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Coleman 1-Person Sit-On-Top Touring Kayak with Paddle

by Coleman

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  • Coleman 1-Person Sit-On-Top Touring Kayak with Paddle measures 80 by 30 inches inflated
  • Supports up to 395 pounds
  • Made of tough 22-gauge PVC
  • Dual-tracking fins for easy steering
  • Recessed storage compartment with secure cargo net

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Product Description

Product Description

Portable, comfortable, stable, and durable--Coleman Inflatable Kayaks are a great choice for navigating your favorite waters and exploring new ones. The Coleman 1-Person Sit-On-Top Touring Kayak measures 80" long by 30" wide and supports up to 395 lbs. Made of tough 22-gauge PVC, the Touring Kayak comes with an 86" aluminum paddle. It features dual-tracking fins for easier steering, a comfortable backrest and armrests, and even includes a convenient cup holder. A recessed storage compartment with secure cargo net keeps your stuff safely stowed. Guaranteed not to leak, thanks to Coleman's exclusive Airtight System, the Touring Kayak's heavy-duty, puncture-resistant PVC and patented Double-Lock valve prevent accidental air loss.

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Portable, stable, and durable, the inflatable 80-inch-by-30-inch sit-on-top touring kayak by Coleman accommodates one paddler and comes with an 86-inch aluminum paddle. A puffy backrest and armrests ensure comfort while meandering down a stream or exploring a lake. Wells in the front of the seat have footrests accommodating paddlers of all different leg lengths. Coleman's patented double-lock valve prevents accidental air loss, and constructed of tough puncture-resistant 22-gauge PVC, the kayak is leak proof.

For added convenience and comfort, the kayak has a cup holder in the front of the seat and gear storage with a secure cargo net on the bow. There is also a clip on the side of the kayak to hold the paddle so you can relax your arms while you drift on the water. Designed for performance and comfort, dual tracking fins make steering easy. The kayak inflates and deflates quickly for compact storage and is lightweight and easy to carry. The kayak supports up to 395 pounds. (Pump not included; sold separately.)

Specifications:

  • Capacity: One person
  • Maximum weight: 395 pounds
  • Inflated length: 80 inches
  • Inflated width: 30 inches
  • Material: Heavy-duty, puncture-resistant 22-gauge PVC
  • Double-lock leak-free valve
  • 86-inch aluminum paddle
  • Dual tracking fins for easy steering
  • Included: Cup holder, gear storage, cargo net
  • NMMA Certified

What's in the Box?
Coleman 1-person inflatable kayak, 86-inch aluminum paddle

About Coleman
The Coleman Company has been creating and innovating products for recreational outdoor use since W.C. Coleman started selling gasoline-powered lanterns in 1900. Inventor of the hugely popular fold-up camp stove, Coleman developed a plastic liner for his galvanized steel coolers in 1957--the birth of the modern cooler--and the company has been improving their utility and design ever since. The array of products that bear the Coleman name now includes just about everything you might need to work or play outdoors, from tents and sleeping bags to boats, backpacks, and furniture.


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 16.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009PUQDM
  • Item model number: 5995B601
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #574,459 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Safety Warning
Not a lifesaving, device.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I was very happy with my first trial use of this Kayak.
M. Wilcox
They were fairly easy to inflate and transport, very stable and very comfortable.
N. Hunter
Great buy for low-cost investment introduction to kayaking.
M. Stooksberry

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By L. Nider on November 9, 2006
This has proved to be a nice item for family recreation. I have several of these for group outings. The kids just love them. The kayaks are quite stable, easy to manuever, and a novice can easily handle them.

Compared with canoes and hardshell kayaks they are more forgiving, much easier to transport, but quite slow. You can plan on traveling about 1 mile per hour without current. You will not be able to make much progress up stream or into a stiff wind.

They have done well on afternoon outings on tame rivers and lakes, but definately not built for big water or whitewater. The kayaks have proved reasonably durable, but I have had to patch several pinholes.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 10, 2004
Wonderful invention for the family summer vacation. You WILL get wet because water drips from the paddles.

