Intex Challenger K2 Kayak

Apr 15, 2015

Category: Gear

Don’t just row, row, row your boat gently down the stream. Instead, enjoy a tough vinyl ride in an inflatable kayak that’s more than just a jumped-up inner-tube. Able to resist punctures and harmful UV rays, the Challenger K2 also keeps you and a buddy safe with stunning graphics so jet skiers out on the lake won’t run you down. It’s a two-seater coup for the light river runner seeking something they can carry with them over the hill and through the woods.

Able to hold two people for a grand floating 350 lbs. the high capacity pump makes it a snap to inflate while the 84-inch aluminum oars give you plenty of maneuverability without stacking on additional weight. Even has a bit of nautical webbing at the forefront for your waterproof backpack or the sixer of microbrew you’ll need when the paddling is done. [Purchase]

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