Aire Outfitter I Inflatable Kayak

Aire Outfitter I Inflatable Kayak
$1449.00
Outfitter I Inflatable Kayak by Aire
Price subject to change | SKU: ARE000S

Aire Outfitter I Inflatable Kayak

Whether you're rafting down the Grand Canyon or California's Smith River, the Aire Outfitter I Inflatable Kayak is the one-person machine for you. Large tube diameters and a low seating position give this boat a tough-to-flip feel beginner paddlers will appreciate. A rockered bow and a fairly flat bottom give you the on-water maneuverability that lets you ride rapids and speed across the flats. Even if your 80-pound yellow lab manages to hop on board at the last minute, you and Senor Pooch Face won't wobble with every tail wag, making for a fabulous and stable day of paddling.Made from PVC with welded seams, the body of this boat won't be easily battered and bruised if you've chosen to brave some burly whitewater. By combining both urethane Airecells, PVC fabric, and a self-bailing floor, Aire has made the Outfitter I more than ready for big whitewater trips and mellow floats alike. The easy-to-use Leafield B7 valves ensure easy inflating and deflating both on the ramp or back at the shop. The included chair is set low in the boat and supports your back for all-day paddling comfort. A large storage pocket and water bottle holder make the back of the chair almost as functional as the front. Twelve cargo loops let you take gear for whatever water-bound adventure you've planned, and the two conveniently placed carry handles at the bow and stern give you the chance to flirt with that hottie at the put-in.

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