IK-126 Taylor Single Inflatable Kayak

IK-126 Taylor Single Inflatable Kayak

(6 customer reviews)

$629.00

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Description

Low on cost, high on stoke! Our new Taylor IK is the fusion of affordability, craftsmanship, performance design and value. Triple-welded PVC combined with a drop-stitch floor insert give this IK a stiff yet comfortable ride. Diminishing side tubes create a progressive rocker profile made for popping up through waves and stable, responsive maneuvering. Adjustable backrest(s) and tons of double D-rings allow for all kinds of customization. Consider this your new PFD – Personal Freedom Device!

Available colors: Blue, Lime, Orange, Red, Waterfall and Yellow

Length: 10′ 6″
Tube: 11″
Chambers: 4
D-Rings: 8
Handles: 2

Key Features:

  • Diminishing tube design
  • Bow and stern D-rings
  • Bow and stern handles
  • Self-bailing drain holes
  • Ample D-rings for lashing gear
  • Repair kit included
  • Thigh Straps sold separately

5-yr retail & 3-yr commercial warranty on workmanship and materials.
Prices and availability subject to change without notice.

– Calculated shipping prices cover shipments within the continental United States. Please call 888.785.1844 ext 9 to speak with one of our helpful staff members to arrange shipping outside the continental USA.

⚠️ Warning: This product is made of PVC and can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Additional information

Color

Blue, Electric Raspberry, Lime Green, Orange, Red, Waterfall, Yellow

6 reviews for IK-126 Taylor Single Inflatable Kayak

  1. James A Maciver (verified owner)

    I.
    Am.
    In.
    Love.
    Took her out the very first thing. After getting squared away on the thigh straps (thanks again) and seat position, I immediately put it in the surf and then stuck it in every hole I could. I’m the first person in town to have this boat and it caught a lot of attention. The 14th St. Misfits love RMR!

  2. Dana

    Great boat! Light weight. Well constructed. Tracks well. Super comfortable. Paddled the Dries of the New on first outing and they handled great. Highly recommend

  3. Tanya

    Awesome! Super playful in holes too. Tubes can run really tight. I just took it down the Rogue River in Oregon. It ferries much better than my other IKs. I love the thicker material and the drop stitch floor. This is my new go to for class 3 and down. Great boat but factor in the price and it’s an AWESOME boat. Nothing available can touch this for the price.

  4. Dr. Steve

    Absolutely the best! I needed an easy to haul, sturdy, easy to set-up, and dependable kayak and these are it! The ride is awesome, easy to control and darn comfortable. My daughters can haul 2 IKs easily in a small vehicle and time to get from vehicle to water is very quick. Best IK for this price, hands down.

  5. Henry Cassady (verified owner)

    Maiden voyage today on Lower Nantahala. Class II with one Class Three. Agile boat, great fun. Great value.

  6. Max Cassady (verified owner)

    Second review. Second run in this IK yesterday (2/28/21) in the Lower Nantahala. I love this boat. In the smooth water you can hit a single stroke and Merry Go Round 720 degrees and just gaze up at the mountains. Thigh straps are helpful for a couple of reasons. One, they help you lean into a ferry to get across the river. Two, the thigh straps allow you to lean back on the thwart and enjoy a Lazy Boy reclining position to take in the scenery. Another thing I really like about this IK. It’s proportioned so that in the “Lazy Boy” reclining position, your elbows rest comfortably on the sides. All in all, it’s just a really snug, stable set up. I floated sideways through several Class II runs with rolling waves that I knew had no rocks. Very comfortable. Finally, a very easy carry, light, and it rides on your shoulder effortlessly.

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