Pyranha Burn

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Specs

SMALL
Length 7 feet 9 inches (2.38 m)
Width 25 inches (64 cm )
Weight 37.4 pounds (17 kg)
Paddler weight range 90-200 pounds (45-95 kg)
MEDIUM
Length 8 feet (2.45 m)
Width 25.6 inches (65 cm )
Weight 41.8 pounds (19 kg)
Paddler weight range 120-230 pounds (55-105 kg)
LARGE
Length 8 feet 3 inches (2.53 m)
Width 27 inches (69 cm)
Weight 44.1l pounds (20 kg)
Paddler weight range 160-280 pounds (75-125 kg)

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Manufacturer's Description

The weapon of choice for many of the World's greatest paddlers, the Burn is exactly what you need for having pinpoint accuracy and boofing down rivers like a Pro.

Whether you're eddy hopping down remote gorges in distant locations or just want to Burn down your local run, there's more than one reason why this design is established as THE benchmark creek kayak. This boat is seriously quick!

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

What Pyranha did with the reworked Burn III Kayak is best described with a car analogy: it's like they started with a German sports coupe, but then put in a bigger engine, reworked the body for less drag and sharper handling, and gave you a road riddled with sultry curves and an utter absence of cops and speed limits. It's not asphalt but rather foamy, white-capped rapids and roiling eddies that you'll dominate while carving surgically precise lines to the next challenge on the watery playground of a fast-running river. The combination of a planing hull with distinctly sharper edges lets you spin the boat with ease while corning swiftly. A longer water line puts more power to your paddle when you're picking up speed. Also updated from previous versions, the bow gets a bigger rocker while the stern stays fairly low-key. More space up front means more volume so you ride high over obstacles and boof with the best of 'em down steep drops. Slightly smoother in back but still with clear margins, the stern is less grabby yet still sharp when precision is paramount. The decks went up a notch to accommodate more volume and shed water so you stay high above the fray. The cockpit underwent a major overhaul, stripping away unnecessary extras and narrowing the knee area. Connect outfitting still gives you an adjustable foam seat for bum comfort when paddling all day. With a less spacious cockpit, you have a greater ability to use your knees for control. With an updated profile and a more control-oriented cockpit, the Burn III yearns to be threaded between semi-submerged boulders or dropped down a class IV rapid, knowing you can't help but audibly shriek with glee.

- Backcountry.com

Flat HullFront RockerSlight V in DeckHard Carving RailsLow Deck ProfileMedium Volume Bow And SternRescues PointsRecessed Drain Bung Small Specifications Length: 238 cmWidth: 64 cmVolume: 238 LtsExternal Cockpit Length: 93.5 cmExternal Cockpit Width: 48.5 cmExternal Cockpit Weight: 17 KgsPaddler Weight Range: 45 - 95 kgs Medium Specifications Length: 245 cmWidth: 65 cmVolume: 279 LtsExternal Cockpit Length: 93.5 cmExternal Cockpit Width: 50 cmExternal Cockpit Weight: 19 KgsPaddler Weight Range: 55 - 105 kgs Large Specifications Length: 253 cmWidth: 69 cmVolume: 304 LtsExternal Cockpit Length: 93.5 cmExternal Cockpit Width: 50 cmExternal Cockpit Weight: 19 KgsPaddler Weight Range: 75 - 125 kgs

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