Outcast Drifter 13 Fishing Raft + Frame Package


Color: Gray
Price:
Sale price$5,499.00

Description

The Outcast Drifter 13 Fishing Raft is a thoughtfully-crafted fishing rig at an affordable price! With the Drifter 13, you get all the advantages of the other Outcast boats - such as AIREcell Urethane bladders, high-denier rugged PVC, and NRS fishing frame components - but without an ounce of extra. The Drifter 13 ditches the casting platforms and thigh hooks found on boats like the OSG PAC 1300, making for a simpler rig and lighter-weight package.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Length: 13' 3"
  • Width: 6' 6"
  • Weight: 242 Lbs
  • Tube Diameter: 19"
  • Valve Type: Leafield C7
  • Base Fabric Denier: 2000 PVC
  • Material Weight (OZ./ SQ. YD): 42 OZ
  • AIREcell Material: Urethane
  • Number of Chambers: 4
  • Load Capacity: 1350 Lbs
  • Warranty: 5 Year Limited
  • Color: Gray
  • Oars not included

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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