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Just because the Native Watercraft Redfish 10 Kayak is the least expensive kayak in Native Watercraft's lineup doesn't mean that it's some crappy raft built by Tom Sawyer. On the contrary, this kayak's polyethylene hull withstands all the punishments that all of Native Watercraft's kayaks are known for, and its small, sleek shape lets you maneuver through the tightest waterways with ease. The padded seat provides a surprising amount of comfort that you appreciate during full-day river trips, and you can adjust the foot braces for an ideal fit. And the taco paddle holder prevents your paddles from slipping into the water if you want to fish on the lake that day. The Redfish 10 also features a cargo well that secures all your gear so it doesn't slip into the water thanks to the bungee cord, and you can stash your electronics in a dry bag and store the bag in the bow hatch to keep them safe. The kayak also features scupper plugs to help keep you out of the water, side and grab handles for easy beach put-ins, and a cup holder for your convenience.
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