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Intex Challenge K1 Inflatable Kayak

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Intex Challenge K1 Inflatable Kayak
Take the Intex Challenger K1 Kayak on your next river adventure! The fast and easy inflating, streamlined design for easy paddling, roomy cockpit, and rugged vinyl construction makes this kayak a water toy you'll use all summer long. The cargo net is perfect for extra storage space. Aluminum paddle, high-output air pump, and repair patch also included.
  • Inflatable kayak
  • Fast and easy inflating
  • Streamlined design for easy paddling
  • Roomy cockpit
  • Rugged vinyl construction
  • Cargo net is perfect for extra storage space
  • Aluminum paddle
  • High-output air pump and repair patch also included
  • Assembly required
  • Approximate inflated size: 108''H x 30''W x 15''D
  • Weight capacity: 220 lbs
  • Made of 94% PVC, 2% aluminum, 1% PE, 1% POM, and 2% polypropylene
  • Made in China

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Intex Challenge K1 Inflatable Kayak

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Don't over look this bargain

By Old Adventurer

from Wilmington, IL

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  • Easy to store
  • Easy To Use Any Age
  • Good For Intro Or Advanc
  • Lightweight
  • Light weight
  • Pick Up And Go
  • Quality Workmanship
  • Solid Construction
  • The Price Is Right
  • Weather Resistant
  • Who Needs A Hardshell


  • no cons

Best Uses

  • Bays And Marinas
  • Lakes
  • Ponds
  • Slow Rivers

Comments about Intex Challenge K1 Inflatable Kayak:

I'm 66 years old, this is the 3rd Challenger K1 I have purchased. My first one, I donated to a charitable cause, having used it in the Midwest and on the Pacific coast. The 2nd one I gave to my 10 year old granddaughter, 2 weeks ago. She had never kayaked before and our first trip out was down a large river. She was a pro, paddling upstream, across current etc. She used the cargo net to put extra paddle and snacks and water in. Most people consider an inflatable inferior, but in truth their the best kept secret on the market. These particular kayaks paddle just as good as the pricy ones. My first K1 I used in the Wisconsin River, on camping trips, the Kankakee River for exercise and fishing, and in the Ventura Harbor fishing and just paddling around. The inflatable seat is comfortable and at the right angle to keep from sliding down when paddling. The paddle that comes with is a take down. A little heavy if your going to do any real touring, but perfect for a day trip. The pump is double action and does a fine job of inflating. The set up of the kayak and paddle takes a little over ten minutes.

I have not used the one I just purchased, but have taken it out of box and bag, inspected it, blown it up and find its the same quality as the other two, only much cheaper due to the "clearance".

The color is great also, the copper/yellow/blue color acts a low camouflage, perfect for the hunter or fisherman. My granddaughter has a newer one, green and black, very bright and very stylish.

The only drawback, and this is with all inflatables, is that they are prone to a strong wind, and one must paddle harder. If the wind is behind you, its a plus and make a much faster headway. The top side, behind the cockpit of the kayak would be perfect for more storage, but it rides low. A waterproof storage bag would be ok to use and lash down.

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