Advanced Inflatables: STRAITEDGE™ Kayak E-mail
Wednesday, 21 October 2009 08:18


SPECIFICATIONS:
Length: 9 ’8”
Width: 35”
Weight: 34 lbs (15 kg)
MaxWt.: 300 lbs (136 kg)
Color: Yellow/Gray

STRAITEDGE™ KAYAK :: AE1006-Y
Most self-bailing inflatable kayaks are designed for paddling white water. They typically have quite a bit of rocker to allow quick turning and other maneuvers. The StraitEdge™ Inflatable Kayak is the first to incorporate an aluminum bow and stern frame to improve tracking in open water conditions. The hull design is similar to a hardshell sit-on-top kayak, yet it can be packed away into its duffel bag and paddled in most remote locations. Whether you are storing it in your closet or the trunk of your car, you can be sure that you are always just a few pumps away from your next adventure.


SPECIAL FEATURES:
Hull Design:
Built-in Aluminum ribs define the bow and stern and improve tracking.
Versatile: Set-up as Self-bailing in bigger waves and close ports in calm or cold water.
Easy To Set Up: PreAssembled at the factory. Simply unfold, inflate and attach the seat.
Comfortable: High support, adjustable padded seat provides comfort for hours of paddling.
Durable: Heavy-duty PVC Tarpaulin material for extreme puncture resistance.

FEATURES:
New advanced inflation valves
Rod holders
StraitEdge™ System - unique bow and stern design
Hard edge bow and stern for improved tracking
Molded rubber handles
Reinforced bow seam
Bungee deck lacing
Adjustable back support
Mesh pocket
Self-bailing ports
Welded seams
Thigh strap compatible D-rings

ACCESSORIES INCLUDED:
Carrying Duffel Bag
Folding Seat
Repair Kit
Owner’s Manual

For More Information www.advancedelements.com

 

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