NEW @ Paddle Sports Show 2022 – BOTE, LONO AERO INFLATABLE KAYAK

This serie of articles, called “NEW @ The Paddle Sports Show 2022” showcases the products that are competing for the « PADDLE SPORTS PRODUCTS OF THE YEAR AWARDS »

Entry for INFLATABLE – BOTE, LONO AERO INFLATABLE KAYAK

Introducing the reimagined pedal drive compatible LONO Aero 12′6″ Bug Slinger™ Silver King Inflatable Kayak. Whether you’re hitting your favorite fishing spots on the weekend, gearing up for a water borne expedition, or just hitting the local launch with your family, it’s time to say goodbye to compromise.

Dimensions: 12′6″L × 35.5″W × 20″D

Avg. Hull Weight: 51 LBS

Capacity: 400 LBS

Removable Top Dimensions: 53″L × 33″W × 3.5″D

Avg. Removable Top Weight: 9 LBS

Removable Seat Dimensions: 24″L × 22″W × 18″D

Avg. Removable Seat Weight: 7 LBS

Construction: Inflatable AeroBOTE Technology

Optimal Hull Inflation: 10-15 PSI

Optimal Removable Top Inflation: 10-15 PSI

Optimal Removable Seat Inflation: 7-10 PSI

Travel Bag Dimensions: 41″ L × 19″ W × 13″ D

Loaded Bag Weight: 73 LBS

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