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COMPOSITE NECKY KAYAKS ELIZA RUDDER


COMPOSITE (L) www.neckykayaks.com $2,549.99–$4,300.99


The women’s-specific Eliza Rudder blends premium materials with the experience of Necky’s designers to create an incredibly lightweight kayak that is built for distance, performance and speed. Offering great edge control, mid-to-high primary stability and excellent secondary stability, the Eliza is a stable, comfortable and durable high-end kayak. It features a compact cockpit, bow and stern hatches with the Cross Lock buckle system, a touring seat with backband and more.


Length: 15’3” | Width: 21” | Cockpit Dimensions: 28.5” x 15” | Capacity: 225–275 lbs | Fiberglass: 45 lbs, $2,549.99 | Carbon: 41 lbs, $4,300.99


P&H CUSTOM SEA KAYAKS


ARIES (M) www.phseakayaks.com $3,499–$3,699


The Aries is the composite version of the groundbreaking P&H Delphin. Refined lines make this ocean playboat fast and efficient. Delphin heritage insures maximum performance in tide races and ocean surf. The Aries is stable and maneuverable—perfect choice for play, day-trips and weekend adventures.


Cockpit Dimensions: 32” x 16.5” | Aries 150 4-Hatch Length: 15’; Width: 21.5”; Capacity: 88–231 lbs; Fiberglass-Diolen: 57 lbs, $3,699; Carbon-Kevlar: n/a | Aries 155 4-Hatch Length: 15’9”, Width: 22.5”; Capacity: 143–275 lbs; Fiberglass-Diolen: 55.1 lbs, $3,699; Carbon- Kevlar: n/a | Aries 155 3-Hatch: $3,499


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LOOKSHA ELITE


COMPOSITE (N) www.neckykayaks.com $3,100.99–$4,400.99


The award-winning Looksha Elite Composite is an outstanding touring and expedition kayak with excellent tracking, performance, glide and handling characteristics. It has bow and stern hatches with bulkheads for a combined storage capacity of more than 200 liters (can hold up to 13, 15-liter dry bags), yet its responsiveness is unparalleled. In addition to a rudder for better control, the SmartTrack foot pedals with toe control allow for more efficiency during your stroke.


Length: 17’ | Width: 22” | Cockpit Dimensions: 32” x 16” | Capacity: 300–350 lbs | Fiberglass: 52 lbs, $3,100.99 | Carbon: 47 lbs, $4,400.99


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P&H CUSTOM SEA KAYAKS


CETUS (O) www.phseakayaks.com $3,799–$4,199


The P&H Cetus is the choice of expedition paddlers and coaches worldwide. Rock solid stability in rough conditions is paired with playful maneuverability to create an expedition kayak that appeals to beginners and experts alike. Available in three sizes for precise fit and performance.


Cockpit Dimensions: 31.5” x 16.25” | LV Length: 17’5”; Width: 21.25”’ Capacity: 99–231 lbs; Fiberglass-Diolen: 53.4 lbs, $3,799; Carbon-Kevlar: 50 lbs, $4,199 | MV Length: 17’7”; Width: 21.5”; Capacity: 121–253 lbs; Fiberglass-Diolen: 61.2 lbs, $3,799; Carbon-Kevlar: 51.3 lbs, $4,199 | HV Length: 17’10”; Width: 22.5”; Capacity: 143–308 lbs; Fiberglass-Diolen: 62.1 lbs, $3,799; Carbon- Kevlar 54.6 lbs, $4,199


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