Advanced Elements Durafloor

Advanced Elements Durafloor

Advanced Elements Durafloor

Durafloor for Advanced Elements Kayaks

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Expedition
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Convertible
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Option: AdvancedFrame
£39.00
Option: Expedition
£49.00
Option: Convertible
£59.00

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Protection for your Advanced Elements kayak with the DuraFloor from Advanced Elements. It will protect from dog claws, or any other gear with sharp edges that may wear your floor prematurely. The DuraFloor is a 0.8cm thick, hard wearing foam floor designed to installed over your existing air floor, for added durability.

The textured ribbing gives it added grip, preventing it from becoming slippery when wet.  It is supplied with a strap ensure it stays rolled for storage.

Fitting Instructions:

To fit the DuraFloor, with your kayak deflated align the floor over the existing air floor, ensuring the hole in the floor is lined up with the floor inflation valve.

Pull the inflation valve through the hole, tuck the "side tabs" under the main chamber and then inflate your kayak as normal.

Specifications:

  • Non-slip surface.
  • Thickness: 0.8cm.
  • Colour: Black.
Advanced Frame:
  • Rolled dimensions: 69cm x 16cm.
  • Actual dimensions: 173cm x 69cm.
  • Weight: 0.8kg.
Expedition:
  • Rolled dimensions: 74cm x 18cm.
  • Actual dimensions: 264cm x 74cm.
  • Weight: 1.6kg.
Convertible:
  • Rolled dimensions: 79cm x 20cm.
  • Actual dimensions: 307cm x 79cm.
  • Weight: 2.3kg.

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