NRS Whitewater Kayak Sherpa

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Manufacturer's Description

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Packing your boat into and out of that sweet creeking run is a breeze with the NRS Whitewater Kayak Sherpa. With the padded hip belt and shoulder straps, it's like a hiking backpack on steroids!Adjusts to fit most current whitewater kayaks, positioned bow or stern up, and with your back against either the bottom or the deck of the boat.The adjustable, padded shoulder straps and waist belt spread the boat's weight between the shoulders and hips, increasing carry comfort.Three long, heavy-duty 1-1/2" webbing straps that clip around the boat give you great versatility for attaching your kayak to the pack.Leaves your hands free for carrying other gear, for balancing, or for holding onto a bow strap for longer boats.When you get to the water, stow the Sherpa behind your seat or up in the bow.No more propping the kayak on your shoulder or dragging it up the trail. The Whitewater Kayak Sherpa just made getting to that great playspot or creek run a lot easier.

- NRS

Haul your boat and gear comfortably and securely on your back with our new backpack kayak carrying system. Fits any boat, positioned bow or stern up, with your back against either the hull or the cockpit opening. Three long, heavy-duty webbing straps clip around the middle and both ends to ensure a secure hold. Stows easily in the back of your boat when you're on the water.

- Altrec Outdoors

With the NRS Whitewater Kayak Sherpa, packing your boat into and out of that sweet creeking run is a breeze. With the padded hip belt and shoulder straps, it's like a hiking backpack on steroids! Highly versatile, the Kayak Sherpa adjusts to fit any whitewater kayak, positioned bow or stern up and with your back against either the bottom or the deck of the boat. Adjust the padded shoulder straps and waist belt to spread the boat's weight between the shoulders and the hips, increasing the comfort of carrying a heavy boat up a hill.

- RockCreek