Innova Twist I Inflatable Kayak - Green TWT1-0017-GRN
Because of popular demand, Innova is releasing the Twist I inflatable kayak in green in 2017! At only 16 lbs., the Twist I is the lightest general recreation kayak on the market. This inflatable kayak is the "little brother" or "solo version" of the Twist II tandem kayak - also known as the "Double Twist". The Twist I is great for day touring, backpacking into lakes, and fishing. Its adjustable seat allows for flexible arrangement of your gear, and its low seating makes it very buoyant and stable - perfect for beginners and paddlers of all experience levels.
The Twist I can be fully set up and inflated in minutes, and when you're done, easily rolls up into a carry bag small enough to be checked as a carry-on bag on an airplane.
Like almost all of Innova's inflatable kayaks, the Twist I is PVC free and made of Nitrylon - a strong, rugged, rip-stop polyester fabric, with a coating of natural rubbers on the interior for great air retention. It also has 3 separate air chambers which each inflate to an industry-leading 3 psi. (compared to competitors' 1.5-2 psi.), making a firmer, snappier, and more stable inflatable kayak. This 3 air chamber system also allows you to paddle the kayak to shore in the unlikely event that one of the chambers loses air.
Even thought it's the most inexpensive inflatable kayak Innova offers, its detailing is equivalent to Innova's higher priced kayaks. The Twist I has high-quality bayonet-style valves used in its 3 separate main air chambers.
- Type: Recreation
- RIVER RATING: Class I
- COLOR: Green
- LENGTH: 8'6"
- WIDTH: 31"
- WEIGHT: 16.3 lbs
- AIR CHAMBERS: 3, each inflating to 3 psi.
- CAPACITY: 220 lbs (1 person)
- PACKED DIM: 17x11x7"
- MATERIAL: Nitrylon Lite™ (NL) for added durability - No PVC!
- INCLUDES: Tracking fin, repair kit, carry bag
- RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES: Paddle, lifejacket
- PVC-FREE: This product is made free of PVC!
- SPRAY DECK: None
- SELF BAILING: No
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