Ideal for slow-moving rivers and chilly, northern waters, and for paddlers with a rackless car and tight storage space, is the Gemini GT Recreational Kayak by Point 65. Built with durable and lightweight high-performance thermoplastic material, this boat's construction is resistant to pebbly river beds and jam-packed gear closets. The Gemini's notable modular design can be broken down into two pieces for easy traveling and storing, and quickly snaps together with Point 65's easy-to-use Snap-Tap system. Using this modular system, this single kayak can easily be built into a tandem with it's compatible mid-section. Designed with an inmold seat and a spacious cockpit you get enhanced comfort with a contoured foot brace and a padded, adjustable, seat for long tours around the lake or multi-mile river runs. And when the seasons change and water temperatures drop, you can easily fit a spray skirt around the coaming to extend your paddling season. A large stern tankwell with mesh covering can hold dry bags filled with snacks and jackets, or provides quick-access to fishing equipment, while the bow features a molded water bottle holder with bungee strapping for a secure hold.
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