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Outcast PAC 1200 Pro Series Pontoon Boat

Outcast PAC 1200 Pro Series Pontoon Boat

The PAC 1200 Pro Series Pontoon Boat from Outcast is constructed with 37-ounce 1670-denier PVC fabric on the top and 43-ounce 1670-denier base fabric on bottom, making the Outcast PAC 1200 one incredibly durable river-fishing machine. Two urethane air chambers feature top-quality Leafield valves, giving you piece of mind when the going gets tough. The PAC 1200 is 11-piece aluminum frame breaks down for easier transport and includes raised seat pedestals for better vision and more comfortable seating for the oarsman and angler. The PAC 1200 Pontoon Boat is unique split-frame design allows this boat to be used in tandem or solo. The front seat pedestal can also be replaced with a cooler and cooler tray for more efficient use of space for extended trips. PAC 1200 Specifications Inflated size: 65 inches x 13 inches Weight: 144 lbs. Frame: 11-piece aluminum Load capacity: 750 lbs. Seams: thermal welded. Air Cell Type: 14 mil. Urethane Warranty: 10 year

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