The Native Watercraft Slayer 10 Propel kayak is the newest, and smallest, member of the Slayer family. The Slayer 10 Propel has many of the same features as the Slayer 13, but its lighter and more maneuverable. It features a wide open deck and a fast stable hull as well as an extra large rudder. The Propel system is the only pedal drive that can be pedaled in reverse, an essential capability when battling the catch of the day. The seat can be quickly adjusted forward or backward for a total travel distance of 11" and still have plenty of room behind the seat for tackle boxes. The Slayer 10 Propel features ample foot pads on the deck to increase traction and reduce noise. The open bow trunk is perfect for Native fish bags, PFD storage, and comes with scuppers for drainage when punching through waves or surf, and with Native's groove track mounting rails located on each side from bow to stern customizing the Slayer is a cinch.
|Length:||10 ft / 3.05 m|
|Width:||34 in / 86.36 cm|
|Weight:||94 lb / 42.64 kg|
|Capacity:||500 lb / 226.8 kg|
|Leg Room - Total:||48 in / 121.9 cm|
|Number of Paddlers:||1 - Single/Solo|
|Type of Kayak:||Sit on Top|
slayer propel 10- The kayak is very maneuverable and easy to use. I can easily do 2.8-3 mph mph for an hour or more. My wife, who does not have enough arm strength to paddle a kayak in the wind, can easily get the Slayer Propel to go against against the wind without tiring. We are in our 60's and these kayaks will entend our kayaking for years.
I bought this kayak about a month ago and have used it about 5 times. It is very light and easy to load in my truck. The seat is very comfortable and I have been out for several hours and had no pain. The yak does not track well and I have to stay on the rudder all the time. I bought a short 2 foot paddle to help with the rudder but it wears my arm out during the day. Wanted to buy a cart but the ones for this yak are very expensive.
Great fishing or touring kayak. Caught a 12lb. channel cat from it the day it was delivered. Would recommend for anyone looking at fishing kayaks.
Great kayak. Very versatile with a lot of track mounts. I find that I can cover much greater distances with this kayak because of the pedal power than I could paddling one of my other kayaks. It's also great to be able to fish at the same time while moving and the reverse ability is awesome. The only complaint I have about the Slayer 10 Propel is that it is only designed for folks taller than 5'6". Anyone shorter than that will have a hard time sitting comfortably while pedaling because the seat does not slide up far enough for a shorter person. Thus, my kids can't use this kayak because they can't reach the pedals without slouching in the seat and fully extending their legs. Same problem for woman who are shorter than 5'6". Native must not have any woman or men on their pro staff shorter than 5'6".