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Aire Kayak Bag


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    A bag for your 'yak (and stuff).

    Inflatable kayaks are great, until you have to move all that bulk when it's deflated. Pick up the Aire Kayak Bag and haul most one- or two-person kayaks and a pump inside this backpack-style duffel. This bag also keeps your water gear contained whether it's a pile of PFDs, two-piece paddles, helmets, a pile of throw bags, or just a greenhorn river guide in need of some hazing. Durable, water-resistant construction puts up with all the abuse of life lived near rocks and water, removable backpack straps make carrying easy, and four pockets organize the small stuff.
    • Item #ARE0048

    Tech Specs

    (diameter) 46 x 16 in
    Backpack Straps
    yes, removable
    (external) 2, (internal) 2
    Recommended Use
    transporting an inflatable kayak, moving river gear
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    Must have for any inflatable kayak

      This is a heavy duty bag meant to throw your inflatable kayak and the rest of your gear in. It has a tough bottom material to withstand being thrown around on pavement or rocks, vented sides to help drainage and drying of gear, heavy duty zippers so you can really cram all your gear in there. It even has backpack straps to haul it around. Worlds largest backpack though, sort of impractical for me when fully loaded but I'm only 5'8". Must have to go with your inflatable.

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      I'm looking to store my Colorado XT pontoon boat in a carrying bag with backpack straps like this. Would you recommend this or another product as it is 70 to 100 pounds of gear?