AIRE Force Inflatable Kayak Package

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AIRE Force Inflatable Kayak Package - AIRE Force Inflatable Kayak Package - The Force series of boats are spirited AIRE craft. The Force has the same continuous rocker as a hardshell and is the highest performance whitewater inflatable on the market. These boats can surf, perform enders, do flat spins, and complete Eskimo rolls. The 32' beam is fast, but still more stable than a hardshell kayak. The interior cockpit boasts bow and stern flotation that reduces the amount of water that can get into the cockpit and enhances the surfing ability and ease of rolling. The flotation also doubles as back and foot rests, and can be trimmed the boat to fit most paddlers. The high volume ends and center drain holes also make this a great river running boat. Force boats mimic the maneuverability of hard shell kayaks, while providing the security and safety of an inflatable kayak. The Force is recommended for intermediate to advanced

Weather and Wind:

  • Welded seams


  • Double-zipper access


  • Adjustable thigh straps


  • 2 drain holes
  • 32 lbs.
  • Bow/stern carry handles
  • 10-year manufacturer no-fault warranty
  • 14 mm inner urethane bladders
  • 27 oz./1100 denier outer PVC floor
  • 4 D-rings
  • 4 air chambers w/ Leafield B7 valves
  • Adjustable bow/stern float bags
  • Includes repair kit
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AIRE Force Inflatable Kayak Package Review:


I've paddled a number of inflatable kayaks over the last 20 years in Alaska Texas and this is the best handling boat I've ever paddled. This is not a beginner’s boat. You do tip much easier than say a Lynx and you had best understand the use of the hips and a good brace or you will swim a lot. I love this thing for running waterfalls--it cushions the fall and boofs really nicely. It does get a little unstable if you load it with gear for an overnighter---I would stay out of difficult 4's when loaded up.
Martin Grament at on 03/02/2004