Safe, stable, and strong, the 65 point Martini GTX Angler Solo Kayak is packed with essential features and travels well from rivers to lakes to open ocean water. This kayak features the innovative Snap-Tap system that allows it to be easily transformed into a tandem kayak when paired with the mid section (sold separately), and is made from a tough yet lightweight polyethylene material for easy transport. It snaps apart and re-assembles in seconds to comfortably fit in the back of your car at the end of the day, and also securely transforms into a tandem boat, if you so desire. Ready for serious angling, this kayak comes equipped with dual rod holders--two of which are integrated, flush-mounted behind the seat, and one is on a deck mount right in front of you--as well as an additional deck mount to hold more equipment, and two large hatches that offer dry storage for gear such as your lunch, camera, and extra layers. The adjustable, ergonomic AIR seat has a pneumatically-adjustable backrest and cushioned pad, which combines a honeycomb-patterned material with a mesh-like fabric that's molded over EVA foam to offer up a luxuriously comfortable ride. Not forgetting the fun Fish-O-Meter on the side of the boat that measures your catch, all these features come together to create an extremely versatile fishing kayak that's easy to carry, store, and transport.
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