The Fat Boy's removable wheels make it easy to store the cart in your kayak.
Other features include a drawn, brite-anodized aluminum frame that measures an extra-wide 20 inches on the inside; upright tubing that extends from 12 to 18 inches; and a silver color. The Fat Boy cart measures 41 by 10 by 10 inches (W x H x D), weighs 9.5 pounds, and carries a one-year warranty. Paddleboy also sells a line of center carts, which manage more of the weight but are slower to load.
The very first Paddleboy cart was born out of pure selfish concern. In 1995, dedicated paddler Brian Witt struggled to transport his canoes and kayaks across the park and down to the water. As any paddler without a cart knows, this kind of lugging uses energy that should be reserved for paddling. Witt knew there had to be a better way, so he designed a prototype cart that became the essence of every canoe and kayak enthusiast's dream: less lugging and more paddling. Today, Paddleboy Designs--located in Seattle, Washington--is the only watercraft cart manufacturer to offer both end and center carts, as well as one of the most supportive, competent dealer networks in the country. "
Features : Measures 41 x 10 x 10 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 9.5 pounds
Size : 62100
Product dimensions : 7.7x29x18.6 inches
Product weight : 10.1 pounds
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