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Outcast Power Drifter Pontoon Boat

Outcast Power Drifter Pontoon Boat

The 1200-denier PVC built Outcast Power Drifter Pontoon has a lightweight aluminum frame that includes an anchor system, motor mount, and inflatable floor that allows for compact storage and transport. One of the Power Drifter is unique features includes a floor port that opens allowing you to drop a motor through. When inflated, the highly rigid floor is stable enough for anglers to cast and fish from the standing position. The Power Drifter is perfect for anglers looking for kayak performance without sacrificing room, comfort or stabilitythe perfect alternative to bulky prams and canoes! Power Drifter Specifications Inflated size: 46inch x 11 inches Weight: 79 lbs. Frame: 4-piece aluminum Load capacity: 500 lbs. Seams: thermal welded Warranty: 5 year

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