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Tahe Marine

Reval HV Elite

A high volume British style sea kayak for bigger paddlers
Tahe Marine - Reval HV Elite
Item: TAH396-59015R
Price: $2,499.00
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Tahe Marine's Reval HV Elite is a high volume British style sea kayak designed for bigger paddlers. 

The Reval HV Elite has superb navigability and an extra degree of stability, even in breaking waves and strong winds. The hull is designed with rocker and upswept bow and stern to handle any challenging conditions of the sea. The kayak deck is equipped with a round, an oval and a day-hatch for easier entry into compartments. Reval HV is suitable for longer trips and expeditions where safety, comfort, carrying capacity and quality construction are essential.

The Reval HV Elite is equipped with a skeg and rudder combination.


Material: Composite
Length: 17' 7"
Width: 23 1/2"
Capacity Approx: 341 lbs
Cockpit: 32 3/4" x 17 3/4"
Weight: 52-56 lbs
Front Storage: Round Hatch 10"
Rear Storage: Oval Hatch 17" x 10Ό"
Day Hatch Storage: 6"
Skeg & Rudder Combination
Purpose: Sea/Touring Kayak
Sprayskirt Size: XL: 37" x 21½"
Standard Features: Thigh Pads

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Information about the Elite Lay-Up

The Outdoor Elite lay-up was introduced for the 2017 season into the Tahe Marine range, replacing the previous TCA-Lite. This brand new construction is developed together with European Leading Raw-Material Suppliers. The key element in this lay-up is the high-density core material, providing very tough but light weight laminates. In this lay-up, the kevlar reinforcement increases durability and stiffness of the kayak, absorbing even less energy during paddling and paddling withstanding the most challenging environments.