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Sprint 120XR Description

The SPRINT 120XR performance kayak is ideal for intermediate to advanced paddlers. It's designed with premium quality features to suit your active lifestyle and adventures. All of Pelican's boats have been thoughtfully designed with the most convenient and comfortable features to suit each paddler’s specific needs. The outdoors is now within your reach with the perfect boat waiting for you.

Sprint 120XR Specs and Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit Inside
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Additional Attributes

  • Deep V Chine Hull and 12’ long design gives you better tracking and increased secondary stability
  • Ergoflex G2 seating system is specially designed with thicker ergonomic padding
  • Packed with the most convenient features and storage compartments
  • Keel extension helps your kayak go straighter as you paddle along
  • Stern bulkhead will give you extra flotation and will ensure you're able to empty any water
  • Exceptionally durable high molecular density polyethylene means less material is needed to produce each boat

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Sprint 120XR Reviews

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Moved up from a Venture 100…

Submitted by: canuck45 on 8/2/2022

Moved up from a Venture 100 to the Sprint 120XR and a great move.
Tracks well for a "recreational" kayak. Cross winds had little affect on directional stability. Went where I pointed it,
Lot less crabbing than my old one.

Easier paddling than my Venture and glided much further without veering.
Rear hatch didn't have any water in it, and thats a good thing.
Day hatch (4") stayed dry (little small, holds a phone and wallet)
No front (cockpit) drain plug, will be drilling a hole in the bow and putting in a plug.
Even though V chines rock easily, felt very confident and safe with the design.
I usually use a foam seat cushion, took it out for a 5 hr trip and was still comfortable without it this time.
Got caught out in the afternoon winds (15-20mph) on a large lake, whitecaps and a 1.5-2' chop. Paddling straight into the wind and wave, handled it smoothly

4.5 out of 5 for value for $$$$ ($1000 CAD), Put in a front drain plug and gets a 5