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Sportsman PDL 106
Old Town Canoe & Kayak

$1,999.99

Description and Details

Description     Specs

The Old Town Sportsman PDL 106 pedal kayak provides hands free fishing in a performance kayak that's easy to maneuver and light enough to car top. With instant forward and reverse, the award-winning PDL Drive is the most reliable and easy-to-use pedal drive on the market. - Ultra-stable DoubleU Hull glides quietly through water while providing a stable and comfortable stand-up fishing platform - Low maintenance PDL Drive with patented easy-docking system for pain-free launch and landing. Covered by industry's first-in-class 5 year warranty - Superior seat design has great lumbar support and is adjusted to accommodate leg length on a shuttle track. The mesh cover provides ventilation and drainage to keep you dry. - Two 18" tracks on the forward hull provide easy on/off accessory mounting - One forward-facing and two rear-facing flush mounted rod holders are there when you want them, and out-of-the-way when you don't - Non-slip EVA foam deck pads provide traction and stand-up comfort - Rod and tackle management is made easier by the oversized tank well in the stern, storage under the seat and side pockets just below the accessory tracks. Dedicated horizontal rod storage for quick access. - Dry storage for additional gear in the sealed bow hatch - Cup holder for your favorite beverage - Universal transducer mounting system allows for quicker installation of your fish finder

Materials

Single Layer Polyethylene
Weight: 76lbs

  Most plastic kayaks are rotationally-molded from a class of plastics called polyethylene. Each class has its own characteristics, Old Town constructs canoes and kayaks in two different methods: the single layer method, which is the more common way to mold boats, and the triple layer method, which stacks an outside layer, a middle layer that has a foaming agent in it for floatation, and a thin inside layer to seal it up. Lighter weight boats are usually single-layer. They give you a good value and are tough and impact-resistant.