Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak

Priced: $598.95 - $599.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak
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Interested in getting into whitewater kayaking, but don't know where to start? The Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak is a great first step. The Tributary Tomcat is a durable, well-priced, entry-level kayak that will last for many seasons on the river.

Fit:

  • Deflated boat packs into a carrying bag (sold separately), fits in your car trunk, and weighs 40 pounds

Fabric:

  • Heavy-duty PVC outershell, double top-stitched seams, and 20-gauge vinyl bladders mean you can bump into rocks without fear of reprisals
  • Extra wide and stable construction all but eliminates the possibility of rolling and makes the kayak an excellent choice for those new to paddling

Insulation:

  • Self-bailing floor means your boat won't get bogged down or swamped when water splashes in

Sizing:

  • Large size accommodates a long day's worth of gear or light overnight gear needs

Features:

  • Boat can handle a load capacity of up to 325 pounds
  • Boat stands up to light-to-moderate whitewater rapids and handles decently on flatwater too
  • Seat is removable and adjustable
Northern River Supply
The Tributary Tomcat Solo is a great entry-level inflatable kayak with high-performance features. Three main air chambers for safety and an inflatable thwart seat for support and comfort.
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I've paddled a number of other inflatables. The tomcat is by far the lightest, which is great for portages. Overall whitewater performance rates 4 of 5. Seems plenty durable after 1 year of use even though its an inexpensive boat and light weight.

slide at Backcountry.com on 09/25/2006