Pyranha Jed Connect River

 

RRP: £699.00
NOW: £651.61 (£543.01 ex VAT)

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Freestyle Kayak or Playboat

The Jed is Pyranha’s  freestyle/playboat. Designed to be great fun in a hole but still go huge on a wave; so whether your idea of playboating is nailing McNasties at Cardiff International White Water or throwing huge clean spin to air screw combos on Bus Eater, this boat must be considered!
 
One of the unique design features of the Jed is the shallow ‘v’ shape at the hull at the stern. This provides the Jed with a looseness few other boats can rival and amazing edge-to-edge transition. Combined with a progressive rocker and slicey ends this makes a truly versatile boat that is both fast and loose.
 
The Jed Connect River's outtfitting is based on  Pyranha’s slightly older Connect 30 Outfitting. This is still easily adjustable, allowing the seat position to be adjusted fore and aft in the kayak, with adjustable thigh grips and shapeable footblock. The seat also has a seat pad fitted, and adjustable Connect hip pads.

The Jed also comes with a bolt on overthruster, something that hasn’t been seen on a playboat for a while and whilst not giving as much volume as aJackson Thruster,  will stop the deck compressing during a plug costing you vital litres of volume when trying to catch big air for a loop or Space Godzilla! It will also be appreciated when running big volume water such as the White Nile or Zambezi rivers where decks popping can be a worry!

  • General Features
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  • Designed in the United Kingdom
  • Manufactured in the United Kingdom
  • Available in 3 sizes for the optimum fit.
  • Connect River outfitting
  • Drinks Bottle Holder.
  • Front Security Loop.
  • Rear Grab Loop.
  • Full Progressive Rocker.
  • Slicey Bow & Stern for better vertical moves.
  • Core Volume Distribution for better popping.
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  • Jed - Small
  • Boat Length - 175cm
  • Boat Width - 63cm
  • Carrying Capacity - 40-70Kg
  • Boat Weight - TBC Kg
  • Cockpit Size - 86 x 48cm
  • Volume - 178 Ltrs
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  • Jed - Medium
  • Boat Length - 180cm
  • Boat Width - 65cm
  • Carrying Capacity - 55-90Kg
  • Boat Weight - 14Kg
  • Cockpit Size - 86 x 48cm
  • Volume 208Ltrs
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  • Jed - Large
  • Boat Length - 186cm
  • Boat Width - 67cm
  • Carrying Capacity - 80-110Kg
  • Boat Weight - TBC Kg
  • Cockpit Size - 86 x 48cm
  • Volume - 235 Ltrs

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