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With a design that evokes the fast, light skin-on-frame kayaks of the past, the AirFusion Elite Inflatable Kayak from Advanced Elements employs lightweight aluminum poles and air chamber tubes to create a vessel suited to day or expedition touring on open coastal waters, bays, lakes, and slow moving (class I-II) rivers.
This 13-foot kayak has a sleek form for speed and performance in open water, but its 28-inch beam also offers stability and cargo space. A rear hatch with a roll-top dry bag provides easy access to stowed items, and the deck features bungee lacing and D-ring tie-downs for more options.
The AirFusion is made of puncture-resistant PVC tarpaulin material with seven separate air chambers for safety, and can support up to 235 pounds. It packs down to 35 x 21 x 9" and weighs 32 pounds. Pump and paddle are sold separately.
Shock-corded aluminum pole and pressurized air tube frame for fast, nimble performance
PVC tarpaulin construction is puncture-resistant
Seven separate air chambers for safety
Inflatable coaming for attaching user-supplied spray skirt
Bungee lacing and D-ring tie-downs on deck for cargo options
Rear access hatch with roll-top dry bag
Packs down to 35 x 21 x 9"
Weighs 32 pounds
Repair kit and duffel carry bag included
In the Box
Advanced Elements AirFusion Elite Inflatable Kayak
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
235 lb / 106 kg
PVC tarpaulin fabric
Aluminum alloy poles
Inflated Length: 13 ' / 4 m Inflated Width: 28.0" / 71.1 cm Packed: 35 x 21 x 9" / 88.9 x 53.3 x 22.9 cm
32.0 lb / 14.5 kg
Advanced Elements AirFusion Elite Inflatable Kayak Review