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Feelfree kayaks "Lure" photos leaked

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Leaked photos of Feelfree's newest kayak, the “Lure”, give you a closer look at the multiple position high-low seating option. The seat looks similar to the Wilderness Systems "Air Pro" seat, with an internal plastic frame and padding, and the added ability to raise and lower into four different positions.

Feelfree lure seat in high position

The seat in the high position

Feelfree lure bow view

Bow view with a large padded standing platform

Feelfree Lure Rod Stagers

Side view with a good view of the rod stagers


Update 11/15/13

Here are the specs on the Feelfree Lure 11

  • Length 11’6”
  • Width 36”
  • Weight 69 lbs
  • Capacity 375 Lbs
  • Pricing  Retail is 1099.  1249 with Rudder.

Production will start December and Feelfree will start filling orders January 2014. The Lure 10 will be avaliable Feburary 2013.

We've added some new photos of the limited edition “Sun Camo”

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Comments  

 
# RedFishJax 2013-11-12 15:53
That's a good looking kayak. I wanna test one out once they're available. Curious how comfortable the seat is, and how stable the kayak is.
 
 
# Irish Fly 2013-11-12 18:05
I tested a Feel Free Moken 10 and 12 back in June. Great stability while paddling, a little rocky when sitting still / drifting. It was high on my list, but I went a different route. I realize this is a different kayak altogether, but looks very similar to the Moken.
 
 
# TightLines89 2013-11-13 12:20
Feelfree makes a quality kayak. I own a Moken 12. I'm looking forward to trying this one out.
 
 
# Andy B 2013-11-15 18:52
Looks like a decent idea for a flats boat but probably not the best for long paddles. I love the comfy looking seat. Maybe a little higher back would be nice?
 
 
# imnohero 2013-11-16 14:53
That is one sweet ride
 
 
# JimmyZ123 2013-11-19 19:29
First thing I recommend anyone do before purchasing is leak test the front hatch, actually anyone owning a Moken Kayak new or old should leak test the front hatch. I had a Moken 14 and on a few trips ended the day with more than 5 gallons of water INSIDE the kayak. That extra weight, and sloshing can make for a very difficult paddle, and also can be dangerous. I was assured the issue was fixed, but was never shown the actual fix for the issue. The Mokens or Feel Free Kayaks are great, but leak test and repair to ensure your safety.
 

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