Attack Whitewater Kayak

 Attack Whitewater Kayak

Attack Whitewater Kayak

The Attack whitewater kayak will take on rough conditions with ease. Self-bailing, made of durable 840 Denier PVC Tarpaulin, weighing only 15kg.

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Our Price: £565.00

RRP: £649.00

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The Attack whitewater kayak will take on rough conditions with ease. Self-bailing, made of durable 840 Denier PVC Tarpaulin, weighing only 15kg.

Package Includes:

  • Advanced Elements Attack kayak.
  • Folding seat.
  • Thigh straps.
  • Carrying bag.
  • Repair kit.
  • Manual.

Features:

  • Self-bailing ports.
  • 12" bow/stern rise (rocker) for quick turns.
  • Heavy-duty PVC Tarpaulin hull and independent PVC bladders for double layer thickness.
  • Very stable.
  • High performance - High pressure air chambers provide a rigid hull.
  • Rapid set up - Only 3 inflation chambers.
  • Durable - The heavy-duty PVC tarpaulin outer provides extreme puncture resistance.
  • Safety: Extra security with 3 independent PVC bladders.
  • Stotage: Stern deck covered cargo bay for storing drybag or other gear.
  • Portability - No roof rack needed! Pack in the boot of your car or fly it to remote destinations.

Specifications:

  • Length: 274cm.
  • Width: 88.9cm.
  • Weight: 15.4kg.
  • Max capacity: 102kg (16.5 stone).
  • Packed dimensions: 100cm x 51cm x 25cm (approx.).
  • Shipping weight: 18kg.
  • Colour: yellow/grey.

Accessories Included:

  • Carrying bag.
  • Folding seat.
  • Repair kit.
  • Manual.

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