The roto-molded Kaos is smooth, fast and nimble
GREENVILLE, S.C. (August 31, 2016) – Dagger, a leader in whitewater, performance recreational and touring kayaks, today reintroduced its fan-favorite Kaos 10.2: a maneuverable, roto-molded kayak for surf zones.
“Surf junkies will love its durability and high performance in a variety of environments,” said Evan Lyendecker, marketing director for Dagger. “It’s perfect for beginners to intermediate paddlers looking for a versatile and forgiving surf kayak.”
The Kaos’ versatile design excels in surf conditions and can be paddled well on flat water and mild whitewater. The Kaos’ surfboard-like hull coupled with its low, sleek profile creates a smooth, fast and nimble ride. The front is rockered for wave takeoffs and aggressive carving.
The thigh straps, back band and molded-in foot brace allow for phenomenal control of the kayak while the three removable surf fins provide additional grip and drive in waves. Molded-in seat and foot wells compliment the comfortable thigh straps and adjustable back band, all providing points of contact for unprecedented control. A 5” deck plate with attached cat bag can be used to store small items such as a bottle or sunscreen.
The Kaos 10.2 is $749 USD and launches to retailers in September 2016.
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Dagger doesn’t believe in going half-way, or giving “just enough.” In the world of paddling, Dagger is all in, and has been since 1988. From high-performance rec and touring kayaks built for the river to whitewater boats bound for class V creeking and all moving water in between, Dagger designs premier kayaks for the relentless pursuit of adventure. Located and manufactured in Greenville, S.C., as part of the Confluence Outdoor family, Dagger invites you to share your passion for the water, join the Dagger Community and check out the kayaks at www.dagger.com
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