Driftsun Transparent Kayak

Jun 28, 2017

Category: Gear

Any diver or snorkeler can attest to the fact that the world beneath the water is just as interesting (if not more) as life on the surface. Now you can experience the best of both courtesy the Driftsun Transparent Kayak.

Made from a UV resistant polycarbonate hull, this kayak is as clear as can be. Thanks to its anodized aluminum frame and adjustable seats, the Driftsun can comfortably fit one or two passengers while providing an unobstructed view to the bottom of your local lake, river, or bay. With a capacity of up to 425 pounds and the capability of paddling out into either calm or choppy waters, this kayak is game for whatever adventure you’re looking to go on. Not interested in assembling a 11-foot long by 32-inch wide kayak? Don’t worry. The kayak is shipped fully assembled, and ready to tackle any adventure head on.

Purchase: $1,600

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