AdvancedFrame Ultralight Kayak
- AdvancedFrame Ultralight kayak.
- Inflatable foot rest.
- Rucksack style carrying bag.
- Repair kit.
- Aluminium ribs in bow & stern to produce "clean", efficient paddling profile.
- Rigid bow & stern - Built-in rigid panels define the bow and stern and improve tracking.
- Durable & light - Unique outer cover provides durability in a lightweight design.
- Easy to set up - Twistlok valves and high flow spring valves allow for quick setup time.
- Comfortable - High support seat provides comfort for hours of paddling.
- Hull design - Landing plate and tracking fin improve performance.
- Aluminium deck riser & cross pole - Aids water displacement off the front deck.
- Foam floor.
- 2 air chambers.
- Rubber moulded handle.
- Front & rear bungee deck lacing.
- Paddle holder.
- Mesh pocket on seat.
- Folding seat.
- Tracking fin.
- Durable fabric cover.
- Electronically welded seams.
- Rigid bow and stern.
- Inner tube cover.
- Length: 318cm.
- Width: 82cm.
- Weight: 8kg.
- Max capacity: 102kg (16 stone).
- Shipping dimensions: 80cm x 47cm x 27cm.
- Shipping weight: 13kg.
- Carrying bag.
- Supportive folding seat.
- Foot rest.
- Repair kit.
Q. I'm 16 stone, will I be too heavy for this kayak?
A. This is the maximum weight limit for this kayak, may be best to choose the Advanced Elements Expedition kayak with a backbone.
Q. I'm tall, will I fit in to this kayak?
A. It's leg length that is key. Big feet & inside leg of over 34", you will be more comfortable in the Advanced Elements Expedition kayak.
Q. How much gear can I carry on this kayak?
A. Best to store gear inside, but a 25l (day sack) behind the seat. Plus more on front or rear decks.
Q. Will this kayak accept a spray skirt?
A. No, like the Sport kayak, this recreational model is not designed to accept a spray skirt.
Accessories Of Interest:
For the second time our Advanced Elements kayaks (Sports Model) have travelled right across Australia from Perth in Western Australia to East Gippsland in the far East of Victoria, the Indian Ocean to the Pacific.
John Shipton kindly sent back a trip report back from a paddling trip to Croatia...