1. Josh Kogel on March 13, 2021 at 12:24 am

    *_I’ve had various Caddis u-boats over the years, this thing blows them out of the water.><>_**_allmy.tips/FloatTube?nn••_**_ You sit high in the water. Very easy to maneuver. My only (minor) complaint is that the bladder is velcroed into the tube where the valves come out – sometimes it’s a pain to get them to line up properly when filling the boat with air. A minor inconvenience but one you want to make sure you address as the valve won’t close properly and it will leak air._*

  2. Juan Gonzalez on March 13, 2021 at 12:26 am

    took mine out today after being in storage for 2yrs and was perfect had a good time in the water …

  3. Kraft T. on March 13, 2021 at 12:35 am

    I have one that I have had for a couple of years now, stored it away and just took it out today in hopes of getting back into the water again, very soon; The green and red version. There was what it seem to be tiny trimmed hair everywhere inside the box that it was stored in. I took a closer look and all the straps of the tube were deteriorating, it wasn’t hair. If you rub any of the straps, it deteriorate and falls apart in tiny trimmed hair like pieces. By firmly pulling on the straps, they will break and tear apart. Sadly, I decided the straps were no longer usable and just finished cutting them off about 10 minutes ago. My eager to get back into the waters would probably have to wait and I’ll have to work on sewing in a couple straps here in there on the side for usage, at least. The two ropes for the mesh stipping apron were also staled and broke apart upon firm tension, I’ll also have to figure how to make it applicable again. I’m disappointed on the materials used; Especially for the patented straps, that was what this company and this product was known for, what made it unique.

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