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Perception Hi Life 11.0

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Perception Hi Life 11.0

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Perception
Model:
Hi Life 11.0
MSRP ($):
799.00
Length (ft):
11

For anglers who cannot make up their mind whether to opt for a kayak or a paddle board, the Perception Hi Life 11.0 may just offer a convenient solution. When it comes to versatility, the Hi Life 11.0 is pretty hard to beat. It is not only suitable for anglers who want the best of both worlds when it comes to kayaks and stand up paddle boards, but it is also great for more than just fishing.

 

The Perception Hi Life 11.0 is 11' long and features a sit-on-top design. It can either be paddled just like a normal kayak, but it is also stable enough that you can get up and paddle it like a stand up paddle board. If you opt for the latter, you don't have to worry about comfort either as it features unique cushioning that is spread across the entire top surface to make it easier on your feet. If you need to cool down, you'll also love the low-profile rear swim deck of this kayak, complete with handles that make it easy for you to get back on the board. The front area of the kayak is also nice and large, so it can be used for extra gear or for a child or pet to perch.

 

If you plan on using the Perception Hi Life 11.0 for angling, then you are going to have to make use of the two mounting points that can be found behind the seat. It makes use of the Perception Solo Mount accessory system, which requires no drilling or tools, but the Perception Solo Mount Base is sold separately. Once you have the mount installed into the molded recess, it can be paired with a number of RAM accessories and mounts in order to add holders for fishing rods, fish-finders and much more.

 

The Perception Hi Life 11.0 is great for anyone who can appreciate the versatility, but if you are looking for a pure kayak angling craft, then there are better vessels available. While the Hi Life 11.0 is 34" wide and can hold a maximum capacity of 280 lbs, it lacks the hatches and bungees of a traditional fishing kayak. Overall, though, this is a great hybrid that is ideal for those who want the best of both worlds.

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