Classic Accessories Colorado XTS Pontoon Boat with Swivel Seat
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- Removable side pockets combine to create a portable gear bag
- Transport wheel allows easy access to your favorite fishing spot
- Comfortable handles for easy strokes
- Textured base for non-slip support
- Colorado XTS assembled size: 108"L x 56"W x 28"H (to top of seat), Weight: 80 lbs.
- Two-year limited warranty
- Heavy-duty pontoons with abrasion resistant PVC bottom, tough nylon tops and powder coated steel tube frame
- Boat and oars disassemble into a compact size for easy transport and storage
- Huge storage capacity; includes 20 pockets and two insulated dring holders; seat mount and foot rests adjust to a variety of leg lengths; bladder patch kit included
- Comfortable handles for easy strokes
- Textured base for non slip support
- Push in hose to pump connection to inflate or deflate
- Sturdy, non corrosive plastic
- Includes a hose and 3 sizes of connection nozzles
- Pumps air on both up and down strokes
- Ideal for use on large inflatable watercrafts
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Colorado XTS Pontoon Boat
Color: Slate Blue/Grey
Elevate your fishing experience with the Colorado XTS Pontoon boat, a 9' high-capacity pontoon boat with a padded swivel seat to keep you comfortable and a transport wheel to get you where you want to go faster.
- Max Weight Capacity: 400lbs
- Motor not included
- Built to American Boat and Yacht Council standards
We advise that you check with your state agency’s requirements to determine if you will be required to register the pontoon boat. Please note that each state has different registration requirements, forms, and fees. It’s important to note that some states require a bill of sale document, and the manufacturer cannot provide the bill of sale.
Pontoon Boat Specifications
- Assembled Size: 108"L 56"W 28"H (to top of seat).
- Product Weight: 80lbs
- 9' pontoons
- 2 7' 2-piece aluminum oars
Pontoon Boat Features
Heavy-duty pontoons with abrasion-resistant PVC bottoms and rugged nylon tops for durability and a quality experience.
Padded swivel seat provides you with increased mobility while using the pontoon.
Transport wheel allows you to cover the ground to your favorite fishing spot easily.
Removable side pockets combine to create a portable gear bag.
About Classic Accessories
Born & Based in the USA
Founded in 1983, this Seattle-based company is all about discovering more time outdoors. Whether it’s lounging in your backyard or protecting your RV, our goal is to bring you products that are useful, convenient, and built for the long haul.
Being outside revitalizes you. We know your time outdoors is important, and we want you to make the most of it. We share your passion for capturing those memories, and that’s why we love what we do: creating products that enhance your lifestyle.
Our US-based design team is dedicated to bringing you products that are easy to use, pleasing to the eye, simple to store, and built to last. Thanks to living and working in the Greater Seattle area, we include thoughtful features, like stay-open air vents to help reduce inside condensation or a water-repellent coating for our patio cushions. We believe it’s all in the details.
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|Pontoon Length||9-Foot pontoons||9-Foot pontoons||9-Foot pontoons||9-Foot pontoons||8-Foot pontoons|
|Frame Type||Powder coated steel tube frame||Powder coated steel tube frame||Powder coated steel tube frame||Powder coated steel tube frame||Powder coated steel tube frame|
|Assembled Size, Weight||108"L x 56"W x 28"H (to top of seat), Weight: 80 lbs.||108"L x 56"W x 28"H (to top of seat), Weight: 77 lbs.||108"L x 56"W x 28"H (to top of seat), Weight: 77 lbs.||108"L x 56"W x 26"H (to top of seat), Weight: 71.5lbs.||96"L x 55"W x 29"H (to top of seat), Weight: 43 lbs.|
|Weight Capacity||400lbs. max weight capacity||400lbs. max weight capacity||400lbs. max weight capacity||400lbs. max weight capacity||350lbs. max weight capacity|
|Oar Length & Locks||7-foot two-piece aluminum oars, non-corroding brass oar-locks||7-foot two-piece aluminum oars, bronze oar locks||7-foot two-piece aluminum oars, bronze oar locks||7-foot two-piece aluminum oars, bronze oar locks||6 foot, two-piece aluminum oars and heavy duty oar locks|
|Pockets||20 pockets & 2 insulated drink holders||20 pockets & 2 insulated drink holders||20 pockets & 2 insulated drink holders||10 mesh pockets, 12 zippered pockets & 2 insulated drink holders||2 large zippered pockets|
|Anchor System||Two-position integrated anchor system with fillable mesh bag, cord and pulley||Anchor system with fillable mesh bag; cleat and pulley controls||Anchor system with fillable mesh bag; cleat and pulley controls||Anchor system with fillable mesh bag; cleat and pulley controls||--|
|Foot Rests||Adjustable foot rests||Adjustable foot rests||Adjustable foot rests||Adjustable foot rests||Adjustable foot rests|
|Stripping Apron||Removable stripping basket||Removable stripping basket||Removable stripping basket||Dual-side stripping apron with fish ruler||Under-seat stripping apron|
|Transport Wheel||Stowable transport wheel||Stowable transport wheel||Stowable transport wheel||--||--|
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This boat is incredibly comfortable to sit in and row. It's so convenient to be able to pack up all the saddle bags with sunscreen water and snacks and leave nothing behind when getting into the water. It's like having a floating Lazyboy recliner with all the comforts of being on land.