Not a REAL kayak, but great for the money. Excellent quality. Extremely comfortable. Gets up good speed to cover some distance. Paddles are light but quite sturdy. Cup holder snuggly holds that important bottle of water. Cargo carriers work well.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By M. Stooksberry on September 16, 2005
A high quality product! I was not one bit disappointed in the ease of inflation, light carrying weight, and durable paddle. I was in the water in minutes enjoying my ride. Best handling on calm waters. The back rest is really supportive. Great buy for low-cost investment introduction to kayaking.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Sandy Beach on June 12, 2007
We have both the Coleman 1-person and 2-person inflatables, and I would recommend the 2-person any day, even for someone who intended to go solo. It just handles much better because it has bigger skegs on the bottom, which keep it tracking straighter. Other than that drawback, we've enjoyed the single one, too, but it's much slower, even if you're floating with the current.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Michael G. Talmadge on September 7, 2006
If you want to have a blast buy one of these kayaks immediately. We have had our two years and have floated down over a dozen rivers ranging from the Merced high up in the High Sierras to the Deschutes in Sunriver, Oregon. Inflates with a portable pump in three minutes and is so stable you literally cannot tip it over. If you don't want to get wet, you won't. The paddle is included and works perfectly. Both my wife and I absolutely love these kayaks and she even gave up her ocean going one. They deflate within a minute and fold up into a small space. The inflatable compartments have a special valve that will not leak unless you pull it out and away from the boat. It makes inflating and deflating a breeze. One of the best bargins I have seen over the past couple of years.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Dawn M. Martin on June 17, 2006
Well, if you read my review of the Coleman sit-inside kayak, if I had to choose between the sit-on-top and the sit-inside version of these inflatables, I'd choose th sit-inside every time. Because unless you weigh under 100 lbs., you are going to have a very wet ride on the SOT.

Aside from that this didn't seem to quite have the speed or stability of the sit-inside (and I wouldn't consider either one FAST by any stretch of the imagination). I took both kayaks out under the same conditions on the same day, on a lake with no breeze.

The main thing this kayak has going for it is the price! If you just use it two or three times, it's a whole lot cheaper than renting a kayak, but you just will not get the same performance as a hard shell.

If you need an incentive to get outside and get a bit of exercise, it's great for a leisurely day of paddling on still water. I wouldn't recommend this for any kind of tidal waters -stick to lakes and ponds that have minimal motor boat traffic. Stash a couple bottles of gatorade under the cargo net and you're good to go.

Also, I'd suggest that you wear a life preserver because the canvas simply isn't as heavy as some of the more expensive inflatable kayaks on the market.

The paddle could stand to be a bit longer and I would strongly recommend buying a battery operated pump to accompany this boat. It will easily inflate in under five minutes once you are familiar with the procedure. You'll always have a few onlookers while blowing this boat up and you might actually wind up selling a few on the Coleman.

If you're looking for a serious kayak, get a hard shell. If you just want a quick trip on the water every now and then and aren't looking too deeply at performance, this would probably serve you just fine. Just make sure you bring a dry pair of shorts!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Schrader on January 1, 2007
It inflates easy, is very stable, and has reasonable storage space (in the front under the net and behind the seat). Some issues I had with it were that the hull and valves tear easily when cold (under 40°F). I've had two places in the hull tear, and two valves. The good news is that super glue works amazingly well at repairing both of these (when given enough time to cure). This kayak has given me 20+ good trips since September and despite issues, is still going strong. If you have more money to spend, I would get a higher quality kayak. but if you're on a tight budget and/or are a beginner you can't beat this kayak for under $100.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By M. Wilcox on August 31, 2006
I was very happy with my first trial use of this Kayak. I was going along with no worries until I saw a 5-6 foot alligator about 20 yards away. This made me think that maybe this wasn't the right place for an inflatable. Other than that it was a breeze to inflate and use. I'm very happy with this purchase. I just need to do some more research about my locations first. Pretty crazy rookie mistake.
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