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Fast and stable.

One is fun and two is a riot. In the AIRE Outfitter II Tandem Inflatable Kayak, you and a paddling pal can bounce along some middling rapids without worrying about unintended dips in the drink. The wide hull on this rugged rapid-ripper keeps you riding high above the water when you see more white spray than smooth and cool blue (water, that is). Elevated tips and a flat bottom let you spin and slip through tight squeezes. If you're going it alone on a two-week Alaska expedition, this stable waterbaby handles lots of your gear and photo equipment so you can be ready if you get graced with the Northern Lights.

PVC on the outside is rough, tough, and ready to rumble on class II and III fun. The large tube diameter, continually curved from end to end, and low seat position work together to limit your accidental adventures overboard. The internal AIREcell system is what buoys this boat. Between the float and PVC, you get a stiff, responsive boat for fun on the flats or foam. One-way marine Leafield B7 valves come with protective caps so you don't have to worry about springing a leak mid-river.

Two Cheetah Chairs are set low in the boat so your center of gravity stays near the water surface for increased stability. The chairs each have a large storage pocket and a bottle holder, and they can be removed to cushion your tush when you're having lunch on a rocky bit of shoreline. Two carry handles make it easy for you and your boating buddy to tote this 46-pound pleasure craft. Sixteen cargo loops let you hit the water fully equipped for just about anything.

  • PVC shell
  • Continuous curve profile
  • AIREcell system
  • Welded seams
  • Leafield B7 valves
  • 2 Cheetah Chairs
  • 2 seat pockets
  • 16 sets of cargo loops
  • 3 sets of drain holes
  • 2 carry handles
  • 46 pounds

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What length paddle would be recommended for the outfitter? I'm 6', wife is 5'4". Paddling class III - IV max, loaded for 2-3 night float.

Hey there,

Since the kayak has a 41 inch width, your wife will want to go with a 240cm paddle while you can go with a paddle around 250 cm.

I have been test driving some kayaks over the past few months and I am now looking for something to row across the local lake for a work out . Mostly by myself. I like the idea of the inflatable as storing a large canoe or kayak is not practical at this time. Stability is important do you have a recommendation for me? The price is less important than over all performance.


Compact, stable, and easy to inflate

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Spent an afternoon floating the Provo with family in town and this fit the bill. Boat is stable so it's great for those with little to no experience. Easy to stow in the back of an SUV or large trunk. Inflated in under 5 minutes so you don't have to spend precious time pumping. It is heavy so you'll need 4 hands to carry it.