Equinox™ 10.4 SI 2017

- Multichannel hull for greater stability and tracking

- Front and rear carry handles

- Ergonomic comfort seat

- 10" x 18" rear cam lock hatch with 60L dry bag

- 10'' front cam lock hatch with mesh bag

- 4" cam lock hatch with mesh bag

- Comfort thigh pads

- Front and rear bungees

- Integrated drain plug

- Paddle holder

- Front deck console

- Adjustable footrest system

Availability: Out of stock

USD$499.99

Details

Details

- Multichannel hull for greater stability and tracking
- Front and rear carry handles
- Ergonomic comfort seat
- 10" x 18" rear cam lock hatch with 60L dry bag
- 10'' front cam lock hatch with mesh bag
- 4" cam lock hatch with mesh bag
- Comfort thigh pads
- Front and rear bungees
- Integrated drain plug
- Paddle holder
- Front deck console
- Adjustable footrest system

Specification

Specification

Tandem or Single? Single
Length 124 in - 315 cm
Width 31.75 in - 80.7 cm
Height 13 in - 33 cm
Capacity 275 lbs - 125 kg
Weight 51 lbs - 23 kg
Cockpit 38.4 in x 21.5 in - 97.5 cm x 54.6 cm

Reviews

Customer Reviews (3)

Stable and Fast while fishing or Kayaking Review by AWOL
I bought two of these Kayaks, one for me and one for my wife. I prefer sit in models since I kayak in lakes and rivers even during winter time. I use mine mostly for fishing in Texas lakes and rivers. My wife uses her to leisurely paddle around the many bays of the lake in company of her Shihtzu. I had used mine in calm and windy conditions, up to about 15 mph winds. This kayak tracks excellently against the wind. When faced with the wake of powerboats it faces it with minimal or no splashing, simply follows the wave up and down. I can cross my legs, bend my legs, hang my legs over the edge and even kneel and get items from the front or rear hatch all while staying afloat and dry. I added a few accessories to facilitate my fishing. Rod holders, anchor trolley, extra carrying handles and modular mount (Scotty) to mount a fish finder and rod holder. The weight is perfect for me to load and unload it solo off my truck. I was looking for a fishing Kayak and this one suit the bill with minor modifications and saving a god amount of money. (Posted on 8/11/2017)
Awesome KayakReview by Wind Witch
After 4 yrs kayaking with an inflatable Aqua Glide (which I loved), I switched to the Equinox 10.4 SI. The only reason I switched was for an easier glide & less effort in windy conditions on a lake we frequent which gets strong winds & produces good size white caps in the afternoons. At 65, easier is better. I've used it 4 times so far this summer & love the way it tracks, it's speed, overall comfort & the amazing dry storage bins. It's easy to get in & out of & stays very dry in windy conditions. The weight is manageable for my husband when lifting it up on top of our Subaru Outback & is easy to get down as well. Hauling it to & from the shore to launch is easy as well with both the bow & stern carry handles. Couldn't be happier with it!!! (Posted on 7/6/2017)
Best bang for ur buckReview by Countryjew
Just bought this kayak and put it in the water two days ago had a great time on it. bought it at Costco. Took it out in Raritan Bay off Staten Island when the seas were choppie from a thunderstorm that was coming in was very stable handled real well love the large capacity waterproof containers. Also took it through a saltwater marsh called lemon Creek in Staten Island handled like a dream (Posted on 6/21/2017)

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Q & A

Q1: Can I buy a spray skirt for my Kayak? If so, where?

A1: Only sit-in kayaks can accept spray skirts, but not all of them do. It all depends on the size of the cockpit and the shape of the lip. Some cockpit dimensions are shown on the product detail page. If you don’t see your cockpit dimensions, you can use a tape measure and check the width and length of your cockpit including the lip. To purchase spray skirts, please visit www.sealsskirts.com.


Q2: Regarding the «weight capacity» to a specific kayak, is there a general rule that applies whether it should suit me or not?

A2: The weight capacity stated on the kayak documentation represent the maximum weight the kayak can hold to be fully usable. For a more comfortable ride, always look for a kayak that has a weight capacity approximately 30 to 40lbs above your actual weight. It’s even more important for sit-on top kayaks as the closer you are to the weight limit, the deeper will the line of floatation be, resulting in more water coming into the kayak from the scupper holes.


Q3: Where do I find the Serial/Warranty #?

A3: Your kayak’s serial number is located behind the seat or on the rear left hand side (when looking at your kayak from the front). Please use this number in order to register your kayak on the Registration section of our website.


Q4: What is the best way to store my kayak?

A4: The ideal way to store a kayak is to sit it on a flat surface. If your kayak remains outdoors, you should keep it covered and out of direct sunlight. Do not leave any straps tightly clinched around your kayak for long periods, especially in warm weather. This could distort the shape of the kayak. For an easy storage and access to your kayak, we recommend to take a look at the different options in the Accessories section of our website.


Q5: I would like to put a rudder system on my kayak, is it possible?

A5: None of our kayaks comes with a rudder system. Even if there are third party rudder system available on the market, we do not recommend the use of any specific one. The installation of a rudder system is done at your own risk. Please note that any permanent alteration of your kayak hull will result in the cancellation of the warranty.

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