Part of the lightest line of kayaks from Hurricane, the Santee 126 Sport Kayak is a comfortable cruiser, crafted from rigid, warp-resistant ABS to keep it lightweight without compromising performance or durability. This amazing material takes on the shape of a mutli-chined hull, which helps your paddling stay straight without too much sweat and allows you to really lean in to carve a turn. An extra-large cockpit means you don't have to be yoga expert to enter or exit the boat, and you can even fit your tot or four-legged friend comfortably along for the ride. Foam thigh pads and an Airestream seat mean it's not just your psyche that's at ease on the water. The seat is adjustable in every way and lets loads of fresh air flow through to keep you cool. You can prop your thighs under or against the cockpit for maximum comfort and control, and Twist-loc adjustable foot braces are the finishing flourish on customizable comfort. ABS bulkhead covers prevent your feet from getting tangled in addition to securely storing gear--the stern hatch cover is on top, while access to the bow hatch is inside the cockpit. A stainless steel security bar gives you a safe place to lock your boat, and two grab handles mean you can comfortably carry your Santee 126 to and from the water's edge.
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Hurricane Santee 126 Sport Kayak - 2019
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