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Hurricane "Skimmer 140T"

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Hurricane
Model:
Skimmer 140T
MSRP ($):
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Length (ft):
14.5

Skimmer 140T” perfected the tandem SOT deck on a proven lightweight hull design for kayak anglers who like to spend time fishing with a buddy. Designed with durable, abrasion resistant, lightweight Trylon ABS material, low seat pan and comfortable outfitting make you and your buddy totally connected with the boat as you paddle across river, creeks or rough waters. In addition, it’s built with deck storage, cup holder and easily adjustable accessories for more convenient and enjoyable kayak fishing.

Features:
  • Outfitting new airstream seat
  • Bow and stern hatches
  • Deck storage for dry bag and gear
  • Deck bungee rigging
  • Console with cup holder
  • Foot brace support system
  • 6 2-inch scuppers drain foot well and rear well

Specs:

  • Width: 33" | 83.82 cm
  • Weight: 65 lbs | 29.48 kg
  • Capacity: 425 lbs | 192.77 kg

 

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