I also like how you can dip your feet in while rowing or floating around, you can really feel the lake as your moving through it.
One of my main goals for this boat was to be able to row out to deep water, drop anchor, then swim around a little. I told myself if I could do these 3 things I would consider my purchase totally justified.
So ROWING... It rows pretty well for the most part, but it does have a tenancy to spin out every once in a while. Maybe it's the boats design, or I just have a terrible rowing technique, but I'll get some speed, 3 or 4 good straight strokes, then the 5th will send the boat spinning to the right and I have to extra row on the left to straighten it out and begin again. I was able to get the boat to row a little better by adjusting the oar locks so the handles were a little closer together.
So it's not terrible at moving through the water, but it could be better.
The ANCHOR... So I immediately did away with the bag of rocks idea that comes included with the boat. Instead tried a whole variety of off the shelf anchors.
First I tried a 10 pound mushroom style anchor, that one worked alright, but it was super heavy and very difficult to lift with this boats anchor system.
Next I tried a 1.5 pound grapnel anchor. While this one was very light and easy to get in and out of the water, it didn't actually hold the boat well at all. I constantly found myself drifting making the anchor useless.
I currently have a 3 pound grapnel anchor that I hope will be the winner. I haven't had a chance to try it out on the lake yet though, so we'll see.
SWIMMING... Getting in and out of this boat is a little difficult. There's no real way to ease yourself into the water. I've tried standing on the foot pegs and lowering myself in, but it always ends up in me toppling over sideways. I suppose the best way would be to slide yourself off the seat straight in behind the foot pegs, but I'd worry about getting snagged on the various protruding metal bits like the pulley, hitch pins, metal loops for the anchor system and so on.
I don't believe you can get back into this boat after jumping out... No way, not going to happen.
I made the decision early on to purchase a "Foot Loop Ascender" from amazon. It's just a strap with an open loop to put your foot in, I think it's for climbing trees or something. I'm using it as a foot hold to help me climb back into this boat and it works pretty well. I loop it around the left pontoon frame rail and it supports all my weight as I stand on it and climb back into the seat.
So have I met my goals? Well sort of... I feel like it's just a matter of ironing out the details. Once I become more comfortable with using the boat the way I want to use it, all of these activities should become easier and more enjoyable. Overall I'm pretty happy with my purchase.
On a side note, my boat did arrive damaged out of the box, the left pontoon frame rail has a nasty scratch revealing bare metal, and it has a few small dents.
I have a warranty claim in with the Classic Accessories company, but I'm still waiting for a response (that was 5 days ago).
Ideally, my hope is that they will send me a replacement frame rail no questions asked, but so far radio silence, so we'll just have to see how that goes. [UPDATE: I got an email out of the blue that my replacement part has been shipped via UPS, it took 11 days from warranty claim to shipped]
ALSO, I feel like I could have saved some money if I had just gone with the XT instead of the XTS since the only difference seems to be the swiveling seat, and I don't really like or need that feature anyway.
- Like the size and how much weight it can hold. Im a big guy at 280lbs but it carries me, my gear, motor and battery with no problem.
-I put a 30 MinKota motor on it and it works great. One tip, turn the head on your motor around so it is pulling you though the water backward at the forward speeds. Using your fins to steer you can just lock your motor in one position and not half to worry about using it to steer. You then have your hands free to fish.
Con's - Not sure I like the swivel seat. I am used to twisting my body to position my pontoon while fishing and the swivel seat made this a pain. By installing my motor per above I don't need to reach back to steer so I replaced the swivel seat with a high back fixed boat seat. Much more comfortable and able to easily adjust boat position by twisting my body.
- Don't like that there is no middle position motor mount. Have no need for a left or right motor position.
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Reviewed in Canada on August 10, 2019
Reviewed in Canada on July 21, 2021
Reviewed in Canada on August 15, 2019