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This narrow-beam kayak is simple to set up, and its aluminum frame and high-pressure air chambers provide a high-performance hull comparable to a hard-shell kayak.

  • Features

    • With a slightly wider footprint and speedier setup than the previous models, the AirFusion Elite increases stability in the water and offers a roomy, comfortable feel
    • Combination of aluminum alloy frame materials and high-pressure air tubes results in a rigid, high-performance inflatable kayak
    • PVC tarpaulin skin offers superb puncture resistance; welded seams ensure long life
    • Zippered access on bow and stern aids in setup and offers access to items stored below the deck, and rear roll-top hatch offers additional storage
    • Molded, low-profile rubber handles ease transport to the water; inflatable cockpit coaming offers easy attachment of optional sprayskirt (not included)
    • Bungee deck lacing allows easy access to gear, and beverage pockets behind the seat offer thirst-quenching storage
    • D-ring gear tie-downs offer attachment points
    • Easy-to-use Boston valves and Twistlok™ valves are compatible with most pumps and speed setup time
    • Comes with a repair kit, instruction manual and a heavy-duty duffel storage bag
    • Do not under inflate your boat! Advanced Elements recommends inflate with a 12V electric pump, and then top off with a quality hand pump to get up to the recommended pressure


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Flatwater Kayaking


    PVC tarpaulin/aluminum ribs


    13 feet


    28 inches


    12 inches


    32 pounds

    Cockpit Size

    32 x 16.5 inches

    Seat Type

    Padded / Foam

    Number of Paddlers


    Paddle Included


    Weight Capacity (lbs)

    235 pounds

    Tracking System


    Packed Dimensions

    35 x 21 x 9 inches

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