- Adjustable comfort seat
- Graduated foot wells
- 2 Flush mount rod holders
- Rear round hatch
- Large bow and stern well for storage
- Front, rear and side carry handles
- Front and rear bungees
- Molded-in cup holders
|Tandem or Single?||Single|
|Length||124 in - 315 cm|
|Width||31 in - 79 cm|
|Height||13.25 in - 33.7 cm|
|Capacity||300 lbs - 136 kg|
|Weight||47.4 lbs - 21.5 kg|
Customer Reviews (2)
- First kayakReview by Blacksheep6
- Stable little kayakReview by DanP928
Another plus is the comfort of the seat, my butt still felt great even after an all-day trip. I would advise a cheap cushion or towel to prevent the seat from getting hot in the sun when parked. If you're looking for a good, low-priced kayak with great stability then buy this one. (Posted on 6/13/2016)
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Q & A
Q1: Can I buy a spray skirt for my Kayak? If so, where?
A1: Only sit-in kayaks can accept spray skirts, but not all of them do. It all depends on the size of the cockpit and the shape of the lip. Some cockpit dimensions are shown on the product detail page. If you don’t see your cockpit dimensions, you can use a tape measure and check the width and length of your cockpit including the lip. To purchase spray skirts, please visit www.sealsskirts.com.
Q2: Regarding the «weight capacity» to a specific kayak, is there a general rule that applies whether it should suit me or not?
A2: The weight capacity stated on the kayak documentation represent the maximum weight the kayak can hold to be fully usable. For a more comfortable ride, always look for a kayak that has a weight capacity approximately 30 to 40lbs above your actual weight. It’s even more important for sit-on top kayaks as the closer you are to the weight limit, the deeper will the line of floatation be, resulting in more water coming into the kayak from the scupper holes.
Q3: Where do I find the Serial/Warranty #?
A3: Your kayak’s serial number is located behind the seat or on the rear left hand side (when looking at your kayak from the front). Please use this number in order to register your kayak on the Registration section of our website.
Q4: What is the best way to store my kayak?
A4: The ideal way to store a kayak is to sit it on a flat surface. If your kayak remains outdoors, you should keep it covered and out of direct sunlight. Do not leave any straps tightly clinched around your kayak for long periods, especially in warm weather. This could distort the shape of the kayak. For an easy storage and access to your kayak, we recommend to take a look at the different options in the Accessories section of our website.
Q5: I would like to put a rudder system on my kayak, is it possible?
A5: None of our kayaks comes with a rudder system. Even if there are third party rudder system available on the market, we do not recommend the use of any specific one. The installation of a rudder system is done at your own risk. Please note that any permanent alteration of your kayak hull will result in the cancellation of the warranty.