Pelican Premium Pioneer 100XR Angler Kayak
- Carry Weight: 43 lbs.
- Max Capacity: 300 lbs.
- 10 ft. sit-inside kayak
- Perfect for beginners and anglers alike
- Offers excellent maneuverability and stability
- Constructed with Pelican’s patented RAM-X™ PREMIUM material
- RAM-X™ PREMIUM material offers lightweight durability and rigidity
- Ergonomic carrying handles for easy and efficient transport
- ERGOCOAST™ portable seating system allows you to remove the seat
- Adjustable footrests and premium knee pads for cushioned comfort
- Upgraded hatches with storage bags for easy transport of gear
- Bottle cage and secondary bottle holder for hydration on-the-go
- Two (2) 1” rigging tracks for mounting a camera and other accessories
- Style: PIONEER100XR
- Country of Origin : United States of America or Imported
- Style : PIONEER100XR
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : Pelican Premium
- Web ID: 19PEPUPNR100XRXXXPSK
|Carry Weight||43 lbs|
|Dimensions||10' L x 25" W x 12.75" D|
|Max Weight Capacity||300 lbs|
|Recommended Use||Fishing & recreation|
|Seat Style||One person sit-inside|
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