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  • Tributary Tributary Spud
  • Tributary Tributary Spud
  • Tributary Tributary Spud
  • Tributary Tributary Spud
  • Tributary Tributary Spud
  • Tributary Tributary Spud
  • Tributary Tributary Spud
  • Tributary Tributary Spud

Tributary Spud

$499.00
Excl. tax

The Tributary Spud is designed for ages Youth+. It’s small enough for younger paddlers to handle and won’t break the bank, which makes it an easy choice when you’re introducing kids to whitewater sports.

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The Tributary Spud is designed for ages Youth+. It’s small enough for younger paddlers to handle and won’t break the bank, which makes it an easy choice when you’re introducing kids to whitewater sports. The Spud doesn’t stop at kids though. It’s a wild, playful boat for adults as well.

What makes the Tributary Spud special?
Size: The Spud is light and short, which will make it easier for kids to control.
Stable: The Spud has a nice, stable feel, giving kids confidence when running waves, punching holes, and crossing eddy lines.

 

 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including DEHP which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

ducky / ik / kayak / spud / Tributary
Length 7' 2"
Width 35.5"
Weight 21.5 lbs
Tube Diameter 11.5"
Bow Rise 7.5"
Stern Rise 7.5"
2" Waterline 51"
Valve Type Summit II
Base Fabric Denier 1000
Material Weight, Oz. per Sq. Yard 23 oz
AIREcell Material Vinyl
Number of Chambers 2
Number of Handles No
Self Bailing Yes
Load Capacity 200 lbs.
Warranty Tributary 1 Year Limited
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