Current Designs Kestrel 120 Rotomolded Recreational Kayak - Open Cockpit

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Overview

About Current Designs Kestrel 120 Rotomolded Recreational Kayak - Open Cockpit

2nds. Great for beginners who want an efficient and stable boat, Current Designs' Kestrel 120 recreational kayak is built out of durable rotomolded polyethylene and designed with an open cockpit, and two watertight hatches for plenty of gear storage.

Specs

Specs about Current Designs Kestrel 120 Rotomolded Recreational Kayak - Open Cockpit

  • Style: Sit in
  • Boat style: Kayak
  • Number of seats: 1
  • Cockpit size: 49x18"
  • Number of hatches: 2
  • Weight: 52 lb.
  • Length: 12'
  • Width: 27"
  • Material: Rotomolded polyethylene
  • Boat usage: Recreation
  • Made in United States of America
  • May come with minor cosmetic surface imperfections due to shipping. Please remove all packaging material upon arrival and inspect for damage prior to signing acceptance form from carrier. Note any damage on carrier’s document, and contact Sierra Trading Post with any problems.
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  • Delivery Charge: $100
  • Must ship truck within the 48 contiguous US only; not eligible for special shipping offers

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About Current Designs

Praised by paddlers for its phenomenal sea kayaking locales, the west coast of British Columbia also happens to be the home of Current Designs kayaks. Like most kayak builders, Current Designs started small with just a few custom-made boats in the late 1970’s. After opening a retail location in Victoria, British Columbia in 1981, Current Designs founder Brian Henry eventually launched his flagship series of Solstice sea kayaks in 1984. Today, more than 30 years after Brian crafted his first prototypes, the Current Designs kestral kayak is considered one of the best sea kayak models on the market.