Field & Stream AXE 100 Angler Kayak
- Carry Weight: 49 lbs.
- Max Capacity: 280 lbs.
The Field & Stream® AXE 100 Kayak was engineered for the fisherman and the everyday outdoorsman. Built tough and made for convenience this kayak boasts its durability, ease of transportation and comfort.
- Comfort padded back seat for support and all-day comfort
- Front and rear carry handles for easy carrying
- Flush mount rod holders for hands-free fishing and ease
- Bungee cords on top of deck to ensure your gear stays in one place
- Beverage holders for all-day hydration and convenience
- Accessory rails for easy accessory mounting and removal
- Molded-in footrests to ensure lower body comfort
- Dual paddle keepers to always have your paddles secure
- Wishbone draining system for funneling water to scupper holes
- Scupper holes and drain plug for convenient water removal
- For top-of-car transportation we recommend straps with buckles
- Open rear well which accommodates up to a 5-gallon bucket, as well as dry bags
- Built in the USA
- Country of Origin : United States of America
- Brand : Field & Stream
- Web ID: 20FNSUX100STKYKXXPSK
- SKU: 21118176
|Carry Weight||49 lbs|
|Max Weight Capacity||280 lbs|
|Recommended Use||Fishing & recreation|
|Seat Style||One person sit-on-top|
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