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Attack™ Pro Whitewater Kayak

Attack™ Pro Whitewater Kayak Description

Fully upgraded with drop-stitch technology, take on the roughest conditions in the Attack™ PRO Whitewater Kayak! With 12-inch rocker, a wide stance, and a 9.5-inch tube diameter, this full-time self-bailer is stable, responsive, and made for whitewater. The 3-chamber construction consists of durable PVC Tarpaulin and features adjustable foot pegs, thigh straps, a supportive high-back seat, and hull abrasion rails. Weighing in at only 25 lbs., it’s light enough for longer portages and is a blast on the water!

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Attack™ Pro Whitewater Kayak Specs and Features

  • Structure: Inflatable
  • Cockpit Type: Sit on Top / Open Cockpit
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Additional Attributes

  • Drop-stitch floor, Self-bailing ports, and 12″ bow/stern rise (rocker) for quick turns.
  • Heavy-duty PVC Tarpaulin construction.
  • 35″ width provides increased stability.
  • Stern deck covered cargo bay for storing a drybag or other gear.
  • Adjustable Foot Pegs
  • Thigh Straps

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Same as above. Could not find…

Submitted by: paddler889574 on 10/19/2020
Same as above. Could not find reviews on the Advanced Elements Attack Pro. Received IK on Friday, Paddle two Class 3 rivers over weekend and thought it handled great. Low rock gets you a bit wetter than other IK. The thigh straps and foot pegs are a great addition. Seems to be well built for the price. From 1st impression, I would recommend to others. 4 stars but will re-review next season, after durability determined. As must things, does not fit back in duffle bag easy.
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When I bough this I couldn't…

Submitted by: paddler827614 on 7/19/2020
When I bough this I couldn't find much info online about them so i'm writing a review to help others. The TLDR; is its a good cheap way to get out on class 2-3(+) rivers. The build quality is solid and it will hold up. It's also extremely fast to set up and inflate. Its hard to review tracking and performance since it's an inflatable kayak meant for whitewater so of course tracking is not good. It is very stable though and hard to flip. The foot pegs and thigh strap are top notch. The seat leaves a little to be desired especially if your taller, it could use some higher support. It feels smaller than other inflatables when on the water. This can make smaller rapids a lot more fun since you feel a lot more in the action. But it can also make class 3 and bigger stuff more intimidating. One downside is it has a bit less of a rocker than other whitewater inflatables. This means your going to get pounded by waves a bit more often. It also has a pretty low weight capacity which generally means it sits a little lower and the self bailing ports take on more water. (you always get wet sitting in a self bailer but you'll get REALLY wet in these).