Cabela's Tuff Coat Non-Skid Coating

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Cabela's Tuff Coat Non-Skid Coating -
Increase the traction on the bottom of your duck boat, blind or dock and gain a sure footing the next time you head out in the frosty, rain-soaked wetlands with this easy-to-apply liner. Made from a recycled rubber compound, this highly durable coating also places a protective film over the metal of your boat's floor to muffle the noise of dropped items and scuffling feet when you're preparing for a shot. The nonflammable, chemical-resistant layer lasts for years in harsh, cold conditions and is even resistant to the corrosive effects of saltwater environments. Simple, two-step roll-on application.


  • Great for utility trailer beds
  • Works great on boat and pontoon floors
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Cabela's Tuff Coat Non-Skid Coating Reviews:


Cabela's Tuff Coat Non-Skid

I researched this product and several others on the Internet. I desided to give Cabela's Tuff Coat Non-Skid a try. (Yes... I read ALL 57 reviews posted here). I used Tuff coat on the inside deck and floor of my 1965, 17' Boston Whaler. I prepped the flat surface by sanding with 100 grit. I then prepped the non skid by using a wire brush (lots of fun). Finally a nice acid tone wipe down. The next stage was a strong base primmer intended for fiberglass and marine steal structures. After a day for the primmer to dry I started coverage. The mixing was not a hard as other reviews stated. I follow one guys advice and went to my local paint store to use there mixer. Then when I started application I mixed for another few minutes with a drill till I could see rubber was suspended in the paint. This product covered nicely on the flat surfaces in the bow. The deck did require a bit more product to cover the nonskid. I had enough in one gallon can too cover the entire floor, flat fore deck and top rail with TWO coats. I still have 1/ 6 the of the can left. Every time I poured more into the paint tray I mixed the gallon can again. I also used there suggested roller witch I think is a must. My conclusion is.... This is a easy to uses... pricier... product with a great out come.
Camper1026 at Cabelas on 09/03/2011

Good Stuff if you use it correctly

We are about to start duck season #4 with the Tuff Coat in our Jon boat. We have a few spot where it is peeling up and I need to recoat some of the ribs however, this stuff has been great in reducing the slipping & sliding that comes with hunting out of a small (14-ft) Aluminum boat that is used in salt marshes, tidal creeks as well as Cypress gum swamps with dog(s). This boat sits outside all year so it takes a beating. So far so good. Down side: The "Olive Green" is Not, it looks like the stuff my lap puked up: more of a bright Pea Green. The tan is pretty good. mixing them ended up with a much better overall color.
Priming the surface is a must & it takes some work to get a good coating of the rubber.
Good side: non slip surface & you can paint over it with spray cans to cover the non Olive green & camo the boat out. I will be buying another can soon for touch up work!
WebFootKiller at Cabelas on 11/14/2012

Quality Product

Non-skid coating covers well and seems to stick to the floor. I didn't use the primer that is suggested because they didn't have it at the local Cabela's, but the exterior primer that I bought at the hardware store seemed to work just fine. The only problem I had with this product is that I bought the "olive" color to match the paint on my boat, but the paint was more of a "sea-foam green": color so I had to buy some exterior paint that matched my boat in order for it to look good.
deltahunter555 at Cabelas on 09/12/2012

No problems-looks fabulous!!

Refurbished a 22' Pontoon with Aluminum deck. Primed with suggested primer-2 coats. Applied tuff coat with suggested roller and followed the directions to a T !! Absolutely no problems with the product. Color is exactly as described. This is a laborious, time consuming project and definitely not for those who like to take short cuts or do projects half way..I followed the manufacturers instructions and am so very pleased with the outcome. Boat looks better than ever....You won't be disappointed :)
Captain1213 at Cabelas on 06/04/2013