NRS PackRaft Inflatable Kayak

NRS PackRaft Inflatable Kayak
NRS PackRaft Inflatable Kayak
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PackRaft Inflatable Kayak by NRS
Packable, safe, and most importantly, fun, the NRS PackRaft Inflatable Kayak is a stable and lightweight boat that's perfect for exploring the backcountry or your favorite fishing hole. Made of tough polyurethane-coated nylon, the PackRaft's tubes are super strong and abrasion-resistant while still maintaining a very light weight. Two inflation chambers in the tubes, an inflatable seat, and a removable floor insert give you maximum safety margins, while the four front and two rear webbing tie-down points let you securely lash on packs and other gear for longer trips. Each of the tube chambers have large openings, inflation and deflations valves, and second smaller twist valves to make it easy for you to top off and adjust pressure. A convenient storage bag makes it easy for you transport this packable raft in the back of your car, while the included repair kit keeps you prepared for situations that may arise throughout your day.

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