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AIRE Force Inflatable Kayak

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Product title: AIRE Force Inflatable Kayak
SKU: BIK_AEFOR-Blue

The AIRE Force inflatable kayak mimics the maneuverability of hard-shell kayaks while providing the security and safety of an inflatable kayak. It surfs waves, punches through holes and maneuvers quickly. No other inflatable comes close to matching the Force's quickness and river play performance.

  • Aircell System 2-layer construction with PVC outer shell & inner urethane bladders
  • Double-zipper access
  • Welded seams
  • Adjustable thigh straps
  • Adjustable bow/stern float bags
  • Self-bailing design keeps you floating through whitewater
  • D-rings for gear storage
  • Bow/stern carry handles
  • Repair kit included
  • 10-year no-fault manufacturer warranty

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

                                               
Length 9' 6"
Width 36"
Weight 32 lbs.
Tube Diameter 10.5"
Bow Rise 12"
Stern Rise 12"
2" Waterline 62.5"
Base Fabric Denier 1100
Material Weight, Oz. per Sq. Yard 24/27
AIREcell Material 14 mm urethane
Number of Air Chambers 4 with Leafield valves
Number of Handles 2
5.0
Rated 5.0 stars
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1 review
  • EF
    Eric F.
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 year ago
    Great substitute for Hard Shell Kayak for Older Paddler

    I've been kayaking since the early 80s and my back is no longer what it was. I've sold my beloved hardshell kayak that I paddled on rivers for the past 25 years from the Rogue, McKenzie, North Santiam, White Salmon, Snake, Salmon, North Umpqua, North Fork of the Willamette, and more. At the same time, I had an Aire Lynx that I've used as a boat for friends or family to paddle on trips with me. Last year I tried a friend's Aire Force and felt like this was the solution to my problems at long last. A great handling boat that gives me some of the performance of my hardshell in terms of carving in and out of eddies, making quick maneuvers, paddling upstream to catch a wave, and some light surfing. It handles great in big holes since it doesn't fill up like a Lynx, and is shorter and more of a playboat. It also doesn't require the Fish and Wildlife tags in Oregon since under 10' which is a bonus.

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