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Kwik Tek Airhead Montana 2-Seat Kayak

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Kwik Tek Airhead Montana 2-Seat Kayak

Airhead inflatable kayak is excellent for camping, vacationing, exploring remote areas and cruising yachts. Perfect for the paddling enthusiast that doesn't want to drive around with a kayak on their rooftop, these travel kayak fits easily into the trunk of your car, duffel bag or suitcase. Whenever you feel the itch to paddle, your boat can always be with you. Three air chambers completely enclosed by rugged 840-denier nylon with UV and water-resistant coatings. Stainless steel and nylon hardware will not corrode.


  • Designed for lakes and moderate white water
  • Low drag, superior tracking with 4 bottom fins
  • Neoprene elbow guards for comfort
  • 3 Boston valves with nylon covers
  • 6 D-rings at bow and stern for securing gear
  • Stretch net in bow
  • Grab handles for easy put-ins and pull-outs
  • Threaded drain plug
  • Lightweight, compact and portable

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • Solid enough for a dog, light enough for two old people to carry.   »   Most Recent Review “After pulling out our backs multiple times loading and unloading our Pelican, we decided enough was enough. This wonderful little kayak has everything that we wanted.”
  • Orange Boat   »   Most Helpful Reviews “Inflatables have strengths and weaknesses compared to rigid hulled watercraft. A strength is that this can be fit into a large duffel bag and stowed in a trunk rather than…”
  • Nose cap tore off the first time it was used   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “This kayak was a handful, it's not particularly light, and it takes on a ton of water even on a calm lake. It doesn't track straight, at all.”