Old Town Sportsman Big Water Pedal 132 Angler Kayak
- Carry Weight: 122 lbs
- Max Capacity: 500 lbs.
- Single person sit-on-top
- Designed for adults
- Pedal drive propulsion
- Engineered hull design efficiently moves through the water yet is stable enough to allow standing
- Peddal drive is very low maintenance and has an easy-docking system for easy launching and landing
- Seat moves forward and back to adjust for leg length and has has extra lumbar support for more comfortable pedaling
- Seat is also breathable and quick drying to keep you comfortable while out on the water
- Four accessory tracks 2-forward and 2-rear allow you to customize your accessory mounting
- Three flush mount rod holders 2 rear-facing and one forward-facing
- Non-slip EVA foam deck pads keep the deck cool and comfortable
- A cup holder allows you to bring along your favorite beverage
- Universal transducer mount allows you to quickly set up your fish finder
- Seat and pedal drive are removable for easy transport and storage
- Side hull mounted paddle clip for holding a backup paddle
- Large tank-well in the stern provides easy storage for larger items with the included removable bungee
- Sealed bow hatch dry storage
- Includes a custom tackle box
- Made of single layer polyethylene
- Model: 01.4074.0103, 01.4074.0101, 01.4074.0105
- Country of Origin : United States of America
- Style : BIGWATERPDL132
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : Old Town
- Web ID: 21OTOASPRTSMNTPLTPSK
- SKU: 21617710
|Carry Weight||122 lbs|
|Dimensions||13' 2.04" L x 36" W|
|Materials||Single-layer polyethylene & non-slip EVA foam deck|
|Max Weight Capacity||500 lbs|
|Recommended Use||Fishing, hunting, & recreation|
|Seat Style||One person sit-on-top|
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