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DIRTYDEVIL
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TubeTracker Pro packraft

Post by DIRTYDEVIL » Fri Jun 26, 2015 12:28 am

only 5' long! double layer construction: 30 gage PVC bladders (with inflatable floor, seat, and backrest), 1,000 denier polyester tarpaulin bottom, 840 denier nylon top cover. only $110. about as durable as an Alpackaraft, but heavier no doubt. I saw some people floating down a mild whitewater stretch in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho the other day. They seemed to really enjoy it.

http://www.tubeproinc.com/products.php?view=148

DIRTYDEVIL
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Re: TubeTracker Pro packraft

Post by DIRTYDEVIL » Fri Jun 26, 2015 1:12 am

given its short length, durability, and affordable replacement, this might just be the boat I would use for manky low volume creek exploration, and save my next Alpacka for the larger rivers.

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