Tributary Strike Inflatable Kayak
- 23 oz./1000 denier outer PVC tubes
- 23 oz./1000 denier outer PVC floor
- 14 mm inner urethane bladders
- Double-zipper access
- Welded seams
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AIRE Tributary Strike Inflatable Kayak - The Strike inflatable kayak from AIRE is a crossover design that's perfect for whatever you want to paddle. The Strike's unique performance hull design is efficient to paddle on both flat and whitewater. The upturned bow deflects waves in whitewater without catching too much wind in the flats. The AIREcell system provides the best combination of air retention and durability. The adjustable Cheetah seat features a stiff backrest with a large storage pocket and bottle holder and easy clip in points. It also doubles as a comfy camp chair. With a roomy interior and multiple tie-down loops, there's plenty of room for gear on overnight trips. Updates include double mesh drain holes, flip handles and bow/stern D-rings. If you've been dreaming of a boat capable of handling a variety of adventures, the AIRE Tributary Strike Inflatable Kayak is your dream come true.
This is a very well constructed boat. The valves are a Halkey-Roberts style. Compared to my Innova Safari this boat is more stable due to its wider width. The seat is very comfortable. I have used the boat twice and my wife has used it twice. She also prefers the Strike due to better stability. The Strike comes in around 36 pounds which is a little heavy. Well constructed with urethane bladders. If you want stability and great construction consider this boat. It’s lighter than the Tomcat by a little and better constructed. For the occasional boater on class 2 it is hard to beat the Tomcat. The warranty for the Strike is 5 years and the Tomcat is 1 year. That should give you some idea of how Aire sees the construction quality of these two boats which will be on most potential buyers radar screen. Overall I like this boat a lot and give it an eight because it is a little slow and heavier than say a Force. But, the Strike is much more reasonably priced. Would I buy again? Oh yes!
Perfect boat for class 3 rivers. You MUST get thigh straps for this boat to work right for class 3. Not a great boat for flat water. Not a great boat if you are over 200 lbs. Very durable and reasonably priced.
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