Necky Manitou 130R Kayak

Necky Manitou 130R Kayak
Necky Manitou 130R Kayak
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Manitou 130R Kayak by Necky
With a maneuverable feel and solid tracking capabilities, the Necky Manitou 130R Kayak will please newcomers and advanced paddlers alike. The large bow provides enough storage space for a two-day stint out on the water and allows the kayak to easily roll over waves for a drier ride when you're exploring choppy coastlines. Necky's ACS seating system is generously padded and well ventilated to keep your tush happy as you paddle, while the large cockpit makes getting in and out of the boat as easy as pie. Dry hatches at the bow and stern provide water-tight storage and are easily accessed thanks to a single large buckle across the hatch. The boat can be a equipped with a rudder when you're ready to tackle bigger bodies of water, and a reflective perimeter line keeps you visible in low-light situations.

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SKU: NEC000I
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