AIRE Tributary Tomcat Max Inflatable Kayak


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The AIRE Tributary Tomcat Max is the perfect choice for big and tall paddlers, self-support paddlers, or those wanting an ultra-stable ride. With all the features you’ve come to love from the Tomcat Solo with a wider, roomier cockpit and a larger load capacity you’ll be comfortable all day long on the water. Built with a rugged PVC outer shell, this durable inflatable will continue to be a reliable boat for years to come. The Tomcat Max will be sure to put a smile on your face!

  • Bigger tubes and wider profile than the Tomcat Solo
  • Comfortable inflatable seat
  • Mesh drain system, flip handles, welded seams, and bow/stern d-rings
  • 1-year manufacturer's warranty


Length Width Tube Diameter Rocker Weight Capacity
10'10 40in 13in 15in 34lbs 400 lbs

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