Sevylor Fiji Travel Pack 2 Person Kayak

SKU: SLR4050 MFR: 2000004050

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About Sevylor Fiji Travel Pack 2 Person Kayak

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Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 3 months.

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Sevylor Fiji Travel Pack 2 Person Kayak Features

  • Two Person Inflatable Kayak
  • Max capacity: 400 lbs.
  • 10 ft.4 ft. x 2 ft. 9 in.
  • Two spray covers
  • Semi-rigid-I-beam floor
  • Three chamber design
  • Double Lock
  • Mini Double lock valves
  • One fixed seat in rear of kayak
  • One Removable middle seat
  • 5 piece touring paddle and special travel bag

Sevylor Fiji Travel Pack 2 Person Kayak Specifications

Inflatable Materials
Durable Pvc.
Dimensions
10 Ft 4 In X 2 Ft 9 In.
Rider Capacity
Two.
Type
Kayak
Valves
Yes
Two Spray Covers
Yes
Semi-Rigid-I-Beam Floor
Yes
Three Chamber Design
Yes
Double Lock/Mini Double Lock Valves
Yes
One Fixed Seat In Rear Of Kayak
Yes
One Removable Middle Seat
Yes
Includes
5 Piece Touring Paddle And Special Travel Bag
Limited Warranty
3 Monts
Mfr #
SKU
SLR4050
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stacy s  I was looking for something that would work along coast of lake superior waters can get rough would this work there?
MARK K  I found this inflatable kayak hard to steer, even with the rudder attachment. I am not an experienced Kayaker though so it may be partly due to my paddling technique. I use it in the ocean vs lake so you should probably be ok if you know how to control/steer it well.
stacy s  I was looking for something that would work along coast of lake superior waters can get rough would this work there?
MARK K  I found this inflatable kayak hard to steer, even with the rudder attachment. I am not an experienced Kayaker though so it may be partly due to my paddling technique. I use it in the ocean vs lake so you should probably be ok if you know how to control/steer it well.
stacy s  I was looking for something that would work along coast of lake superior waters can get rough would this work there?
MARK K  I found this inflatable kayak hard to steer, even with the rudder attachment. I am not an experienced Kayaker though so it may be partly due to my paddling technique. I use it in the ocean vs lake so you should probably be ok if you know how to control/steer it well.
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