Native Watercraft is back at it once again. They’ve already revolutionized the kayak fishing industry with their pedal driven Slayer series of kayaks, with the ability to go in reverse. Now, they’re taking it another step forward by bringing it in a smaller package. Native Watercraft will debut the all new Slayer 10 Propel this week at the annual iCast convention being held in Orlando, Fl.
The Slayer 10 Propel is a pedal driven kayak, but in a much smaller capacity, so to speak. The old adage of “big things come in small packages” couldn’t be much truer with the Slayer 10 Propel. This kayak has the same capacity as it’s older brother, the Slayer 13 Propel, albeit a few inches smaller. Native achieved this by adding an inch to the width of the Slayer 10 Propel. The idea for the Slayer 10 Propel came from the “Automatic for the People” questionnaire that was held by Native Watercraft last fall. The people spoke and it looks as though Native was definitely listening. The amazing attribute is its 500lb capacity for such a short kayak. The Slayer 10 Propel will go into production on September 1st of 2014, so get ready for an amazing kayak coming soon to your nearest dealer.
Slayer 10 Propel
- Length: 10′
- Width: 34″
- Depth: 13″
- Weight: fitted hull – 60lbs; fully rigged – 79lbs
- Capacity: 500lbs
- Colors: Blue Lagoon, Lizard Lick, Copperhead, Hidden Oak, Lime, Road Cone Orange, Sand
- First Class Seat
- MSRP: $2299