Classic Accessories Cumberland Float Tube

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Classic Accessories Cumberland Float Tube -
Backpackable float tube with easy-entry front designSafety Features

Float Tube Specifications




  • Hydrodynamic hull
  • Foam seat and adjustable backrest
  • Rides high for greater visibility
  • Stripping apron with built-in ruler
Ride high without sacrificing stability. An extra-tall foam seat offers improved visibility and casting range, while the hydrodynamic hull provides maximum stability and nimble tracking. The quick-release stripping apron has a ruler for measuring your catch. Rugged 420-denier nylon top with an 1,100-denier PVC bottom for superior abrasion resistance. Packable with adjustable backpack straps for hiking to your favorite stillwater retreat. Customizable cushioned backrest. Puncture-resistant PVC bladder. Horizontal rod holder. Two cargo pockets with double zippers and eight organizer pockets. Mesh cargo deck. Lash tabs and D-rings for external gear storage. Two drink holders. Boston valve for easy inflation/deflation.
Assembled size: 56"L x 47"W x 17-1/2"H.
Weight: 18 lbs.
Weight capacity: 350 lbs.
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My first tube - LOVE it!

I had all kinds of reservations about this move, and did a lot of reading before I bought. This tube had very consistent high marks, so I went with it. I'm so glad I did. This thing is comfortable, stable as heck, and built tough. My favorite pit pond is surrounded by sharp rocks and brush (which is why the fishing rocks.. no one will venture down there). But, no worries - the bottom is like a Zodiac, and the cover is tough as well. Super stable, good storage, rides high; my butt doesn't even get in the water. A double-action pump inflates it in about 10-15 strokes. I get the thing about the carry straps being less than ideal but if you're in shape, you can hike this thing a mile or so no problem. I use a small backpack to carry the pump, fins, booties, etc., strap the rods and boxes on / in the boat, and just use the front strap, two hands overhead. At this price point, it's hard to see how it could be much better.
EAKBasser at Cabelas on 06/02/2013

Great tube

Just bought this and spend a marathon 7 hour session in it on the first day. Excellent tube, roomy, and very comfortable. Carrying it for any stretch is not fun. As stated by others, backpack straps are ineffective and useless. I did manage to carry the tube, a fly rod, a spinning rod, and a cooler in for 1/2 mile hike, but I wouldnt want to do it again. Also, for those of you making the jump from a "donut" style type, do not underestimate the power of the wind in this tube. Because you sit so much higher than you do in the donut, winds that were never very worrisome before are huge obstacles now- In essence, you become a massive sail. The difference is huge. I am now going to have to upgrade to powerfins to be able to fight the wind on my favorite lake. Other than that, this is a great tube. The features are great. My tube did not come with 8 horizontal pocket dividers they mention.
cdhiles at Cabelas on 03/28/2012

cumberland float tube

Best float tube I've ever had. Comfortable and the seat is mostly out of the water.
JEF7 at Cabelas on 07/02/2013

Fishing Wonderland

You sit high in the water, best tube for the buck.
GT at on 12/12/2013

Great for fishing

Love it, easy to use.
Dean at on 04/04/2011


very relaxing and stable
fannin at Cabelas on 07/23/2013