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The Pyranha Jed Kayak is a Freestyle kayak for hitting the river with all the tricks in your back pocket. Slightly longer than your average Freestyle boat, this allows you a bit of advantage over the others. Smoother transitions and plenty of speed on the wave, whether you're a beginner or a pro, it's all about having fun and getting better at the next trick. Features of the Pyranha Jed Kayak Planing Hull Full Progressive Rocker Full Length Rails Connect Grab Handles Security Rescue Bar Bow & Stern Mini Cell Foam Pillar Hull Stiffener Connect C4S Seat Adjustable hip pads, ratchet backband and tHigh grips Gear Strap Foam Foot Block
Full progressive rocker: Gives a really fast, loose hullV hull in the rear: 2/3 loosens up the stern for easy edge to edge transitionsSuper slicy bow and stern: Makes for smooth initiation of vertical movementCore volume distribution: Gives maximum popConnect outfitting: Fully adjustable for total control Small Specifications Length: 175 cmWidth: 63 cmVolume: 178 LtsExternal Cockpit Length: 86 cmExternal Cockpit Width: 48 cmExternal Cockpit Weight: 14 KgsPaddler Weight Range: 40 - 70 kgs Medium Specifications Length: 180 cmWidth: 65 cmVolume: 208 LtsExternal Cockpit Length: 86 cmExternal Cockpit Width: 48 cmExternal Cockpit Weight: 14.5 KgsPaddler Weight Range: 55 - 90 kgs Large Specifications Length: 186 cmWidth: 67 cmVolume: 235 LtsExternal Cockpit Length: 86 cmExternal Cockpit Width: 48 cmExternal Cockpit Weight: 15 KgsPaddler Weight Range: 80 - 110 kgs
- River Sports Outfitters
Loose in the hole and fast on the wave, the Jed Kayak is Pyranha's high-performance freestyle weapon. While boats like the Loki or the Varun would be your choice for river running, the Jed is the first stop when you need a snappy ride that makes even the most technical moves and combos easier. Progressive rocker rewards your snappy edging style with plenty of pop to get you airborne, and when you land, the v-hull contour (at the rear two-thirds of the stern) makes your landing buttery smooth. Like a play boat, the bow and stern are slicey, which makes vertical maneuvers that much easier. One of the primary differences between the Jed and its play or river running compatriots is the distribution of volume around the core. You get more room in the cockpit, a cleaner fit, and the punchy buoyancy needed for popping in and out of the water when you're hitting loops or driving your body forward through some rapids.