Emotion 90259 Renegade XT Fishing Kayak is probably one of those premium kayaks that are designed for beginners in mind. It can easily accommodate a 6-feet lanky guy. The seats are quite comfortable and that means, you can paddle for an extended period of time without straining your back. The foot shelves are quite nice and are designed perfectly. It has great stability.
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The maximum weight capacity of Emotion 90259 Renegade XT Fishing Kayak is around 350 lbs. It also has got ample storage space available. The inclusion of a spacious tank well has given the kayak a new dimension. No matter how bad the weather or how high the waves are, Emotion 90259 Renegade XT Fishing Kayak stays rock steady.
|Dimensions||120 x 36 x 14 inches|
Emotion 90259 Renegade XT Fishing Kayak is basically a sit-on-top kayak that is designed specifically for anglers. The seat is highly adjustable and removable by nature and thus allowing you to paddle all day.
Emotion 90259 Renegade XT Fishing Kayak is not too heavy and to make it easier for you to transport it on your car, side handles and integral stern are included. It weighs just 49 lbs. Since most of its parts are made in the USA, you don’t have to worry about its overall quality.
To add to its already impressive lifespan, Emotion 90259 Renegade XT Fishing Kayak is mainly constructed from High-Density Polyethylene. This premium material adds to its remarkable strength. What is even more amazing is the fact that this kayak comes with a 3-year limited manufacturer warranty. It does not track that well but if you can add a kayak skeg, things will show signs of improvements.
- It is wide and thus offers more stability.
- Tracks really well.
- Good for fly fishing.
- Spins sideway when it is windy.
- Flat bottom.
Arthur G. Moore is a veteran paddler. He has over 10 years of whitewater kayaking experience in his kitty. When he was young, he used to love kayaking in rapid III and rapid IV but as time went on, he decided to concentrate mainly on covering long distances on a standard touring kayak. He is currently working as a senior editor for Kayak Manual.