Airhead® Inflatable 2 - paddler Recreational Travel Kayak

Item # WX2-199932

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Inflatable Airhead® 2 - paddler Recreational Travel Kayak. Convenient, comfortable cruising!

For those with an active adventurous streak but very little storage space, the Airhead 2-paddler Recreational Travel Kayak is perfect! Keep one in the trunk of your car, duffel bag or suitcase, so when you feel the itch to paddle, you're able to hit water at a moment's notice!

For fitness and fun, get this Inflatable Kayak:
  • Designed for lakes and moderate white water
  • Lightweight / compact / portable
  • Highly visible orange for safety
  • Semi-rigid heavy gauge PVC construction
  • Tubular I-beam floor for superior comfort, buoyancy and tracking
  • Spray covers, fore and aft
  • Movable / removable inflatable seats provide great back support
  • 2 Boston valves for quick inflating and deflating
  • Drain hole with plug.

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    Item will not inflate fully
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