Heritage Kayaks Redfish 10

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

You're not looking for the woolly mammoth of kayaks. Rather, you'd prefer a short kayak so you can zip around and sneak into small fishing spots. Grab the Heritage Kayaks RedFish 10 Kayak. This ten-foot sit-on-top kayak is easy to slip on the roof of your car, easy to hop in and out of, and a blast out on lakes, oceans, ponds, and rivers. The RedFish 10 has a stern tank well and an oval bow hatch so you can store snacks and a cooler. A cushiony back and butt seating system provides all-day comfort, while footbraces give you something to brace against while you're paddling.

- Backcountry.com

This new member of the RedFish Family is perfect for smaller paddlers and for accessing tight spaces. Between the stern tank well, and the oval bowl hatch for dry storage, the RedFish 10 has plenty of easily accessible storage space. It also boasts carry handles for easy transport, our new DVCTM (drains, vents, cushions) Seating System and footbraces for all day comfort, and (4) drain plugs to minimize water that can pool around your feet making it easier to paddle. The DVCTM Seating System has raised the standard for kayak seats. The HiFlowTM 3-D Mesh (patent pending for watercraft) Drains, Vents, and Cushions paddlers' ride for hours on end. It is 100% recyclable, requires no chlorofluorocarbons (emissions which damage Earth's ozone layer) during it's manufacture and the light color TextileneA solar screen fabric stands up to the sun's rays and stays cool on a hot day!

- Massey's Outfitters

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previously retailed for:
$519.16 - $639.00

The Heritage Kayaks Redfish 10 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 10, 2011 at Backcountry.com.

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