Able to handle a little more weight than other Lifetime kayaks. Built with 2 holders for your fishing rods and 2 compartments for sealed storage. Comes with a seat back. Stable design. Navigates well. Also comes in a popular 100" length. Fairly lightweight.
This kayak does not come with a paddle.
Twin padded seats and multiple footrest positions, ideal for couples or parent and child. “High and Dry” seating keeps you off the wet kayak floor. Supports up to 500 lb. Unlike many tandems, can also be used solo. 2 sports paddles included.
On the heavy side. Not everyone likes the different level seat positions.
Comes with a double paddle. Includes a lower back area to make it easier for your child to reboard the kayak. Lightweight – only 18 lb. makes it easy for most kids to carry. Wide base makes it stable. Comes in blue, green, orange, pink, and yellow.
This kayak is really only for smaller children. There is not much space to grow.
Relatively lightweight. Sturdy construction. A sit-on-top model. Good maneuverability in the water. comes with a seat-back for comfort. Has several foot positions for people of varying heights. Good for teens or smaller adults. Very stable. Chair back feature makes longer rides easier. Comes with a paddle.
The back support strap tends to loosen as you use it and may need to be tightened occasionally.
Extra storage with a rear covered compartment. Comes with a padded seat back that you can adjust up or down for comfort. Designed to float if tipped. Holds up to 275 lb.
This kayak lacks handles in the center like some other models, which would make it easier to carry.
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