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Dagger Mamba | Creek

Online Price£944.95
RRP£1,049.95
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Dagger's go anywhere do anything river boat, fast and forgiving this is the perfect boat for the paddler that wants to explorer white water rivers but also enjoys a surf or even a relaxing sunday paddle down your local canal/river.

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Completely redesigned in 2012 with a “Team Tested, Paddler Proven” heritage that's trusted by the most renowned instructors and paddlers in the world, the Mamba kayak offers serious refinements that will make it the top planing hull creeker on the market. The Mamba offers more volume with improved volume distribution, increased speed, crisper control and added safety features, including a repositioned bow grab handle for easier access, an added handle near the cockpit, and an added molded-in stern foam wall holder to improve the structural integrity.

Whether it's seasoned paddlers looking to hone their river skills, make the move beyond Class III, or new adventure seekers looking for a predictable, stable, easy to roll power-house to discover the full range of real whitewater, the stylish new Mamba Series will inspire their ultimate adventure.

Model Length Width Volume Wt Range

2013 Mamba 7.6

7'7"

231 cm

25.5"

65 cm

57 gal

242 L

120-170 lbs

54-77 kg

2013 Mamba 8.1 

8' 1"

246 cm

26.75"

68 cm

62 gal

292 L

150-220 lbs

68-100 kg

2013 Mamba 8.6 

8'6"

259 cm

27.5"

70 cm

72 gal

337 L

175-260 lbs

79-118 kg




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We have all 3 sizes of Mamba availble to demo at the shop or take further afield, give us a call on 01932 247978 to check availability!
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