The Native High/Low First Class Seat Organizer is a tool storage caddy that is designed to fit under the First Class Seat. It has four slots for tool storage and two pockets for tackle boxes. It easily attaches to the bottom of the seat frame with hook and loop strips and it's easy to access whether the seat is in the high or low position. It has D-rings so you can tether your fish grips or other tools to it. Tools and storage boxes sold separately.
Great for 2 small Plano boxes and has 4 slots for tools (fish gripper, pliers) - works great with seat in high position. However, a bit rough to get Plano boxes out of pouch when seat is in low position
Well made, pricey, and for any vessels it is actually intended for, it certainly works well. But, it IS NOT a great fit for a Native Propel 10 or 13 as is stated on the website. The reason? The 10 and 13 seats are fastened under and at the rear by two opposing side bungee hooks, then a single run of the bungee extends forward on the 10s and 13s to a Velcro attachment at the center of the forward seat tube to form a triangle. This under-seat storage device mounts like a saddlebag, in a manner of speaking, and in doing so it obscures/blocks the attachment for the bungee system the seat relies on for stability. On other Native kayaks, there is a bungee anchor mounted on the floor forward of the seat to complete this "triangle" correctly. Native should modify this organizer for the popular Propel 10s and 13s. Yes, I kept mine . . . but I grit my teeth every time I think of how silly the oversight is.
High quality materials. Really help to minimize reaching behind the seat for key fishing tools,tackle tec. Like most everything Native Watercraft sells, way overpriced in my opinion.
This is a must if you plan on fishing. All the pockets keep you organized with everything within reach.