From Iceland to South America the word has spread and pieces of evidence have been left all over the place: the Magnum is your best bet if you want to tackle the biggest and steepest waters this planet has to offer. Some say it is all in the way its sleek deck shape and rocker profile make it resurface gradually without throwing you on your back. Others say the way we shaped the tail and worked the volume behind the cockpit, keeps you from being pushed in into bad corners and prevents stern squirts, so you get exactly where you want to be in the first place. Our take on that matter? Provide paddlers with thoughtfully designed, down-river tools to express themselves and you won’t believe what your eyes will see. Features unity seating system, front and rear flotation bags, four heavy-duty creek handles, drainplug, suregrip thighbraces, adjustable creek footbrace, and anti-theft bar. The kayak measures 7 feet, 11 inches by 26 and weighs 44 pounds; cockpit: 34 inches by 18.5 inches.
Whitewater creeking kayak
Features unity seating system with floating backrest
High-performance Contour fit maximizes your torso's range of motion
Includes front and rear flotation bags
Measures 7 feet, 11 inches by 26 and weighs 44 pounds