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NRS Kayak Stern Float Bags

NRS Kayak Stern Float Bags

Description

Whether you're a seasoned pro or are just starting out with kayaking, the NRS Infinity Series 10-Gauge Urethane Split Kayak Flotation Bag, Stern is a must-have to help keep water out and cut down on your recovery time. This float bag from the NRS Infinity series is crafted from 10-gauge Urethane material to prevent leaking and ensure reliable performance while you're on the water. A single bag is designed to fill the entire stern compartment, but be sure to measure your kayak model to find the perfect fit. This bag is specifically designed for the stern, bow bag sold separately. Inflated dimensions are (L x W x H) 33.5 x 13 x 10 inches, 3 inches at tip.

  • Single stern-side flotation device
  • The Infinity series bags are a 10-gauge Urethane material that won't leak or delaminate
  • When choosing the 'stern bag set', info lists "2 bags - sold as a pair, 2 different sizes". The dimensions of the two different sizes are:
            - Bow Dimensions inflated: 23"L x 7.5"D x 10"W, 3"W at tip
            - Stern Dimensions inflated: 33.5"L x 10"D x 13"W, 3"W at tip

    One set of bow and stern bags provide enough flotation to keep your boat above water and make it easier to rescue. It also reduces the likelihood of your boat getting pinned under water on a rock. Typically, only very large boats like the Green boat, Karma Unlimited, and Stinger have bow float bags, but practically all boats without bulkheads will benefit from stern flotation.

    If you need bags for the front of your Liquid Logic Remix XP10, I recommend choosing a single bow bag. However, make sure it's not the long narrow one. Additionally, I would suggest having a small hand pump in the hatch of your boat as the lid isn't watertight and there is no drain hole. If you're not using it for storage, you can also insert an airbag or beach ball for added flotation.

    These bags will fit a large Zen 2.0. They also fit my Necky Arluk 2 with room for storage.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    When choosing the 'stern bag set', info lists "2 bags - sold as a pair, 2 different sizes". what are the dimensions of the 2 different sizes?

    They are available as singles, or in a pair in: Bow Dimensions inflated: 23"L x 7.5"D x 10"W, 3"W at tipStern Dimensions inflated: 33.5"L x 10"D x 13"W, 3"W at tip

    How mush flotation is provided by one set of bow and stern bags?

    A boat with float bags will stay above water and be easier to rescue and less likely to get pinned under water on a rock. Typically, only very large boat like the Green boat, Karma Unlimited, and Stinger have bow float bags but practically all boats without bulkheads will benefit from stern flotation.

    I need bags for the front of my liquid logic remix xp10. what option should i choose?

    I have a single bow bag in from of my xp9. But it's not the long narrow one. And I would recommend a small hand pump in the hatch of your boat as the lid isn't water tight and there is no drain hole for it. And if you are not using it for storage, stick an airbag or beach ball in there as well

    Will these bags fit a large Zen 2.0?

    It fits my Necky Arluk 2 with room for storage