Will be back in Stock in Late July
D-Ring attachment for Tower inflatable stand up paddle boards.
This price includes one d-ring and one tube of PVC adhesive glue.
We include a tube of glue with each D-ring order, up to 1 tube per 4 D-rings.
Diameter: 3 1/2"
Looking for fun new ways to customize your inflatable sup with accessories? Look no further than our d-ring attachment. With a d-ring added on, you can drag your paddle board behind your boat while out on the sea. Easily tie together multiple boards. Anchor your board to a dock, or attach a sandbag to a d ring located on the bottom of board to anchor in the water while not in use. Tow a separate paddleboard behind you with all your fishing and camping gear. The possibilities are endless.
D-rings can be attached to any spot on our inflatable paddle boards. Since our isup's outer layer is made completely out of PVC material, the PVC adhesive glue that we send with you d-ring will work anywhere on the board, even on the boards bottom side.
Our older model boards such as the Adventurer 9'10, Kawasaki 10'4, iRace, and the Xplorer all do not come with a bungee net on board, but do not worry, adding one yourself is very easy! First you will need 4 d-rings and the PVC adhesive glue that they come with. We then recommend measuring out a square (a bit more like a trapezoid actually) and marking the spots where you want your bungee cord. We recommend putting two as wide as possible, while still remaining a flat surface, right above the eva foam deck pad, and another two 7 inches further up the board, again making sure its on the flatter surface of the board. Gluing the d-rings on this flatter surface will be easier than gluing them on the side of the board where it starts to curl.
We unfortunately do not sell bungee straps, so you will have to buy supply your own. They can easily be found at local DIY and home improvement stores for very cheap. You will need at least 3 feet of bungee to make the netting. Take the opposite ends and feed one through either side of the d rings located closer to the foam deck pad. Then feed the bungee diagonally through the further d-rings, and connect the two in the middle of the top d rings by tying a firm knot. Make sure your bungee is firm, but stretchy enough to fit any gear within. Cut off any extra bungee around the tied knot if there is excess.
(Typically easier when board is inflated to 10+ PSI):
1. Prep the area by cleaning the surface with rubbing alcohol.2. Apply the provided glue to the outer perimeter of the d-ring, about 1/5" from the outer edge (so the glue does not ooze out the side).3. Put the d-ring in the desired location and apply continuous pressure, a spoon works well. For best results use a book or a heavy object and leave it applying pressure to the d ring overnight. 4. Wait 24 hours before use.