Axis 10.5 Kayak
Product Number: 26153
The innovative Dagger Axis offers unprecedented versatility for almost any kind of paddling. From laid-back exploration to the aggressive challenge of the running river, there is no match. The heightadjustable drop skeg keeps things straight in any type of flatwater. For more intense experiences (up to Class II whitewater), the defined chines add maneuverability and the Axis can be fitted with a sparyskirt and thigh braces.
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- Hull-Stiffening Beam
- CFS-R Seating System
- Bow Mesh Deck Cover
- Dagger Handle Plate
- Zone knee/thigh pad
- Oval dual density stern hatch
- Soft touch handles
- SlideLock foot brace system
- TruTrak Skeg System
- Seating System: CFS-R Seating System
- Structure: Hull Beam
- Thigh Brace: Zone Knee / Thigh Pad
- Foot Brace: Slidelock Foot Brace System
- Hatch: Stern Hatch
- Grab handle: Soft Touch
- Bulkhead: Stern Bulkhead
- Skeg: TruTrak Adjustable Skeg System
Weight: Boat Weight: 50 lbs / 23 kg
Dimensions: Length: 10' 6" / 320 cm, Width: 28.5"
Activities: [Recreational & Touring]
Recreational & Touring
Vendor ProductId: 903510-10.5
Review ProductId: 26153
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Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Drop Skeg
- Quality construction
- Class 1 or 2 rapids
- Down Stream Floats
This is my second kayak. I have a 14.5 touring kayak but like a lot of people, I also needed a multipurpose kayak for downstream runs with occasional rapids that would still track well enough for use on flat water. This boat is just that. The drop skeg is a great feature that helps this boat track and make paddling on flat water more efficient. Pull the skeg up and you get the maneuverability you would expect from a boat of this length. It might feel a bit tippy to less experienced paddlers but the secondary stability quickly inspires confidence. The seat and foot pegs have considerable adjustment and the quality you would expect from a boat in this price range but for some reason, I haven't found the sweet spot on the back rest adjustment yet. It also seems to weigh a few pounds more than other boats of this length. Overall, I'm pleased with my purchase. I could have saved money and bought a less expensive boat but I don't think I would have been near as happy with the performance.
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