Let's say you want an agile, fast kayak. Let's say you want a boat that turns like it's on rails. Let's say you want something that can transition between inland lakes and coastal waters with ease. You're thinking to yourself, I gotta go with composite. And the next thing you do is take out a second mortgage, right? Wrong, because here's what we say: Tracer 165. You don't paddle this boat...you carve with it. It's as light and stiff as composite boats costing $1500 more. With the British-inspired subtle rocker and moderate V hull, this kayak dances on the water. (Just ask all the instructors and guides across the country who have adopted the Tracer 165.) There's plenty of storage and plenty of comfort in the cockpit. The Tracer even comes with a drop skeg for added handling. You want a gorgeous boat that looks and performs like composite? You got it. The only thing missing is the jaw-dropping price tag.
Shipping Location Note: This item is available for shipment by freight to the lower 48 United States. It cannot be shipped to APO, FPO, PO BOX, Hawaii, or Alaska.