Despite the tempestuously-named company, Hurricane welcomes you to a wonderful new world of flatwater kayaks with the Santee 116 Sport. Lightweight and rigid Trylon is thermo-molded into a Swede-form hull to lighten your load on land while adding some speed to inland lake endeavors. Despite being scant on the scale, this Sport stays steady with loads up to 300 pounds, giving you the option of taking lots or just a little gear. With this lightweight and stable craft, you can see Yellowstone in a slightly different light by paddling the lakes in the Santee 116 Sport. The Swede-form shape of this warp-resistant piece gives you agility on the water when other boats bottom out, all without wasting the power of your paddle. Whether you're racing across the water or just cruising, thigh pads ensure any position you choose is comfortable. Adjustable foot braces and the AireStream seat ensure your entire body has a great day on the water. Stash a dry bag in the 10-inch stern hatch, leaving the cockpit free to hold your cooler or four-pawed paddling pal. Safely store your paddle in the rear deck rigging when you pause to take some photos. The stainless steel security bar behind the seat lets you use a cable lock for secure storage or transport.
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Hurricane Santee 116 Sport Kayak - 2019
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