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Old Town "Vapor 10 Angler"

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Old Town
Model:
Vapor 10 Angler
MSRP ($):
499.00
Length (ft):
10

The Vapor 10 Angler is a great choice for anglers who are in search of a compact kayak, but don’t want to sacrifice space. It has less weight and bulk, which makes transporting the kayak very easy and offers very good tracking as well as speed. In addition, the price of the Vapor 10 Angler is also very affordable, which makes it even more appealing.

On the front and the back of the kayak you’ll find the convenient built-in carry handles, both of which are very durable. While this kayak doesn’t have a front storage compartment, it does have bungee straps that can be used to store stuff. The molded-in cockpit tray features a cup holder along with enough space for keeping lures or other small items within reach while the cockpit itself is roomy enough to sit comfortably along with whatever items you want to bring with you. As for the seat itself, it doesn’t really feature a lot of padding on the back, but it is adjustable and the bottom is padded for extra comfort. Adjustments can be done with ease out on the water, which is always a plus. In addition, the thigh pads along the side of the cockpit and the foot pegs to rest your feet makes it even more comfortable to sit in for extended periods.

Behind the cockpit you’ll find two rod holders, with a drain plug below one of them, and the stern day well. Completing the package is an anchor trolley system and skid plate. The Vapor 10 Angler definitely deliver in terms of space compared to other 10’ kayaks and best of all, it does so at a very reasonable price.

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