AIRE Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak
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The Tributary Tomcat Solo inflatable kayak from AIRE is an entry-level boat built with a perfect blend of design and price. The upturned bow and stern deflect waves, for easy maneuver when the action picks up, a fun and comfortable choice for paddlers who want to try the sport of whitewater kayaking.
- AIREcell System 2-layer construction with internal bladders and an outer PVC shell
- Double-zipper access to inner bladders
- Thermal welded seams
- One-way Summit II air valves
- Adjustable inflatable seat
- Self-bailing design with mesh drainage system
- Multiple cargo loops let you tie in gear
- Bow/stern carry handles help you get to and from the water
- Bow/stern d-rings
- Includes repair kit
- 1-year manufacturer warranty against defects
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.
|Base Fabric Material||23 oz./1000-denier PVC|
|Bladder Fabric||20-gauge vinyl|
- BBONNIEVerified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars8 months agoFast service. Great product. No
Fast service. Great product. No issues.Was this helpful?
- DHDebbie H.I recommend this productRated 5 stars9 months agoGreat Customer Service!!
Been looking for this particular color for months. So, when I saw it online I called today and ordered this kayak. Gentleman on the phone was super friendly and helpful. I will def be ordering more from them, plus, they are right the road in good old Oregon!! And you can't beat free shipping!!Was this helpful?
- STScott T.I recommend this productRated 4 stars10 years agoAIRE Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak
I am a whitewater paddler. Hardshell 11 year's, raft guide for 4. A back and foot injury makes paddling a hardshell painful and un-nerving. My first trip with the Tomcat was class 3-4. Performed flawlessly. It really act's like an old school displacement hulled kayak. Very stable,easy to turn, peel out's and eddies are a breeze. Just make sure to add thigh-strap's.Was this helpful?
- MDMax D.I recommend this productRated 5 stars12 years agoAIRE Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak
The Tomcat is a very versatile, fun boat and is an excellent value. It's a little heavier than Aire's fancier models, but still weighs under 40 pounds with paddles, PFDs, and a pump... so it is easily packable. It's rigid and maneuverable enough for whitewater, and comfortable and roomy enough for long trips- We spent a week on the Teslin and Yukon Rivers and we fit all of our gear plus a larger cooler. This spring, I added a swivel chair mounted on some 1x6's that allows me to ride higher while fishing. It's a bit ghetto but it is very handy. Rarely have I been so impressed with something that I've invested in.Was this helpful?
- ACArt C.I recommend this productRated 4 stars12 years agoAIRE Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak
I just purchased this boat last week and I can tell you that this is a exceptional boat for the money. The kayak blows up pretty stiff and the self bailing air floor removes the water quickly. The boat is not tippy like my previous kayaks, the Sevylor pro and the Innova safari. The downside of this boat is that it is a little heavy (35 lbs), the backrest not very supportive (recommend a aire cheetah chair), and the bow is a little short (making for a little more water splashing in the boat). However, all in all, I still think this is the best inexpensive inflatable kayak on the market. It_ï†Ã‡Ã¶s a great value. Oh, and don't forget your lifevest.Was this helpful?