Hurricane Sojourn 135 Rudder Ready Kayak - 2017

Hurricane Sojourn 135 Rudder Ready Kayak - 2017
Hurricane Sojourn 135 Rudder Ready Kayak - 2017
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Sojourn 135 Rudder Ready Kayak - 2017 by Hurricane
Weighing in at a svelte 45 pounds, the Hurricane Sojourn 135 Rudder Ready Kayak offers you the stability of a heavy-duty touring boat with a lightweight constitution that makes it suitable for all paddler levels. And not only does the Sojourn offer high-speed stability, but it also provides effortless maneuverability and agility on the water. Meanwhile, the cushy seat and adjustable thigh braces provide customizable, day-long comfort, and multiple fore and aft options ensure that you're able to transform the Sojourn from a day trekker to a weekend wanderer in no time.

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SKU: HCN000M
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