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At a mere 13.6 lbs, the new 10.2 foot Kokopelli Twain PackRaft is an exceptional choice for paddlers needing lightweight, yet durable, touring options with the capacity to be paddled by one or two people.
The Twain features a higher payload of 650 lbs and an additional 31 inches of length over the single Castaway - great for two people, taller paddlers, or those needing room for more gear. The longer profile - in conjunction with an included 4.5 inch removable tracking fin - makes the Kokopelli Twain one of the best tracking Packrafts available, great for longer distance paddling. The open design also offers easy entry and exit as well as a higher paddling position to allow deeper and more efficient paddle strokes.
A two-chamber design provides greater safety than traditional one-chamber packrafts, while one-inch seam welds with reinforced tape ensure durability and the highest-quality, air-holding properties. Built to exacting specifications, the Twain sidewalls are constructed from a 210 denier, double-coated nylon, while the floor features a beefed-up 840d DuPont™ Kevlar® Aramid-Nylon Blend - both have slightly increased TPU coatings for greater durability.
The 4in (10.2cm) thick inflatable seats are made from 210d Diamond-Ripstop Nylon and use a Stem Valve. This keeps you comfortable and improves paddling position which allows for deeper, more efficient paddle strokes.Twelve-inch diameter tubes ensure stability on the water as well as providing some protection from swells. Six integrated nylon d-rings serve as convenient gear-tie downs, while two inflatable seat rests provide back support. With the included inflation bag, the Kokopelli Twain kayak can be ready for the water in less than ten minutes.
One 21-inch TiZip zipper provides waterproof access inside the rear chamber - simply zip open the chamber and store camping supplies such as tent, sleeping bag and medium size dry bags. There are 2 d-rings placed inside the cargo area for attaching optional Delta Inflatable Dry Bags.
The Twain models have been redesigned with 30% more volume in the stern. This provides more buoyancy and a slightly lower waterline, eliminating water pooling issues. A new bottom hull construction makes the packrafts more rigid - by repositioning where the hull bottom attaches to the side chambers, and including inflatable seat bases, the paddlers sit a bit higher and don’t sag down in the boat. This in turn improves the backband support (it is now positioned lower on the back), as well as making it easier to paddle over the side chambers. Together, these improvements eliminated the need for an inflatable floor, saving on weight. The fin can also be removed when weight savings is essential.
The Twain is perfect for flat-to-mild water environments (Class I and II) and can easily be backpacked to remote locations, taken on camping trips, tossed on a plane or stashed in an RV. The high portability and open design provides easy entry for seniors and those with disabilities.
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