Model # 011-2364-00

Internet #100389008

Store SKU #481143

Bootz Industries Aloha 5 ft. Right Hand Drain Soaking Tub in White

Bootz Industries

Aloha 5 ft. Right Hand Drain Soaking Tub in White

  • Porcelain over steel creates beauty and stability
  • Added safety with a slip-resistant bottom
  • Easily install it yourself with the attached support/leveling pad
$135.00 / each
If you buy 10 or more
$114.75 / each
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Product Overview

Soak away the cares of the day in the Bootz Industries Aloha 5 ft. Bathtub. This full-length soaking tub combines the beauty of porcelain with the strength of steel for exceptional performance. The high gloss porcelain finish is resistant to abrasion, burns and discoloration. The tub is easy to clean and offers a slip-resistant surface on the bottom for added safety.

  • Porcelain finish is non porous and easy to clean
  • Attached support/leveling pad makes setting and leveling easy for both DIY and Pro
  • Aloha complies with the buy America act and ASME A112.19-2008/CSA B45.2-2008
  • Porcelain finish is colorfast and maintains original color and high gloss; never discolors or fades like synthetic products
  • Aloha 5 ft. bath tub offers a timeless shape and beauty that goes with any facet or tile combination

Info & Guides

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Basin Length (in.)
Basin Width (in.)
Tub Depth (in.)
Tub Height (in.)


Color Family
Drain Location
Exterior bath shape
Faucet mount
No additional components or accessories are included
Porcelain-Enameled Steel
Maximum Number of Occupants
Tub Installation Type
Tub/Shower Features
Built-In Flange,Slip-Resistant Tub
Water capacity (gallons)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ADA Compliant

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Customer Questions & Answers

There was no leveling pad in the box and the bottom sits a couple of inches above the ground. Am I missing something?

Asked by: Laura
The leveling pad is a thin white styrofoam pad on this model. The bottom is supposed to sit just a couple of inches above the ground -- that's just enough space for a drain to get in there and slope back to your p-trap drain assembly below the level of the subfloor. This styrofoam leveling pad, installed in conjunction with a 2x4 ledger board across the back of the tub at a height of 14 inches (the Bootz Aloha takes a sturdy 2x4, others require a 1x4), helps keeps the top of the tub level from back to front when installed over a level subfloor.
Answered by: BuyerBeware22
Date published: 2017-07-04

My space is 58.5" from drywall to drywall. The tub width is 60". Is there a way to reduce the s...

My space is 58.5" from drywall to drywall. The tub width is 60". Is there a way to reduce the size to make it fit?
Asked by: Jeff
Yes. You need to cut away the drywall and TA-DA... you'll have a 60" opening.
Answered by: Jimm
Date published: 2017-06-06

Is the drain sized for 1.5 inch plumbing or 2 inch?

Asked by: Tere
1.5 inch, standard tub drain assembly
Answered by: BuyerBeware22
Date published: 2017-03-19


Asked by: MAILMAN
The width (side-to-side) is 60 inches. The DEPTH (front-to-back) is 30 inches. With all due respect to the Bootz reply, the only way that the width of this tub would be 30 inches is if the regular entry or exit was from one of the ends of the tub.
Answered by: Sisyphus
Date published: 2017-05-11
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Customer Reviews

