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Native Slayer 12 XC 5 months 3 days ago #1


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What's up with this boat? I find very little information about it on line. Most of the stuff is 6 months old and they say it is suppose to be released in March 2018.

The picture on the Native web site is a rendering, so if they don't even have a protype to take a picture of, I get the feeling that this thing is vapor ware.

So what do you know about the real release date or has this boat been pushed way, way back?
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Native Slayer 12 XC 5 months 2 days ago #2


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Strange ..... You would think Native would have some videos or pics of staff demonstrating the new model if it is to start shipping this month . I do however understand your frustrations . My pre-ordered kayak was supposed to ship this week , but I found out that it's delayed till the 31st . Arrrrggggg !
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Native Slayer 12 XC 5 months 2 days ago #3


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This is a link to the Native site saying the boat is to be released this month: nativewatercraft.com/product/slayer-12-xc/

Notice that even the picture is a Rendering???? Not even a photo of a prototype, more like a picture of a future project. Many times vendors don't update their websites often, but if this boat is to come out soon, they have a strange way of showing it.
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