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Advanced Elements Attack Pro Inflatable Kayak

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Product title: Advanced Elements Attack Pro Inflatable Kayak
SKU: BIK_ADATTPRO-Yellow/Blue

The Advanced Elements Attack Pro inflatable kayak incorporates drop-stitch technology to take on the roughest whitewater conditions. This stable and responsive full-time self-bailer is light enough for longer portages and is a blast on the water.

  • Double-layer PVC construction with welded seams
  • Drop-stitch floor creates high pressure extremely rigid forms enhancing rigidity and performance
  • Self-bailing drain ports and increased bow/stern rocker for quick turns
  • Wider width improves stability
  • Adjustable seat, foot pegs, and thigh straps let you find the perfect sitting position
  • Stern deck covered cargo bay stores a drybag or other gear
  • Molded rubber bow/stern handles make the Attack easy to carry to the water
  • One-year manufacturer warranty against defects in materials or workmanship

Please Note: Some brands may not be shipped internationally. This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses. We would love to ship the item, please be sure the address provided upon checkout is within the U.S. Otherwise, we will contact you via email to advise that your order has been canceled due to the shipping restriction.

Technical Specifications

Capacity 1 paddler up to 225 lbs.
Cover Material 840 denier PVC tarpaulin
Bladder Material PVC
Length 9' 9"
Width 35"
Tube Diameter 9"
Bow/Stern Rise 12"
Air Chambers 3
Weight 25.5 lbs.
Folded Size 43" x 19" x 9"

What's included:

  • Duffel Bag with Shoulder Straps
  • Drop-stitch Floor
  • High-back Seat
  • Foot Pegs
  • Thigh straps
  • Repair Kit
  • Owner’s Manual
4.0
Rated 4.0 stars
Based on 3 reviews
3 reviews
  • GS
    Guest S.
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    2 years ago
    good budget whitewater IK

    I was looking for a whitewater IK that would also work well as a lake paddler but ended up deciding to commit to a whitewater design. I've taken my attack pro on one high class III/low class IV river and was pleased with results. Pros: construction seems solid, boat responsive, drop stitch floor very firm, inflation quick and easy, cargo compartment provides some amount of protection for stuff, leg straps included, carrying bag is also well-made/well-proportioned and can be worn as a backpack. Cons: footrest pegs are nearly useless- the rails dig into feet and may smack shins on rapids (fortunately they can be removed entirely), seat could be a lot more comfortable. On the lake, the quick handling which works well in whitewater becomes a drawback (boat spins a lot) but this can be mitigated by changing paddling technique. A similar tradeoff with the bailing ports- there are 10 on each side of the boat, each about the size of a quarter. They are arranged in a line so it would probably be quick and easy to duct tape over them if it was important to stay totally dry. Ultimately glad I went with this model for having solid rapids handling ability. My friend has a more expensive IK and you can sort of see the difference, but I think the attack pro is a good value.

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  • GS
    Guest S.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    2 years ago
    good budget whitewater IK

    I was looking for a whitewater IK that would also work well as a lake paddler but ended up deciding to commit to a whitewater design. I've taken my attack pro on one high class III/low class IV river and was pleased with results. Pros: construction seems solid, boat responsive, drop stitch floor very firm, inflation quick and easy, cargo compartment provides some amount of protection for stuff, leg straps included, carrying bag is also well-made/well-proportioned and can be worn as a backpack. Cons: footrest pegs are nearly useless- the rails dig into feet and may smack shins on rapids (fortunately they can be removed entirely), seat could be a lot more comfortable. On the lake, the quick handling which works well in whitewater becomes a drawback (boat spins a lot) but this can be mitigated by changing paddling technique. A similar tradeoff with the bailing ports- there are 10 on each side of the boat, each about the size of a quarter. They are arranged in a line so it would probably be quick and easy to duct tape over them if it was important to stay totally dry. Ultimately glad I went with this model for having solid rapids handling ability. My friend has a more expensive IK and you can sort of see the difference, but I think the attack pro is a good value.

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    Anonymous
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    3 years ago
    Advanced Elements Attack Pro Inflatable Kayak

    Great inflatable, very responsive.

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