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Necky Chatham 16 Ocean Sea Touring Kayak w/ Skeg - An ideal explorer built to minimize windage, the Chatham 16 offers great maneuverability and superb rough water performance. The full-chined hull provides incredible stability for its width and quick response to edging and lean turns. Designed to inspire confidence, it allows you to push your limits and expand your comfort zone. A retractable skeg featuring kink-free NeckyWire, allows you to adjust the trim of your kayak in windy conditions, reducing fatigue and making a significant difference in your boat's ability to track. The outfitting is relaxed and roomy. Made of water-resistant durable molded foam, the seat is designed specifically to reduce pressure on your sciatic nerve. By actually improving blood, you'll be able to paddle longer distances without your feet and legs falling asleep. Adjustable backband, thigh braces and foot

- Outdoorplay

When the wind picks up or you're on a long reach between islands, you'll appreciate the retractable skeg and full-chined hull of the Necky Chatham 16 Kayak. You can drop the skeg just a few inches for light trim, or all the way in rough seas to balance out the boat and improve tracking. This improved efficiency can make all the difference between arriving at your destination before dark with energy left to set up camp ... or not.

- Backcountry.com

Necky Chatham 16

previously retailed for:
$1,137.49 - $2,217.51

The Necky Chatham 16 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 10, 2015 at Outdoorplay.

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