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NECKY KAYAKS


LOOKSHA 17 (H) www.neckykayaks.com $1,749.99


The Looksha 17 easily accommodates medium to larger paddlers and all of their gear. When stowing gear, you’ll find the bow and stern hatches are the largest hatch openings ever designed by Necky. High initial stability, excellent glide and outstanding acceleration ensure that currents, tides or wind chop up to four feet won’t slow you down. Features an Active Comfort System seat, a rudder system with adjustable foot pegs and hatches with Necky’s CrossLock buckle system and bulkheads.


Material: Polyethylene | Length: 17’4” | Width: 23.75” | Cockpit Dimensions: 33” x 17.25”| Capacity: 325–375 lbs | Weight: 65 lbs


NECKY KAYAKS


CHATHAM 17 (I) www.neckykayaks.com $1,749.99


A classic design, the Chatham 17 is a Greenland- inspired coastal playboat built to tame the biggest conditions—high winds, surf and tides. Less- pronounced rocker than its 16-foot sibling gives the Chatham 17 stronger tracking and greater hull speed. It sits comfortably on edge and responds quickly to a deliberate paddle stroke. Adjustable outfitting offers maximum comfort while still providing positive fit for aggressive edging and rolls. Includes a retractable skeg.


Material: Superlinear Polyethylene | Length: 17’1.5” | Width: 21” | Cockpit Dimensions: 33.5” x 17.75” | Capacity: 300–350 lbs | Weight: 63 lbs


NECKY KAYAKS


ELIZA (J) www.neckykayaks.com $1,549.99


The 49-pound Eliza is one of the lightest poly boats in the day-touring category and offers women a sleek, responsive boat with a superior ergonomic fit. The chine and rocker profiles, combined with the Eliza’s slight vee-shaped hull, create a balance of stability, tracking, maneuverability and reduced drag that will help smaller paddlers achieve a comfortable touring pace on the water. Add to that a lower deck profile and women’s specific cockpit design and the rest is gravy.


Material: Superlinear Polyethylene | Length: 15’3” | Width: 22” | Cockpit Dimensions: 28.25” x 16” | Capacity: 225–275 lbs | Weight: 49 lbs


P&H CUSTOM SEA KAYAKS


SCORPIO (K) www.phseakayaks.com $2,099


The Scorpio is the polyethylene version of the proven Cetus. Like the Cetus, the Scorpio has an efficient hull shape that is stable and easy to control. Made in super-stiff Corelite plastic, the Scorpio is a great choice for paddlers who want expedition performance in a polyethylene hull.


Material: Corelite Polyethylene | Scorpio LV Length: 16’7”; Width: 21”; Cockpit Dimensions: 25” x 16.5”; Capacity: 110–242 lbs; Weight: 55 lbs | Scorpio Length: 16’11”; Width: 22”; Cockpit Dimensions: 28.5” x 16.5”; Capacity: 143–275 lbs; Weight: 63 lbs


RIOT KAYAKS


BRITTANY 16.5 (L) www.riotkayaks.com $1,399–$2,299


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The Brittany’s reputation speaks for itself—it’s fast and agile, yet accessible to paddlers of all skills, its stability instantly makes you feel at ease, while its moderate width makes it possible for expert paddlers to express all the subtlety. Plenty of deck storage, a compass recess, lifelines, skeg and rudder, and safety straps


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