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10' Intex Tacoma K2 Inflatable Kayak with Oars

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$149.99
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Academy Sports + Outdoors has 10' Intex Tacoma K2 Inflatable Kayak with Oars on sale for $99.99. Select free store pickup where available.

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Features:
  • Includes 2 aluminum oars and 2 inflatable seats
  • Kayak measures 10' 3" in length
  • Repair patch kit included in case of rips and tears
  • 400-Lb maximum weight capacity

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$99.99 and free pickup in store. I noticed the "Items in box" section doesn't list the pump for it. So not sure if it includes it, but searching the same product on Amazon shows it comes with pump.

https://www.academy.com/p/intex-s...ue-gray-01
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Pre covid days these double K2's went down to $65 some times. Those were the good ole days. Not sure if this is a good deal or not, but these days. I really wish they would address the sinking in the middle issue with these instead of making new designs every few years. The front seat is almost not usable unless its a small kid.I finally gave away my two old green k2's from 4 years ago, they split inside at the seam where it bends. No way to fix it.
I would call this a good deal considering the peak season is coming up. Not quite pre-covid, but I don't think we'll see that again soon, now that manufacturers can blame inflation, staffing, and supply chain issues (regardless of the degree to which those actually affect them!) Wink

Note that the nearly identical K2 Explorer is down to $140 on Amazon, so it does seem like we're on a downtrend

Edit: picked one up, will try to give it an overnight inflation test. I usually recommend buying 2 inflatables and keeping the 1 that works Wink
I'm glad someone finally said it!

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Pre covid days these double K2's went down to $65 some times. Those were the good ole days. Not sure if this is a good deal or not, but these days. I really wish they would address the sinking in the middle issue with these instead of making new designs every few years. The front seat is almost not usable unless its a small kid.I finally gave away my two old green k2's from 4 years ago, they split inside at the seam where it bends. No way to fix it.
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Pre covid days these double K2's went down to $65 some times. Those were the good ole days. Not sure if this is a good deal or not, but these days. I really wish they would address the sinking in the middle issue with these instead of making new designs every few years. The front seat is almost not usable unless its a small kid.I finally gave away my two old green k2's from 4 years ago, they split inside at the seam where it bends. No way to fix it.
You ever tried any of the Walmart hard back type? They range from $109.00 for small and 200 medium and $300.00 for large.
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Quote from davekkk :
Pre covid days these double K2's went down to $65 some times. Those were the good ole days. Not sure if this is a good deal or not, but these days. I really wish they would address the sinking in the middle issue with these instead of making new designs every few years. The front seat is almost not usable unless its a small kid.I finally gave away my two old green k2's from 4 years ago, they split inside at the seam where it bends. No way to fix it.
you could probably patch it, vinyl glue is very strong and easy to apply. however the patch material is not cheap. appreciate the info i actually own one that ive never had a chance to take out on the water.
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I would call this a good deal considering the peak season is coming up. Not quite pre-covid, but I don't think we'll see that again soon, now that manufacturers can blame inflation, staffing, and supply chain issues (regardless of the degree to which those actually affect them!) Wink

Note that the nearly identical K2 Explorer is down to $140 on Amazon, so it does seem like we're on a downtrend

Edit: picked one up, will try to give it an overnight inflation test. I usually recommend buying 2 inflatables and keeping the 1 that works Wink
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You ever tried any of the Walmart hard back type? They range from $109.00 for small and 200 medium and $300.00 for large.
I have, and they're okay, but the reason to buy inflatable is easy portability. Otherwise a hard kayak outperforms it in almost every arena.
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Anyone use this as fishing kayak?
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I remember buying these for $49 back in the day... Several years ago though.
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now that manufacturers can blame inflation, staffing, and supply chain issues (regardless of the degree to which those actually affect them!) Wink
I'm glad someone finally said it!
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Getting an error that they don't ship to California.... That sucks! It's a very good deal if you can get it.
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I remember buying these for $49 back in the day... Several years ago though.
Yeah, I did, too.
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Don't buy this!
I owned one and end up with selling it. Way TOO SOFT and relatively hard to control. The one sit in the front will get a back pain in 30minutes. You can feel every single wave that go through your kayak and under body! I don't even feel comfortable paddle it 100 yards from bank!
It's cheap but quality is way too bad. Buy a quality $300 kayak that can be pumped to 3psi. You back worth more than that!
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For lakes, I think these are great if you just want to dink around. They track fine and are easy to paddle ... I have this version in yellow and another lower profile version in green. Paid less but tu for great product
video shows these in extreme use
https://youtu.be/_1m_8HFDJFg
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Everything made by Intex eventually turns into a tarp
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