| Submitted by: Micharl on 2015-03-14
Summary: I first tried this paddle board last summer after having used numerous other brands. I live near a large lake with smaller 1 to 2 foot waves and boy was the board a blast! It's versatile enough to ride the waves smoothly while handling great in flat water tours. What'unique about this board is its ability to serve so many needs in the water. Whether I want to attempt a long trip across our lake or navigate through the rivers and streams, this board holds up. Finally, Tower has fantastic customer service and gives reliable information. Unfortunately, because money is tight in our family I am only able to rent them out to use but I hope someday I will be a to buy one of my own to share with my wife and son!
Pros: Weight, durability, and handling!
Usage: All of the above!
Submitted by: dlk12758 on 2015-01-14
Summary: A beginner SUP, one that you can grow with. Great on calm waters, yet stable in waves up to 3ft. They say it will float up to a 250 lb paddler.
Pros: Weight, easily handled by one person compared to other boards.
Submitted by: Andrea S. on 2014-03-28
Summary: I found the Tower Fit to be a versatile, lightweight and sturdy board. The nose has enough lift to prevent a nosedive in moderate surf, but I could envision needing a more surf-friendly board as I progress as a surfer. It handled quite well on flat water, but I would prefer a bit less volume while surfing. As a SUP novice, I feel that this board is a good choice as an affordable, first board.
Pros: Weight, length, width, durability
Cons: Volume, nose
Usage: Flatwater, surfing