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Rave Sea Rebel Inflatable Kayak

Rave Sea Rebel Inflatable Kayak

Description

The Rave Sea Rebel Inflatable Kayak is comfortable for fishing, relaxing, or traversing.

Features

  • Inflates in just minutes
  • Lightweight and easy to carry
  • Water resistant dry bag and water bottle holder
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$259.99
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$232.14
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Details

Enjoy the lake, river or stream with RAVE's NEW inflatable kayak! You'll be comfortable fishing, relaxing, or traversing in the recumbent style sling seat with adjustable backrest.
Lightweight and easy to carry for portaging and tracks straight with 3 bottom fins. This one-person kayak inflates in minutes and features a water resistant dry bag and water bottle holder, with adjustable backrest. Includes a paddle, hand pump, carrying bag, and a limited one year warranty.

Notable Specifications:
  • Rider: 1
  • Overall Dimensions: 103"L x 35"W x 8"H
  • Cover: Heavy-Duty 420D nylon-PVC Tarpaulin for slick and easy gliding
  • Inner Bladder: Heavy-Duty 24 Gauge PVC
  • Handles: 4
  • Weight: 22lbs.
What's Included:
  • (1) Kayak
  • (1) Paddle
  • (1) Hand pump
  • (1) Carrying bag
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Rave Sea Rebel Inflatable Kayak 02365 Sea rebel inflatable kayak
$232.14
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