Aire Sea Tiger Tandem

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Plenty of room for two people and all their camping gear. A durable urethane air cell is encased in rugged PVC. Inflated, this combination makes a rigid touring kayak; deflated, it will fold up and fit in the trunk of a sub-compact car.Repair kit included.

- NRS

Aire Sea Tiger Inflatable Kayak - Tested and approved by saltwater paddlers from the sunny coasts of Kauai to the icy waters of Antarctica, the Sea Tiger is a boat for any water. With its fast, v-shaped hull, the Sea Tiger delivers the stability and handling performance you demand. Designed for two paddlers, it can accommodate a solo boater as well. The rudder system foot pedals slide along the length of the kayak to accommodate any seat position. The self-bailing floor eliminates the need for bilge pumps. Incredibly stable, the Sea Tiger is an excellent platform for fishing or diving. Comfy Cheetah seats offer great back support, plus a storage pocket and bottle holder. TheyĆ¢??ll even double as a camp chair! Plenty of cargo tie-down attachment points and bow/stern skirts make it easy to store gear. And when the trip is done, simply deflate the Sea Tiger and store it in your trunk or closet. The AIRE Sea Tiger inflatable kayak is perfect for touring, camping and just getting away from it all.

- Outdoorplay

The Aire Sea Tiger Tandem Inflatable Kayak is a fully sea-worthy kayak that's stable enough for offshore adventures and packable enough to fit in the trunk of your car. This boat boasts an impressive array of features including tough, high-denier hull material, a triple-chamber inflatable hull design for stability, a pair of adjustable seats, and a removable rudder system that improves overall maneuverability. In a matter of minutes you can unroll this boat, inflate it, attach the seats, load up, and paddle anywhere from the warm coast of California to the chilly waters of Northern Maine.

- Backcountry.com