The ultimate setup Barefoot International W2923 Tower and W2927 Tower Extension is the strongest wakeboard tower you can add to your boat that can pull multiple tubers, skiers, or anything your boat can tow out of the water with the w2927 Tower Extension that raises the pull of the rope to 14 feet!
“What Is The Only Wakeboard Tower That You Can Add To Your Boat That Is Strong Enough To Pull Multiple Tubers… Or Anything Else?”
“The Pro X Series Cross-Bar Tower”
“Our Built-In Cross-Bar Doubles as a Board Rack and Guarantees That It Will Never Vibrate Loose”
We were shocked to find out that Wakeboard towers worldwide were going loose simply from
*rough water* shaking the tower…
We decided to design a Wakeboard Tower that would NEVER go loose.
After researching what caused wakeboard towers to fail, we found out that pulling tubers from the tower *accelerated* the process of going loose because of the unique multi-directional forces.
Our Pro X Series Cross-Bar Tower Is The World’s Strongest Tower and It Is the Only Wakeboard Tower That Can Handle Rough Water, Multiple Tubers, and Anything Else that Your Boat Can Pull Out of The Water.
“If your boat can pull it out of the water…
our Pro X Series Cross-Bar Tower CAN handle it without ever going loose.”
We have the ONLY wakeboard tower in the world you can add to your
boat that is guaranteed for life to never go loose. We also have the only tower that is
guaranteed to pull multiple tubers or anything else your boat can pull out of the water!
If you haven’t talked to Mike “The Tower Guy” Seipel, you should.
He knows more about wakeboard towers than anyone else in the world.
Contact [email protected]
The Barefoot International Tower Extension we call the “Super Fly High” is the ultimate tower accessory which is now used in all barefoot tournaments due to its amazing safety and upward pull that makes you feel 60% lighter than being pulled by a regular ski pylon!
Here are two other videos if you have not seen them:
“How To Crack ANY OTHER Wakeboard Tower”
“Strongest Tower Installation Tutorial”