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Future Beach Nexus 160T 13'4 Tandem

Discussion in 'Kayak Angling Forum' started by gavlp20, Jul 10, 2012.

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    HI,does anybody know anything about.
    I was looking at getting one for fishing.
    Here is the spec.

    The Future Beach Nexus 160T 13-ft 4-in tandem sit-on-top kayak utilizes a special dihedral hull for an enhanced level of performance. It includes a handy waterproof hatch and provides you with ergonomic seat backs and graduated foot braces. The 34-in wide hull allows 2 paddlers to synchronize their movements while assuring a stable ride.

    Model Number: NX160TP
    Color: Red
    13 ft 4 in
    Sit-on-top kayak
    Dihedral hull for the optimum in stability and tracking
    Two, 2-piece, high-performance paddles
    Built-in high back seats
    Graduated foot braces
    Central 10-in x 18-in elliptical hatch with rubber cover
    Self bailing - scupper plugs
    4 paddle tie downs
    4 carry handles
    Front and rear easy-pull handles
    Width: 34 in
    Weight: 62 lbs
    Capacity: 475 lbs
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    Well, it's heavy, the hull looks like a pig to paddle, no storage at all, doesn't look quality to me. I would avoid.
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    see what you mean cheers

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