Current Designs Kestrel 140

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Speedy and sleek, the Current Designs Kestrel 140 Roto kayak with rudder is ready for day-touring fun.

- REI

2NDS . The Kestrel 140 recreational kayak from Current Designs is ideal for small lakes and slow-moving rivers. The large cockpit provides ample leg room for a comfortable day on the water, and the wide design makes for smooth handling. Wider design allows for more nimble handling on lighter waters Roomy cockpit for a comfortable ride Perfect for recreational paddlers Comfort padded seat with back adjustment Bow and stern haul handles Bungee deck rigging Weight capacity: 350 lb. Length: 14’ Width: 26” Depth: 13-1_2” Cockpit: 38x18-1_2” Weight: 44 lb. Material: Thermo composite 2NDS . USA. Boats are cosmetic 2NDS and may come with minor blemishes, not unlike those that will be incurred on the first outing. To ensure your satisfaction, please remove all packaging material immediately upon arrival, and inspect for damage prior to signing acceptance form from carrier. Note any damage on carrier’s document, and contact Sierra Trading Post with any problems. Delivery Charge: $125. Must ship via truck within the continental U.S. only. Cannot be applied to special shipping offers. Visit our Kayaking Gear Guide

- Sierra Trading Post

Current Designs Kestrel 140

previously retailed for:
$1,019.09 - $2,299.00

The Current Designs Kestrel 140 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 31, 2016 at REI.

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