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Attack Whitewater Kayak

  • 9' 6" Length
  • 35" Width
  • 34 Weight (lbs)
  • $ 674.99 MSRP

Attack Whitewater Kayak Description

Take-on the roughest conditions with the Attack™ Whitewater Kayak! At 9’6” with a width of 35”, a tube diameter of 9.50”, and 12” rocker, this self-bailer is made for whitewater. Constructed of durable 840 Denier PVC Tarpaulin and weighing in at 34 lbs., this kayak consists of three air chambers and features a series of self-bailing ports, adjustable thigh straps, an adjustable seat, hull abrasion rails, and a self-draining covered rear cargo hold for stashing gear.

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Attack Whitewater Kayak Specifications

  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Weight: 34 lbs
  • Length: 9' 6"
  • Width: 35"
  • Primary Material: Folding/Inflatable

Attack Whitewater Kayak Features

  • Structure: Inflatable

Recommended Usage

  • Activity Type: Recreation, Whitewater
  • Water Type: River/Creek (Up to Class II), Whitewater (Class III+)
  • Duration: Day Trip
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Smaller Adult/Child, Average Adult, Larger Adult

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Attack Whitewater Kayak Reviews

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Tried the Attack out today...

Tried the Attack out today @Tamahi on Vedder River. I would say Class II-III . Very nice, it feels very responsive… especially if you really lean into the thigh straps. Went down with buddy who recently bought the Angler StraightEdge. Two totally different rides. With the StraightEdge Angler he was riding higher and staying drier, but with my Attack it was full on into the waves, slicing right through them as apposed to over them I would say.

Felt very stable, very maneuverable & responsive. It feels like it would be very difficult to get dumped or thrown from this kayak. The thigh straps work very well. You do get very wet however compared to the Angler StraightEdge as there's lots of water coming over the boat as it cuts into the gnarls.

See the Advanced Elements Attack Inflatable Kayak in Action on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emm7OJpvQmA