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Old Town "Vapor 12 Angler"

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Old Town "Vapor 12 Angler"

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Old Town
Model:
Vapor 12 Angler
MSRP ($):
649.99
Length (ft):
12

The Vapor 12 Angler is a fast and surprisingly stable kayak that offers anglers a smooth ride along with plenty of room. Despite all of this, the kayak is still light enough that transporting it around shouldn’t take too much effort. Despite a lack of dry compartments, the Vapor 12 Angler features plenty of space to store items. In addition to the day well on the back of the kayak, it also has an open cockpit with more than enough storage space in front of you.

Comfort comes in the form of the adjustable comfort flex seat and glide track foot brace system along with thigh pads. Although the seat base is made from molded plastic, it has padded cushions and the backrest is adjustable for extra comfort. In front of the cockpit you will also find a molded-in dashboard, complete with cup-holder, to prevent your beverage from spilling and to provide easy access to all your lures and other smaller items. Other features include built in carry handles, a skid plate, a molded-in paddle rest with bungee and anchor trolley system.

Despite the size of the Vapor 12 Angler, it is maneuverable enough to get into tight spaces while its design means it can quickly get you where you want to go on the water. About the only downside to this kayak is the lack of dry storage space, but it performs well in all other areas.

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