Advanced Elements Inflatable Kayak Pack

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Advanced Elements Inflatable Kayak Pack - Advanced Elements Inflatable Kayak Pack - The Inflatable Kayak Pack by Advanced Elements makes traveling with your kayak even easier. Made extra large to fit most any inflatable kayak, this pack has durable, quick release backpack straps that can be stashed away in their own zipped compartment on-the-fly to prevent any unwanted snagging while in transit. Made of durable 600 denier polyester you will wonder how you ever got along with out it. This versatile, durable kayak pack can be used as a backpack, or as a carrying duffel. If you have been in a quandary over how to best transport your inflatable kayak to your favorite secluded watering hole, check out the Inflatable Kayak Pack by Advanced Elements.


  • 600 denier polyester


  • Extra large size


  • Zippered compartment


  • Adjustable quick release backpack straps


  • 38 1/2 inches L x 18 inches H x 12 inches W
  • Top and side carry handles
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I purchased this bag for an Aire kayak, a 14 foot tandem. The kayak fits in this bag and is easily carried either in the hand or on the back though the fit is a bit tight. It's not so tight that it can't be done and the price is pretty reasonable. I can see this bag as being quite useful if you were using an airplane and wanted to bring your kayak or other gear for that matter...the straps for carrying the bag on your back are very comfortable. I did purchase a separate extra large duffel to transport my kayak to and from the water. It's just easier to get everything packed up that way.
Tim Simmons at on 10/11/2013