The New Lure II Tandem from Feelfree is an exciting new complement to the Lure Series of Kayaks. Based on the same amazing comfort, stability and versatility anglers demand out of a kayak - only x 2! With 2 complete cockpits featuring sonar pods, standing platform and patented Gravity Seats - the Lure II cuts no corners to offer the best for 2 anglers. Molded in handles, wheel in keel, rear storage for crate or cooler, uni-track system, rear rod holders are all standard features. Additionally, you can add the Overdrive pedal and/or motor to the rear seating position, while using the front sonar pod for depth/fish finder, you now have a serious fishing machine. The Lure II is also designed as a solo kayak from the rear seat position with a multitude of options. In the solo position you can remove the front Gravity seat providing even more room for standing and storage, add a stand up bar and overdrive, and your Lure II replaces a garage full of boats! Stand, sit high, sit low, 1 or 2 anglers, pedal, paddle, motor and go fishing…..the Lure II will be the one boat that can truly replace them all.
|Length:||14 ft 2 in / 4.32 m|
|Width:||36 in / 91.44 cm|
|Weight:||92 lb / 41.73 kg|
|Capacity:||500 lb / 226.8 kg|
|Number of Paddlers:||2 - Tandem|
|Type of Kayak:||Sit on Top|
|Rod Holders Included:||2|
I bought this kayak and have had it about 2 weeks. I have taken it out 4 times so far and I love it. I took it out twice by myself and the other two with a friend of mine. The only reason why i gave it a 4 is because this thing is freakin heavy and the wheel in the keel isn’t great. I would highly recommend getting a cart for it. The wheel is fine for short distance as long as you can keep it balanced. This is my first kayak, so I can’t really compare to others but solo paddling wasn't bad at all in my opinion. However if you are out on a windy day and have another adult with, hopefully they have a paddle as well. If not, you’re in for a treat. Other than that, I enjoy it. Hope this helps.