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Share the water with a small friend.
- Zone deluxe seat, Zone Knee/Thighpad, and Slidelock adjustable foot braces let you customize your fit for maximum comfort on longer trips
- Stern hatch and plenty of bungee deck rigging give you ample storage space for a full day on the water
- Adjustable, removable kid's seat sits higher so your kid can take in the views
- Soft Touch molded handles with a rubber underside make it easy to get a grip when you're loading or unloading
- Skid plate lets you pull the kayak over a rocky shore without damage
- Rudder capable (not included)
Share your thoughts
Pro's: Easy to maneuver and tracks straight. This is my first kayak and I've had no trouble learning 'the ropes' of getting around. The seat is comfortable and plenty sturdy. I'm a 6'6' 300lb wide shouldered individual and I fit comfortably in the boat. It is stable even in rough water (20" waves) as we found out in our recent trip to Glacier National Park. The dry hold did stay dry even in the rough water with waves coming over the side and over the bow and into the boat.
Con's: There is no drain installed so getting water out can be a bit of a pain.
Bottom Line: I would recommend this kayak to anyone and would buy another if the need arose.
What's the paddler weight capacity of the...
What's the paddler weight capacity of the Prodigy 13.5?
Mike, this is the only model that they do not list the maximum capacity for on the Perception website. I would think you would be fine up to 350-400 total pounds.