Pelican™ Apex 130T Kayak, Orange

Item # WX2-183756

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Details & Specs

Pelican™ Apex 130T Kayak. Your comfort comes first in this dual - passenger dynamo!

True to its name, the Apex Kayak series is a top-of-the-line boat that brings the features necessary for successful trips down the river, year after year.

The Apex 130T is a two-person craft that's loaded with comfort, plenty of storage space and the maneuverability you've been looking for. Start with the adjustable, padded backrests... when you're sitting upright and engaging in strenuous workout, this kind of amenity is priceless. It keeps you on the water longer, if only because your body will be able to stand the stress with proper support. And then there's the stern storage platform and elastic bungee cords that allow you to carry along numerous items.

Bring lunch in the storage unit, and keep other cargo stowed safely in the tight bungee areas. All this, and super-tough construction with Ram-X material on the hull to ensure long life.

Specifications:
  • 2 molded seats and molded footrests for comfort
  • Elastic bungee cords in stern and bow for extra cargo
  • Self-bailing design keeps Kayak from filling with water
  • Bow and stern carry handles for easy in / out of water
  • Paddle holders
  • Bottle holder
  • Max weight capacity: 450 lbs.
  • Measures 13' long x 35 1 / 4 x 18"
  • Weighs 66 lbs.

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