin.

Extended Product Content

Adventurer 2 Performance Chart
Adventurer 2 iSUP Performance Chart
Amazing Rigidity and Durability

The Adventurer 2 ISUP is made from extremely rugged materials like those you’d find on the highly regarded Zodiac boats and extreme river rafts.

The amazing rigidity in the Adventurer 2 is created by the air pump expanding thousands of vertically oriented strands of identical length that connect the top deck to the bottom. This fiber technology is called drop-stitching, and it aids in the inflation process. A common misconception about inflatable paddle boards is that the interior of the board is solely air, but that’s not true with a Tower Paddle Boards SUP. The Adventurer 2 has interior fibers that expand once air is pumped in, which help inflate the board to its peak performance more quickly and with less air. When the board is inflated, these fibers form a structure that has the rigidity of a piece of plywood, and the thicker you inflate it, the more rigid it gets.

You can literally put the front tip of this Tower 10-foot paddle board on one chair and the rear tip on another chair and have a 200-pound person stand in the middle, and you’ll barely even see any flexing. Do this with most 4-inch inflatable SUPs and the middle will slouch almost to the floor. Even 3/4-inch plywood flooring would probably break over this almost-10-foot span.

A Viable EPS/Epoxy Board Alternative: We’re Not Kidding!

Traditionally, inflatable SUPs were only a consideration for traveling and easier storage. But thanks to the rigidity of the Tower Adventurer 2 10-foot paddle board, an inflatable SUP is now also a viable EPS/epoxy board alternative. Its performance in open-water environments is as good as, if not better than, traditional stand-up paddle boards. No longer will you have to worry about dings and dents on your paddle board. Our SUP boards are able to take a beating and still stay watertight!

But don’t take our word for it: Check out our inflatable paddle board reviews.

Benefits of an Inflatable SUP Over an EPS/Epoxy Board
  • Easier to Store: When rolled up, it’s 1 foot in diameter and 33 inches wide. You can save space and store one in the cubby cabin on a boat, take it with you on the plane worldwide, or haul it to your favorite secret mountain lake or river.
  • Softer and Safer: You can play bumper boats with these inflatable paddle boards, and kids can jump from one board to another like they’re jumping on an inner tube. You won’t get knocked out in the waves, either.
  • Less Expensive: The low prices of our ISUPs mean that you can order an extra one to keep on hand as a second board for travel or guests.
  • Indestructible: Tower inflatable SUPs have been tested by being thrown off of three-story buildings, and they can even withstand being set down on gravel.
  • Easier to Transport: There’s no need for roof racks. These ISUPs are about the size of a rolled sleeping bag, can easily fit in any car or boat, can be checked on a plane, and can even be strapped onto a bicycle or motorcycle.
  • Easy on the Feet: While they are very rigid, the air does cushion your feet a lot more than a hard board, no matter how good the deck pad is.

Warning: Beware of Cheap Inflatable SUP Packages

Be wary of new boards made with a “fused process.” While they may be lighter, they lose rigidity and durability in this newer construction process. They are lower-quality boards overall, and they’re characterized by issues including:

  • Poorly designed detachable fins that frequently fall off during use
  • Cheap bags that are bundled in that you’ll never use
  • A seriously annoying sagging issue that leads to wet feet
  • Cheap, uncomfortable traction pads
  • A 4-inch thickness not suitable flotation-wise for heavier paddlers
  • 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

Don’t settle for less than the best inflatable SUP on the market. Buy the Adventurer 2 at a low consumer-direct price today!

Diagram of Double Layer Hand Glued iSUP Construction
Double Layer Hand Glued iSUP Construction Diagram

The Reviews Are In!

Customer Reviews

Based on 354 reviews
Nicolas Terzani
Lasted 7 years! Awesome quality

I bought 1 in 2016 and and one in 2017. The older one failed after 7 years. Well above my expectations. I kept them good always deflated after use and rinsed. The 6 yo still going. Just bought a new one.. company has great support and offers fare deals. Would never buy anything else.

manoj palunes
Great paddle board!

Love taking this out to the river. I was at first skeptical of it holding 2 people because it doesn't look that big, but it was able to fit both me and my partner (combined weight 250lbs) on this adventurer 2 board.
I'm able to (kind of) carry this on my bike if I strap it to the front pizza rack that I have on it, but it is a bit tricky. The board fits super easily onto my toyota corolla though, with plenty of room to spare in the trunk.

I got it on a black friday sale for a decent price too, and my amex cc also had a special for $100 more off! Pretty decent deal. I would recommend this board.

2nd tower

It's by 2nd power this type the last one lasted five years with regular use. As long as I can buy one it's the only paddle board that I would consider. 5 star

J. Johnson
Blow Up Paddle Board - 10'4" Adventurer 2

I found that a Texsport 25"x 42" canvas duffle bag works perfectly for transportation and storing purposes. I bought for use at a vacation home in the Caribbean it was highly recommended by a friend that loves hers so I bought two. She did say the black area you stand on can get a little hot for bare feet so maybe wear water shoes or just keep it cool by splashing water on it. She still loves hers after a couple of years of use and said it was very durable and has had no problems with it. I have not used it yet (insert sad face) so I can't comment on my experience with the board or pump yet.

Great sturdy board!

Love this board! I’ve tried a few inflatable‘s and this one is definitely more sturdy and better for cruising. The weight of the board is also balanced which makes it easier to carry. Very satisfied I am happier than I even expected!


I bought the Adventurer 2 at the beginning of summer and waited until fall to review it. I am super impressed. Good quality, easy to transport, easier than expected to inflate. The quality of the paddle in particular is great! Two minor drawbacks: 1.The strap feels very cheap. I tried to use it to haul the rolled-up board around initially, and while this is a great way to carry it, the strap shortness and thinness and the dull teeth on the buckle made it difficult. 2. The hose on the pump is always flailing around awkwardly, as is the top handle for the pump. A simple little 'grabber' for the hose, and lock switch for the handle would be game changers! Apart from this, really happy with the quality for the price. I've had 3 friends purchase Tower Boards this summer too and all have been equally impressed. The only thing they've all mentioned is wishing the cargo net on the front of the Adventurer 2 were a feature on all the boards.

Great Board

After all the reading on Tower paddle board, I believe I had found a good board. Although we haven't tried on actual water, we did play around with it in our pool. Here are our comment:

1. The paddle does float in water. But on top section of the paddle don't drain easily. Wish they drill an small hole to have water leak out. After our playing around, the water got in the tube and don't drain out.
2. Bag - For the package, I wish they include a bag. Had to buy one.

Reed Bradt
Adventure 2 Paddle Board

Just purchased an Adventure 2 SUP paddle board. This thing is AWESOME, inflated it and was amazed at how ridged the board is. Received it on a Wednesday and was out on the lake Saturday.....ALL DAY. It is extremely light weight, so picking it up was super easy. I was able to stay balanced on it very easily due to its very sturdy construction. I had to give it up after about an hour to my 8 year old because she wanted to try it. 3 min later she was standing up and paddling around like a pro. So now I see a second purchase in the near future!!!!

Amazing board

The Adventurer 2 is an awesome board, easy to transport and doesn’t take long to air up using the hand pump. I’ve used it out on the lake multiple times and I love it. Very stable and moves great on the water.

Amazing board

The Adventurer 2 is an awesome board, easy to transport and doesn’t take long to air up using the hand pump. I’ve used it out on the lake multiple times and I love it. Very stable and moves great on the water.