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|Interior Width (center)||29.5"|
|Interior Depth (center)||10.25"|
|Base Fabric Denier||1670|
|Material Weight, Oz. per Sq. Yard||37 oz.|
|Number of Chambers||3|
|Number of Handles||0|
|Number of D-Rings||10|
|Warranty||AIRE 10 Year No Fault Warranty|
- I wanted the best and that's what I got - well worth it.
My Puma was my first raft I bought in 2011 and I love it. I've taken it on big water (Cataract), long overnight trips like Deso/Grey, fishing and float trips and just love it. I have put thousands of miles on it and haven't had any problems with it. I'm from New Mexico and it's perfect for our smaller rivers where larger rafts can only be used in the high season. I wanted the best and that's what I got - well worth it. (Posted on 3/7/2018)
- Light and responsive
Whether it is tight slot whitewater like the Bruneau at 800 cfs, or trying to stick a pocket behind a rock chasing rainbows on the South Fork of the Boise, this boat is light and responsive. In a pinch, with enough straps you can overload with beverages for the Middle Fork of the Salmon trip... (Posted on 9/8/2017)
- Light weight and the quick response time.
I have one of these little guys and they roll baby roll. They are really stiff because of the short lengthy I guess. So they feel like a rocket and a cork at the same time. My wife loves to run this as a three person paddle boat because of the light weight and the quick response time. (Posted on 9/8/2017)
- Run clean lines without too much difficulty.
I do not currently own a Puma, but had the opportunity to take one down the Lower Gauley this September. Had 4 novice paddlers plus myself - probably approaching capacity. Without an intimate knowledge of the river, I was still able to make Class IV moves and run clean lines without too much difficulty. Obviously a little sluggish with 5 total people, but handling was still very manageable. Only downside was that I had to go with the smaller cooler... (Posted on 9/8/2017)