Reinventing The Wakeboard Tower

Published online: Jan 23, 2013 News
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Aerial Wakeboarding has created the first aftermarket universal wakeboard tower, the WakeWorks F250. Its innovation is compatible for over 90 percent of pontoon boats and boasts a patent-pending mounting feet design, an OEM-style construction, folding frame and a simple installation process.

"We saw a need for an aftermarket tower because other companies have neglected pontoons when they develop product," said PW Brand Rep Paul Pilkerton. "Pontoons have made changes over the years to appeal to younger people by becoming more stylish and edgier. We wanted to make a product that would make them look even better."

With the popularity of pontoon boats on the rise, more owners have reported the difficulty of finding aftermarket upgrades to fit their boat. The WaveWorks F250 is constructed with 2-1/4-inch high-grade polished aluminum and features white LED lighting above each tow point to comply with U.S. Coat Guard standards.

"It's very easy to do install it yourself on the pontoon especially because the mounting locations are more accessible on a pontoon versus a ski boat," said Pilkerton.

Along with being compatible with most pontoons, the F250 is also compatible with most wakeboarding accessories, including a complete line of WakeWorks racks and speakers. Aerial has also announced intentions to release a full bimini top that will provide shade for the entire pontoon in the near future. Pricing, products and more information is available online or over the phone. (www.wakeworks.com/949-916-0602)

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