Old Town Vapor 10 Kayak
Padded, adjustable Comfort Flex seat
Molded-in cockpit tray with cup holder
Molded-in paddle rest
Built-in carry handles
Adjustable foot pegs
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- This is an oversized item. Additional freight will be calculated during checkout.
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Product DescriptionThis sporty kayak offers a stable, efficient, and comfortable ride. With the Vapor Kayak, getting a workout is as easy as grabbing your water bottle and heading to the nearest body of water. Features padded and adjustable Comfort Flex seat, molded-in cockpit tray with cup holder, thigh pads, stern day well, adjustable foot pegs, molded-in paddle rest, and built-in carry handles. Additional shipping charges.
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Q:does this have any way to float if swamped. you know, like foam or air bags.Asked on 5/23/2010 by minismalls from jordan mn
A:Yes, this has foam in the bow and the stern, although it does not float well enough to maintain its bouyancy with an occupant, but it will not sink on its ownAnswered on 6/7/2010 by Patriot Chris from Lake Ozark, MO
A:I just bought one. It has styrofoam blocks inside front and back.Answered on 6/14/2010 by Yoda from Greenville, NC
A:yes, it has foam at the head and tailAnswered on 7/8/2010 by New River from Charleston WV
A:yes...foam blocks in bow and sternAnswered on 7/19/2010 by Mark from Burlington, NC
Q:I am a little over 6 foot. would I fit in it comfortably?Asked on 5/10/2010 by guitardude232 from jacksonville, FL
A:Yes, I am 6'3" 250 lbs, and I fit great. The cockpit is nearly 50" and very easy to enter and exitAnswered on 6/7/2010 by Patriot Chris from Lake Ozark, MO
A:I just bought one. I am 6'-1" 220lbs. When I sit in it with my feet on the last setting my legs are only slightly bend, almost straight out. I think you are supposed to have them bent like rowing.Answered on 6/14/2010 by Yoda from Greenville, NC
A:The range is reasonable from 5'0 to 6'5. After that it could be cramped. You should have your knees bend and controlling the boat, at least in fast water.Answered on 4/8/2011 by Dominus from Central VA
A:Yes! I'm 6'3" and I fit fine. Easy to get in and out of with the large opening. My wifes Otter I have a hard time with.Answered on 5/21/2012 by Bob from Battle Creek, Mi