AIRE Tributary Tater Inflatable Kayak

Color: Red
Sale price$699.00
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The AIRE Tributary Tater Inflatable Kayak is designed to deliver the same playful performance you’ve come to love from the Spud, with enough capacity to comfortably carry adult-sized paddlers. It’s a sporty, fun ride that’s sure to put a smile on your face out on the river.

  • Air Chambers: 2
  • AIREcell Material: Vinyl
  • Seam Construction: Welded
  • Valve: Summit 2
  • Warranty: 1 Year
Length 8' 4"
Width 38"
Weight 24.5 lbs.
Tube Diameter 11.5"
Bow Rise 8.5"
Stern Rise 8.5"
2" Waterline 69"
Valve Type Summit II
Base Fabric Denier 1000 pvc
Material Weight, Oz. per Sq. Yard 23 oz.
AIREcell Material Vinyl
Number of Chambers 2
Number of Handles 2
Self Bailing Yes
Load Capacity 275 lbs.
Warranty Tributary 1 Year Limited

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