Estimated Arrival: Between May 20 and May 23. *ETA to the USA Only
An intermediate cross-over touring boat, the Navarro gets you out and paddling in all weather.
Just as the name denotes, the Navarro line of kayaks is filled with history.
Named after the Navarro River, our line of versatile kayaks incorporates features to handle the unknown. With industry-leading drop stitched floors, HexShell covered pontoons and remove-able zip on decks, this line offers a vessel that takes to the water rain or shine as a value line of boats.
☑ 1 Navarro 130 Kayak
☑ Seat(s) and storage backpack
The Navarro 130 Convertible is constructed with four molded carrying handles
(bow, stern and both sides), but can also be carried by hooking the side of the kayak over your shoulder.
The front deck features a bungee deck-lacing system for attaching gear.
The bungee deck lacing begins 15 inches from the nose and measures 5 to 13 inches wide by 36 inches long. There are 6 sets of cloth d-rings. bow and stern.
An 18-inch zipper begins 13 inches from the nose. This allows you to access the interior. The zippers feature “pockets” to tuck in the zipper head, preventing water from dripping in.
There are two sets of velcro paddle holders, one set for each side.
These are located 57 and 91 inches from the nose.
Two Boston valves with retaining rings are used on the side chambers, a military valve for the floor, and one twist lock for the cockpit coaming.
Two sets of d-rings are on either side of the side handles.
These are located 67 and 74″ from the nose.
The cockpit opening measures 30 x 18 inches, with an approximate 90-inch perimeter and 2-inch high coaming tube.
Two 55-inch velcro strips are centered on the floor and are used to position the seats and foot braces.
The foot brace is padded – 10 x 3 inches long – with velcroed strips 8 inches in length.
The Navarro series features another modified Core seat
The modified Core has a padded, mesh-covered back for breathability and a padded seat base. There are two side straps with quick-connect clips and adjustable strap lengths. The seat base is 15 x 15 inches with two inches of padding. The seatback is 12 inches tall with a 24″ wrap-around back, 1 inch thick – it is not quite as stiff or high as the Core 2 seat found in the Deschutes, but still comfortable. The seat base fits over the velcro strips, keeping the seat base from slipping out of position and providing seating adjustability. There are no storage options on the seatback, but possibly one could connect something to the seat buckles.
A zippering rear hatch cover is 4 inches behind the seat and starts 22 inches from the stern. The hatch measures 14 x 18 inches.
A 7-inch rear zipper (with zipper pocket) is located 12 inches from the stern, allowing one to access the drain plug. The drain plug can be opened or closed to let collected water out or for easier drying.
The Hard-Bottom (HB) floor is constructed from a 6 PSI high-pressure, drop-stitch material. The drop-stitch material allows the floor to feel quite rigid when inflated to higher pressures.
The kayak body consists of two inflatable 24-gauge PVC bladders
Housed in a hex-shell zippering fabric cover of commercial-grade Duratex hull material blended with a rugged 600 denier polyester, allowing the bladders to be replaced if necessary.
The hull is a rugged, puncture-resistant material with removable tracking fin and landing plates.
The tracking fin is hefty, measuring 5 x 11 inches with a quick-release locking pin.
☑ Best For: Touring
☑ Capacity: 400 lbs (136 kg) 1 Person
☑ Warranty: 1-Year Limited
☑ Dimensions: L 13’ x W 39” (L 396cm x W 98cm)
☑ Weight: 35 lbs (15,9 kg)
☑ Box Dimensions: L 26.5″ x W 24.5″ x H 11.5″, 46 lbs. (L 68 x W 63 x H 30 cm, 20,58 kg)