Jackson Kayaks Rogue 10
From white water to flat water this boat is very adaptable…
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $999
From white water to flat water this boat is very adaptable for any use. Good stability and great tracking with the drop down skeg makes it perfect for the beginner to the more advanced user.
- Maneuvers easily
- Large padded cockpit with comfortable seat
- Plenty of packing space for an overnighter
- 47 lb.
This boat was just what I was looking for in a crossover between white water to flat water capabilities. It's stable and maneuvers easily through tight spots and with the drop down skeg that is utilized by a handle on the right side of cockpit you can track great through long sections of flatwater.
The padded seat is comfortable for long paddles and is easy to adjust from seated position in boat. Easy in and out with nice size opening. Plenty of packing room for an overnighter in the stern dry hatch.
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Jackson Kayak created the Rogue 10 Kayak to serve two purposes: the first as a posed, nimble whitewater charger and the second as a fully-capable and comfortable light touring boat. You'll find the same tough, plastic resin Jackson uses in its whitewater boats, a stern hatch with storage enough for a multi-day trip, and the cockpit comfort necessary to tackle long days or rough water. Versatility defines the Rogue 10 and as such, this boat grows with abilities of beginners, inspires confidence in intermediate paddlers, and gives experts all the performance they need to rip in this do-it-all rig.
Not your grandfather's dry top! OK, so your grandpa's dry top probably had a Kokatat label, but the Rogue set a new standard in fit and style. A blend of three different GORE-TEX laminates equals excellent breathability, superior durability and a very dry ride.
Jackson Kayaks Rogue 10 Whitewater KayakOne boat with two distinctly different personalities. Designed to be the quiver of one for the paddler whose appetite for river adventure is a bit more sampler platter than main course. Versatility is the calling card of the Rogue thanks to a hull shape designed to expertly bridge the opposing performance characteristics of being fast on flatwater while nimble in whitewater. Transitioning from light touring down meandering rivers to Class II-III whitewater is this Rogue's calling card.The Basics: Jackson Kayak designs have made our whitewater kayaks #1. There is exceptional history behind the craftsmanship of in-house designer Tony Lee. From a materials standpoint, we use the same plastic resin in our touring kayaks as we do for our most hardcore whitewater kayaks. Although this may be considered over-kill, we are proud to offer these materials along with a lifetime warranty on all our recreationa
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