Dagger Zydeco 11.0 Kayak - 2013 Model

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Lightweight, stable, and easy to paddle, the Dagger Zydeco 11.0 Kayak makes it easy for first-time paddlers and burgeoning river rats to enjoy moving water. A long waterline and streamlined hull shape make this boat fast enough to keep up and maneuverable enough to navigate moderately challenging technical spots. Adjust the cockpit for a comfortable fit and quickly gain the confidence needed to learn the ways of the water.

Lining and Layers:

  • Bungee deck rigging holds a spare layer or map in front of the cockpit where it's easy to reach


  • Knee, thigh, and seat padding takes the pressure off vital body parts whether you're in the water for a short bit or a longer paddle


  • Foot brace system slides to adjust a variety of leg lengths


  • Soft-touch handles make moving this boat easier on the hands
  • Durable polyethylene hull fends off dings and dents from rocks and other river hazards new paddlers have trouble avoiding
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Dagger Zydeco 11.0 Kayak - 2013 Model Review:


I recently went on a 3 day trip on class 2+ rapids....had about 52lbs of gear, yes i weighed it, and also im 5'11 about 250lbs and it handled it all....did not tip over once lots of leg room easy to get in get out, let your legs hang out as you cruise down the river.....and also im the kinda person thats rough on things so it passed my test.....i like it because it has a wide opening and sits high in water, even ifthough its loaded....good for fishing also.....

Dan at Backcountry.com on 05/08/2012