Airhead Montana 1 Person Inflatable Kayak
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You'll cruise across the lake in the Airhead® Montana 1 Person Inflatable Kayak. The inflatable design makes transporting your kayak so easy you'll never have to leave it behind. Perfect for vacations or camping trips, this inflatable kayak is small enough to fit into the trunk of your car or even into a duffel bag. When you're ready to call it a day you'll effortlessly remove it from the lake with the integrated grab handles.
- 1-person sit-on-top inflatable kayak
- Designed for lakes and moderate white water
- Easy to inflate and deflate (3 Boston valves with nylon covers)
- Low drag/superior tracking with 4 bottom fins
- Orange color is highly visible for safety
- Inflatable seats with adjustable support backrest and mesh pocket
- Neoprene elbow guards for comfort
- Lightweight, compact and portable
- Grab handles for easy put-ins and pull-outs
- 6 D-rings at bow and stern for securing gear
- Stretch net in bow
- All 3 air chambers are completely enclosed by rugged 840D nylon with UV and water-resistant coatings
- Durable tri-laminate reinforcements on the bottom
- Stainless steel and nylon hardware will not corrode
- Threaded drain plug
- Length: 9'9"
- Carry weight: 27.7 lbs
- Style #: AHTK-1
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 12225413
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dreamin Inflatable Kayaks I am not one to write reviews. I just don't have time. But these inflatable kayaks are the bomb. I have had mine for five years! They have been well worth the money I paid for them back then. They cost more now. Lol. They are still in really good condition and we float the Current River in Missouri. We have dragged these kayaks on the gravel and across pavement, mud and dirt. We have run into root wads on the river and they just bounce off. Still they have endured. Now is the time for some maintenance. But they would have held up a lot longer if we had not been so rough on them. I just need to seal some seams on the bottom. After 5 years they are starting to leak a little. Does anyone know what I can seal the outside seams with on the bottom? June 25, 2013
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