Advanced Elements Attack Whitewater Kayak

Priced: $549.00 - $619.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Advanced Elements Attack Whitewater Kayak - Advanced Elements Firefly Inflatable Kayak - The Attack Inflatable Kayak by Advanced Elements is rated through Class III rivers. It features a tough 840 denier PVC tarpaulin smooth skin outer. The Attack has a tube diameter of 9.5 inches and a rocker of 12 inches (bow/stern rise) for quick turns. It weighs in at 34 lbs. PVC bladders are independent of the cover, giving it a durable, double layer thickness. It features a self-draining covered rear cargo hold for stashing gear. The Attack Inflatable Kayak by Advanced Elements is an Inflatable kayak ready to take on tough class II whitewater conditions.

Lining and Layers:

  • Heavy-duty PVC Tarpaulin hull and independent PVC bladders for double layer thickness

Fabric:

  • Durable double coated PVC Tarpaulin hull material

Weather and Wind:

  • Electronically welded seams

Features:

  • 35" width provides increased stability
  • Spring valves for easy inflation and deflation
  • Rubber molded handles
  • FREE Carrying Duffel Bag
  • Repair Kit
  • Rigid-formed bow and stern w/ aluminum rib
  • Adjustable seat
  • 3 chambers
  • 2 Bravo valves, 1 Boston valve
  • Self-draining covered rear cargo hold for stashing gear
  • Manufacturers Warranty
  • Folding seat
  • Owner’s Manual
  • Stern deck covered cargo bay for storing a drybag or other gear
  • Self-bailing ports and 12" bow/stern rise for quick turns
Campmor
Take-on the roughest conditions with the Attack Whitewater Kayak! At 9'6" with a width of 35", a tube diameter of 9.50", and 12" rocker, this self-bailer is made for whitewater. Constructed of durable 840 Denier PVC Tarpaulin and weighing in at 34 lbs., this kayak consists of three air chambers and features a series of self-bailing ports, adjustable thigh straps, an adjustable seat, hull abrasion rails, and a self-draining covered rear cargo hold for stashing gear.
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Advanced Elements Attack Whitewater Kayak Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I got one for my wife who likes white water but not being upside down skirted in. As a novice she runs class I & II with ease. I would take it on class III water w/o hesitation. It's stable, track surprisingly well even though it has a lot of rocker and turns easily. A few things I'd would like to see done differently by AE are moving the floor valve - it's a bit difficult to get to; changing the plastic seat back buckles to Stainless D rings for durability. If one breaks, the strap is sewn to the hull. And finally, the zippers on the hull are right in line with your ankle when using the thigh straps. These are minor things and overall, the boat is well made has had a season of WW, rocks, etc with no issues. I've taken it out in a bay and fished from it when my wife let me borrow it.
JT at OutdoorPlay.com on 10/05/2012
Yeah this kayak is a blast. It handles the whitewater (and rocks) like a pro and feels really stable and totally fun. It has a rear storage area which is great for 2-3 dry bags. We take food and cook stoves, water and dry clothes with us to enjoy while we wait for our pick up. If you are in the market for an inflatable white water kayak then the lines and rocker on this boat will really get your attention. The seat is comfortable too! You'll need a wet or drysuit to run the wilder rivers but it is an open sit on top kayak.
Josh Hamilton at OutdoorPlay.com on 03/13/2012
One of the best things that I've ever bought myself. Very well made,heavy duty,and sturdy.
Chris Zenker at OutdoorPlay.com on 07/31/2013

Neutral Reviews:

My second review. I've used it 7 or 8 times now. On my last two times it got pinholes around the deflate inflate valves on both sides. I've only used it on lakes with no branch problems carrying it to and from shore. The pinholes have been on the inner tube not outer. I'm trying to get the manufacturer to make the inner tube out of the outer material which is pretty well made.I'll keep you guys posted.All in all a strong outer with a weak inner.
Chris Zenker at OutdoorPlay.com on 08/26/2013