Sportsstuff 4K Booster Ball Towing System

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Beat the heat with the Sportsstuff 4K Booster Ball Towing System from SCHEELS. This system includes everything you need to boost fun, thrills and spills on the water, including the inflatable 4K Booster Ball with a tow rope connected to both sides. That helps keep the tow rope out of the water, improving the performance of most towables and all new DOABLES. This smart system also provides many more benefits, including lower fuel consumption, less stress on the tube and cover, and reduced spray. Effortless towing can be yours.

This system boasts all the quality features you’d expect from a leading water-sports company like Sportsstuff, including an 840-denier nylon cover with zipper, a heavy-gauge PVC bladder and tough 2” webbing. Designed for one- to four-person towables, the system has an overall length of 60’, including the Booster Ball.

Key Enhancements:

  • Reduces rope spray
  • Less stress on tube and cover
  • Great for low transom tow points
  • Higher visibility of tow rope in the water
  • Reduces drag and acts as shock absorber enhancing fuel economy
  • Tow rope is less likely to get caught in water or boat wake especially in turns


  • Self Bailing Drain Vent
  • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladder
  • Designed for 1 to 4 Person Towables
  • Exclusive Patented Speed Safety Valve
  • Double Stitching and Reinforced Stress Points
  • Enhances the performance of all Doables and most regular towables


  • Tough 2 Inch Webbing
  • Dimensions (deflated): 38” x 27”
  • Rope Length: 60ft. (including ball)  
  • 4k Tow Rope 4100 lb. Break Strength
  • Material: 840 Denier Full Nylon Cover with Zipper

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Seems to be a nice ball and tow rope!
Could have had a double attachment to both hooks on boat.
June 16, 2018