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Jackson Kayak Orion 10

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Jackson Kayak
Model:
Orion
MSRP ($):
899.00
Length (ft):
10

Outdoorsman looking for all the benefits of the Orion 12 like perimeter deck rigging for constructing natural duck blinds and ample storage but want a smaller overall package should take a close look at the Jackson Kayak “Orion 10”. 2 feet shorter and 10 pounds lighter then its larger cousin the Orion 10 would be a great kayak for smaller adults or kids.

Features:

  • Elite Seat
  • Perimeter rigging for gear and blinds
  • Slots for easy seat adjustment
  • Foot pegs
  • Solid grab handles

 Specs:

  • Width: 30.5″
  • Weight: 52 lbs
  • Capacity: 300 lbs

 

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Perfect for my grandson

I got this kayak for my grandson, it is the perfect size for him. He can easily get the kayak into the water by himself and has not complained about being in it for many hours a day. I've fished out of it once and if I was a little smaller I think I'd really like this kayak. Overall Jackson did a great job making a no nonsense fishing kayak that smaller people can enjoy.

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