NRS STAR Paragon Tandem Inflatable Kayak

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Sale price$1,295.00 Regular price$1,395.00

Description

Because paddling with a buddy is always more fun, the STAR Paragon Tandem Inflatable Kayak features rigid inserts to create a traditional keel-shaped hull, a removable skeg for efficient tracking, and room for two paddlers.
  • Designed for two paddlers, the Paragon Tandem includes two high-back kayak seats and two sets of foot braces, which can all be adjusted to accommodate the paddlers' needs.
  • Non-bailing, high-pressure drop-stitch floor insert gives the boat the rigidity of a hardshell kayak.
  • Bow and stern rigid keel inserts provide outstanding tracking and stability for efficient flatwater touring.
  • Equipped with the bungee deck rigging for storing gear while keeping it accessible.
  • Stash gear under the bow and stern splash covers for protection in choppy water.
  • Removable fin contributes additional tracking efficiency when needed.
  • Includes seats, carry bag, pump, one All-Water fin, and repair kit.
  • 3-year retail warranty, 2-year commercial.

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