Heritage Kayaks Redfish 12

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Retailers' Descriptions

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If you're looking for a stable sit-on-top kayak for paddling and sunning on the lake, check out the Heritage Kayaks RedFish 12 Kayak. This sit-on-top kayak's stable design makes it easy to hop in and out of, so you can anchor the RedFish and slip off to do some snorkeling. The stern tankwell holds a cooler or your snorkel fins and gear, while a bow hatch provides dry storage for snacks and a guide book. Unlike many sit-on-top kayaks, the Redfish twelve-foot Kayak has padded seating, so your butt and back won't mutiny after a full day of paddling.

- Backcountry.com

Snorkeling in the Keys or sunning on the lake at your weekend cabin has become easier! This stable sit-on-top allows you to hop on and off quickly, and requires only a few strokes to get going or change direction. Carry handles on the ends and sides make loading less of chore; drain plugs (4) can minimize water from pooling around your feet; and the new DVCTM (drains, vents, cushions) Seating System offers comfort all the way "there and back." The stern tankwell can hold a day's worth of relaxation, and the new oval bow hatch provides easy-to-reach dry storage! 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 Textilene(R) solar screen fabric stands up to the sun's rays and stays cool on a hot day!

- Massey's Outfitters

Heritage Kayaks Redfish 12

previously retailed for:
$545.27 - $669.03

The Heritage Kayaks Redfish 12 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 10, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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