Bic Adventure 120 Kayak
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Bic Adventure 120 Kayak

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Specs

Material: UV resistant polyethylene-Twin sheet technology
Length: 12 ft, 366cm
Width: 71 cm, 28 in
Persons: 1
Cockpit Dimensions: 122 x 58 cm, 48 x 24
Hatch Dimensions: std
Hatch Type: waterproof quick-lock
Skeg: No, molded
Rudder: No, molded
Weight: 50 lbs, 23kg
Paddler Skill: beginner-intermediate
Recommended Use: Ocean, Touring, Flat Water
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Bic Adventure 120 Kayak

Smooth lines and a comfortable design define the Bic Adventure 120 Kayak. Sized for easy-gliding action, this general-purpose touring kayak is built to a 12 ft length for efficient flow on the water paired with generous stability. Constructed of UV-resistant, polyethylene twin-sheet technology, this is a durable vessel for all-around flatwater paddling adventures. The ample sit-in cockpit offers a spacious design for fluid launches and exits. Inside, the Ergoflex seat provides a supportive spot with a comfortable backrest along with adjustable foot rests and padded knee rests for paddling ease. The rear waterproof compartment stows your larger gear away while a "glove box" protects smaller items. A convenient drink holder keeps your hydration source handy.

Key Features of the Bic Adventure 120 Kayak:
  • Adjustable footrests
  • Adjustable Backrest
  • Wide rear hatch with quick-lock closure
  • Stowing mesh at front
  • Front and rear carry handles
  • Drink holder
  • Storage glove box at front
  • Cockpit foam protection
  • Storage glove box at front
  • Waterproof rear hatch

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How much does this weigh?
Paddy R on Feb 20, 2014
Best Answer: It's listed under specs, 23kgs or 50lbs
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