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Scout Boat

Scout Boat
Scout Boat
$750.00 Incl. tax
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Lightweight and compact! The perfect lake crossing, creek fjording inflatable adventure toy.

*Seat not included* Read more..

So small and light that you won’t even notice it in your pack. The Scout features a symmetrical with additional volume in the bow and stern, which allows the Scout to be used as a full-fledged backcountry packraft in addition to its regular duties as a canyoneering and mountain lake specialist.

  • Manufacturing: Made to Order in Mancos, Colorado
  • Shape: Classic Hull
  • Tube Diameter: 9.2-inch
  • Valve: Temper assist valve for inflation and deflation
  • Attachments: 1 stern grab loop
  • Seating: Optional Scout Seat
  • Build Configurations: Open
  • Cargo Fly: Available through the Custom Lab
  • Materials: Proprietary ultralight 210-denier high count nylon hull and 315-denier nylon floor (Made in USA). Sorry, no custom multi-color or Vectran options.
  • Includes: Inflation Bag, Stuff Sack, and Basic Repair Kit



Sizing and Specifications

Exterior Length 76in | 193cm
Exterior Width 33in | 84cm
Interior Length 38in | 97cm
Interior Width 15in | 38cm
Weight* 3.25lb | 1.47kg
Packed Size** 15x5in | 38x13cm
Max Capacity*** 225lb | 102kg

*Weight includes all components except inflation bag and repair kit.

**Packed size is a reference measurement based on folding each lengthwise edge of the boat to the center and rolling from the bow. There are many other methods of rolling and folding the boats that will result in a different packed size that may be more or less efficient for packing depending on the situation.

***Max Capacity is the maximum total weight (paddlers and cargo) that the boat can reasonably carry in flatwater under ideal conditions. Actual capacity for any given trip will vary widely based on the paddler’s skill and water conditions. Please review our weight carrying capacity guide for further details.

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