$1,099.00 – $1,149.00
About the 393rl Razorlite
The World’s First All Drop Stitch Patented RazorLite™ inflatable kayak! A lighter, narrower and faster to paddle, high performance solo kayak for the adventurer.
U.S. Patent 9,452,809
About the RazorLite™ Series
The World’s First All Drop Stitch patented RazorLite™ inflatable kayaks are a much lighter, narrower and faster to paddle, high performance kayak for true adventurers!
A razor sharp, tapered, hard-nose bow and stern, combined with a fully constructed Drop Stitch technology hull enables the Sea Eagle RazorLite™ Kayaks to cut through waves cleaner, straighter and sharper than any other kayak on the market allowing paddling speeds up to 6 mph.
Because of it’s high performance design and capabilities the RazorLite™ kayaks are best recommended for intermediate and above paddlers.
Pro Carbon Solo, Pro Solo
- Person Capacity : 1
- Hull Weight : 33 lbs.
- Length : 12 ft. 10 in.
- Beam : 2 ft. 4 in.
- Interior : 12’2″ x 17″
- Load Capacity : 1 Person or 500 lbs..
- Deflated : 22″ x 22″ x 12″
- Chambers : 3 (port, starboard, floor)
- Tube Diameter : 8.5″ High x 4″ Thick
- Air Valves: 3 Recessed One Way
- Inflation time : 7 min
- Seam : Quadruple Overlapped
- Material : 1000 Denier Reinforced
- Floor : Attached High Pressure Drop Stitch Floor
- Inflation Pressure : 10 psi
- NMMA Certified
- Fully Constructed with Drop Stitch Technology
- 2 Open and close drain valves
- Large, Removable, Swept Back Rear Skeg
- Front & Rear Spray Skirts with Carry Handles
- Printed Instructions
Thank you for all of your advice. I did look over the Sea Eagle 385 ft and found it to be a good choice based on your comments, but after looking over both kayaks, I chose the 393 RazorLite and have placed my order with you. My decision was based on info i hadn’t given you. This will be my 2nd kayak and will let me use my compact car or even my motorcycle to get to the waters edge. I hope to take this kayak with me when I vacation and its smaller footprint when packed, as well as its light weight, are very attractive to me. I do believe the fast track is more stable and more suitable for fishing, but after spending a little time thinking about my reason for wanting an inflatable, the decision became clear, it’s really about being out on the water and getting some excercise too. I’ll use it for fishing surveillance (lol), before hauling out all my gear and my heavy fishing yak. I do fear never using my other kayak again, if it’s as easy to prep and stow, as it seems. Once again, thanks for all of your advice and your responsiveness! You got back to me far sooner than I expected and if your service after the sale is as good as before, you’ll have set the bar high for any competitor to ever steal my business.
Sep 14, 2017 by Dan