Aloha 5 ft. Right Hand Drain Soaking Tub in White is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 63.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My wife and I run a small property business in western Pennsylvania. I am the registered home imp... My wife and I run a small property business in western Pennsylvania. I am the registered home improvement contractor of the outfit, and head up our small work crew. We have quite a bit of experience in bathroom renovation. This is our go-to standard tub for houses and apartment that we are renovating. We typically go with the Bootz Maui when we want a slight size upgrade for a home’s single tub. Usually, it’s the Aloha, and personally, I feel the Aloha is even better made than the Maui. This tub has proven its worth to us. Let me write a bit about steel tubs in general. Steel tubs are stamped out of sheet steel and covered with a thin layer of porcelain, perhaps a third as thick as the porcelain layer on a cast iron tub. Steel tubs weigh much less than cast iron tubs, which start at around 250 pounds for the lightest models. Steel tubs require special care in handling and transport compared with the plastic tubs that they compete against in price. Steel tubs are not as easy to install versus their acrylic and fiberglass competitors. But ultimately, if you know what you’re buying and how to put it in, a porcelain-on-steel tub is a much better value than its competitors. It will outlast cheap acrylic and fiberglass. It will not yellow. It will not fade and become dingy. It will not react to UV light. It will remain easy to clean. It will retain its antimicrobial properties. Perhaps most importantly from my perspective, a steel tub like this will not look like garbage when paired with a well-built ceramic tile surround ten or fifteen years down the line. Chips in the porcelain coating can be repaired easily with enamel repair kits and pens. Large areas of the coating itself are very hard to compromise through regular use. For all these advantages, there are few things you have to be aware of when you buy one of these tubs from a place like The Home Depot versus a specialized plumbing supply place. The stock and supply clerks handle all kinds of tubs. For clerks in a hurry who maybe sell one of these every month, it doesn’t always make sense that steel tubs in a largely anonymous box have to be handled differently from plastic tubs in much the same box. So when you buy one of these, go to the store with a roll of sealing tape in your hand and a box razor in your pocket. Explain ahead of time that you are going to have to inspect the tub completely before you accept it. Cut around the top section to remove the printed oval. Inspect the interior of the tub carefully. Then cut away carefully to check the flanges and the apron. Use the tape to put the box back together again. Do not buy the tub unless you are willing to go through with this step, under the eyes of store clerks who really won’t have patience with you unless you explain to them ahead of time exactly what you’re doing and why. They deal with all kinds of people every day over many different products. They can’t be expected to know why you’re destroying the box of a tub like this if you just go at it with no communication. If you find a flawed tub, check the rest of the stock. Be patient. Do not assign blame. Act like a pro if you are being paid to put this in for someone else. Act like a prepared and informed consumer if you’re buying this for yourself...but if your chosen installer knowingly sent you to Home Depot to pick up one of these tubs and didn’t warn you of these selection and transport realities ahead of time, you should think about finding a different installer. If you know how to insulate and install a tub like this, you already know all this. If you don’t, you should learn before you buy this tub, rather than as you go. There are a lot of great videos on YouTube. There are even better home improvement manuals that you can buy in Home Depot or elsewhere. Bootz makes a variant of these tubs with additional coatings which improve noise and heat insulation and make these easier to transport and install. The Bootzcast and Mauicast tubs are really a great value, and I highly recommend them, especially for DIYers. In closing, this is a great tub. It’s not an optimal DIY product. But if you handle and install it correctly, you’re going to get real value for your money.
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Complete garbage. this is the third Bootz tub I've bought against my better judgement for rental properties. Each time there have been major defects despite the box looking perfect. This last one I opened up and examine quickly at the store but of course I couldn't see the bottom corner until I got it to the house and fully unboxed it. I'm absolutely disgusted once again. extremely thin porcelain that is chipped in several very visible places. In one of the photos you can see how extremely thin it is, you can barely feel the scratch but that is bare metal showing which will undoubtedly rust shortly after use. the bottom corner is fully devoid porcelain.
Date published: 2017-03-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I spend one half hour each way driving to the... I spend one half hour each way driving to the closest Home Depot. Pay men o get tub out of van into house. Open box and porcelain finish is junk. Have to pay men to reload tub into van. Drive to HD again. Have men open box in store. Another tub in store was junk. Why sell these?
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product for the price. I purchased this in bisque and it was perfect. No defects, knick, sc... Great product for the price. I purchased this in bisque and it was perfect. No defects, knick, scratches as I've seen some other post. I am very pleased and will recommend.
Date published: 2017-07-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bought this online from Home Depot. They shipped it direct to my home. It was chipped & bent upon... Bought this online from Home Depot. They shipped it direct to my home. It was chipped & bent upon arrival, so I called and asked for a replacement. They don't exchange, so I returned it and was told to call customer service for a discount when I reordered. I did this, the service tech had no clue what I was talking about, but did give me ten percent off and free shipping. Got the new tub, only checked the corners for chips & bends. Bad idea. Due to unforeseen delays, we've had it too long to return. It has a significant chip and bend in the back flange that we are disguising with caulk. Decent tub for the price, but DO NOT get it shipped to you.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This is the second time i have used this tub in a remodel of my own home. Of course it is a cheap... This is the second time i have used this tub in a remodel of my own home. Of course it is a cheap tub, but if installed well it will be fine, but warning: the porcelain is easily damaged! This time I looked through the whole inventory at home depot to find an undamaged tub. When it came time to put the tub in place, we still found a sizeable chip on the tub skirt. Promptly reported it to the store, but got NO response from management. Beware, you must completely remove the tub from the box and inspect it carefully. aslo, you may easily damage one if you drop the smallest tool on it!
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great economical replacement tub Replaced a old cast iron monster with this tub. I am very pleased with the results having used it for over 6 months now. Cleaning is a breeze. Just be sure to use the recomended products and you will get no staining on the non slip surface. Also a install tip. Before you set the tub wrap and stuff all the sides with insulation such as Owens Corning pink fiberglass. This not only will keep the heat in when you fill it with water but also makes the tub super quiet so you don't get the noise of the steel. Makes it sound like a heavy cast iron tub. I strongly recommend this tip. You'll be glad you did it.
Date published: 2012-04-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I was satisfied with the tub. However, the plumber who installed it was surprised it didn't come ... I was satisfied with the tub. However, the plumber who installed it was surprised it didn't come with what was needed to hook it up to drain. Also, I was a bit irritated that I paid $135 online for it, and when I went back to view it, the "Recently Viewed Items" page brought it up with the price of $126! I printed it out as proof, if anything can be done about the cost.
Date published: 2017-06-13
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