The Sealed Floor Pocket (SFP) is constructed by welding the PVC floor top and bottom together along the perimeter to form a waterproof pocket.Read more...
The Sealed Floor Pocket (SFP) is constructed by welding the PVC floor top and bottom together along the perimeter to form a waterproof pocket.
How It's Built:
1 watertight zippers are installed on the floor top so the air floor AIREcell can be accessed.
3 valve are installed. The inflation valve, the pressure relief valve and a burp valve the relieves air pressure caught between the AIREcell and the floor pocket.
The SFP does not take on any water to ballast, this will make the raft slightly faster and more responsive in whitewater.
Owners don;t have to wait a couple of minutes at the take out for water to drain out of the raft floor pocket.
No need to rinse out the floor pocket after a trip down a silty river.
Good choice for rowing large, gear hauling rafts
Rivers that require portages.
The SFP a good option when mostly running silty rivers.