Perception Tribute 10.0 Kayak - Women's - 2018

Perception Tribute 10.0 Kayak - Women's - 2018
Perception Tribute 10.0 Kayak - Women's - 2018
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Tribute 10.0 Kayak - Women's - 2018 by Perception
Pack up your lunch, camera, or a nip of whiskey if that's more your style, and explore your local waters in the Women's Tribute 10. 0 Kayak. Specifically designed for lady-paddlers, this boat tracks well across big water and is surprisingly fast for being such a short boat. With such a petite design, nimbleness is a given, so you can turn this boat around on a dime when you stumble onto that nudist cove. Rigging of the Tribute 10. 0 includes the comfy Zone DLX seating system, an adjustable foot brace system, and thigh and knee pads for when you want a more responsive feel. A stern bulkhead along with a water-tight hatch keeps your lunch dry, and bungee deck rigging will hold anything you don't mind getting wet close at hand.

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SKU: PER000Q
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