Pelican™ Pursuit 80 Deluxe Kayak

Item # WX2-183738

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Details & Specs

Pelican™ Pursuit 80 Deluxe Kayak. A fun starter boat with kingly amenities!

Get out and cruise across the lake in this amped-up Pursuit 80 Deluxe Kayak! Comfort is king here... there's an adjustable padded backrest and ergonomically-crafted seat cushion so your body doesn't sustain nearly the fatigue and wear an tear it would in a lesser kayak.

Bring along some water or a sports drink in the bottle holder to keep hydrated! Elastic bungee cords in the bow are a great spot for any additional cargo. Choose between a blue / white or pink / white color scheme.

Zoom down the river:
  • Ram-X hull construction is tough as nails to keep you on the water for years
  • Molded seat for comfort
  • Bow and stern carrying handles
  • Cockpit measures 32 x 19"
  • Weight capacity: 200 lbs.
  • Full Kayak measures 8' long x 28" wide x 14" deep weighs 27 lbs.

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Please Note: This item is shipped by commercial carrier curbside. Curbside delivery (i.e., liftgate delivery to the curb) is required for this item. Ships in 1 box. Shipping Box dimensions are 96" x 28" x 14". Box weight is 27 lbs.


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