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Find tranquility.

The Dagger Approach 10.0 Kayak is for adults who are looking to enjoy the solitude of paddling across a quiet body of water before sunrise. This crossover kayak has an adjustable skeg that drops down for tracking in flat water and an enlarged bow to keep the 10.0 above breaking waves when the water gets rough.
  • Crossover boat is at home on a tranquil lake or mildly moving (Class I-II) water
  • Tru Trak Skeg is a height-adjustable drop skeg that maintains your bearings in high winds or rough waves (easily adjust the skeg with included cable)
  • Polyethylene hull has a higher volume in the bow to keep waves from wreaking havoc on your paddling day
  • Adjustable padded thigh braces for bracing your body in fast-moving currents
  • Additional length accommodates larger paddlers and a bit more gear
  • CFS-R Seating System provides lumbar support and is fully adjustable for a comfortable fit
  • Store your lunch and extra layers in the stern hatch
  • Adjustable foot brace system for comfort on long tours
  • Item #DAG0037

Tech Specs

Hull Material
polyethylene
Length
10 ft
Width
28 in
Maximum Load
275 lb
Cockpit Dimensions
38.75 x 21.25 in
Hatch Cover
dual density
Rudder
no
Skeg
yes, adjustable
Paddler Skill
beginner, intermediate
Claimed Weight
44 lb
Recommended Use
recreational, crossover, mild whitewater
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years

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