Perception Tribute 12.0 Kayak - Women's - 2018

Perception Tribute 12.0 Kayak - Women's - 2018
Perception Tribute 12.0 Kayak - Women's - 2018
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Tribute 12.0 Kayak - Women's - 2018 by Perception
The Tribute 12. 0 Kayak from Perception finally brings you the paddling performance you want for touring with a women's-specific touch. The rotomolded plastic is durable enough that you can drag your boat up onto the beach for a night of camping under the stars, or just pull over to eat your afternoon snack. If you don't want to stop, the Zone DLX seat ensures that your posterior and back stay comfortable over long days spent int he saddle. SlideLock adjustable foot braces make it easy to get the desired fit, and they also make it easy to switch between paddlers for an easy afternoon at the lake with friends. A stern hatch with a watertight cover lets you store the gear you need for a moderate tour or easy day trips.

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SKU: PER000R
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