Considering it's nearly 70 pounds, not to mention the weight of any added equipment, having a steady wheel for transporting what would otherwise be a heavy, awkward boat, is valuable.
It's on the high end of the price spectrum.
This is a versatile fishing pontoon that is stable enough for moderate river use. The padded seat is comfortable. There's also plenty of storage room. With 20 pockets and two insulated drink holders, it meets practical needs.
If over-inflated, there's potential for issues with the valves, though that's to be expected.
It has everything that makes us love the standard Colorado Inflatable and the Colorado XT (both the XT and this XTS model have a wheel attached for transporting). However, the big difference is the swivel seat.
It comes down to how much you're willing to pay for a swivel seat.
It's lightweight at 43 pounds, making it relatively easy to carry. There's armrest storage that includes two large zippered pockets and weather protection fabric. It's also made out of tough material.
There aren't a lot of fancy perks. Also, the seat is plastic and not as comfortable as what you might find from more expensive units.
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Pontoon boots are great for a variety of things, from simply floating and relaxing to fishing. Classic Accessories make quality inflatable pontoons of all shapes and sizes – you can find one or two person crafts, some with covers and some without. They are primarily designed for fishing and come with rod holders, inflatable coolers, and more. When shopping for a Classic Accessories pontoon boat there are a few things to keep in mind. Do you want a lighter and leaner pontoon, or one that has plenty of storage and features but is heavier? Do you need extra stability for fishing in rocky waters? Do you want to have more than one person in your boat?