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NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak

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10% Off All Accesrrories! Like the NRS Bandit IK before it, the Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak comes to steal your heart. Its rigid floor and extra width create a craft that's stable enough for beginners while making adrenaline junkies smile. All at a price that won't break the bank.
  • PVC-coated polyester material repels abrasion and slides over rocks with ease.
  • The PVC-coated drop-stitch floor insert inflates to a rock hard 8-10 psi for superior wave-punching performance.
  • To get the rigid structure in the floor for best performance you will need a high-pressure pump.
  • The drop-stitch floor insert is removable for easy cleaning and repair.
  • The tubes and thwart seat inflated to 2.5 psi, combined with the floor insert with its rigid 8-10 psi air pressure, create an exceptionally high-performance kayak.
  • 37.5" width gives you extra stability when the water gets rough.
  • An 18" rocker height helps the Outlaw climb over waves, while 10.5" tubes and a 4" self-bailing floor provide plenty of flotation.
  • The inflatable thwart seat secures to drain holes in the floor, allowing you to place it just where you need it.
  • Two stainless steel D-rings let you secure water bottles and other gear.
  • Bow and stern handles make the Outlaw easy to carry while also providing extra tie-down points for gear.
  • Top-quality Leafield™ C7 valves ensure trouble free inflation and deflation.
  • 3-year retail warranty,1-year commercial.

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    NRS Outlaw Inflatable Kayak
    Length:1:45
Series: Outlaw
Length: 9' 10"
Width:  37.5"
Weight: 26 lbs.
Tube Diameter: 10.5"
Number of Thwarts: 1
Bow Kick: 18"
Stern Kick: 18"
Number of Air Chambers: 4
Valve Type: Leafield - C7
Self Bailing: Yes
Type of Material: PVC Drop-Stitch
Weight/Denier of Tube Material: 35/1000
Weight/Denier of Floor Material: 35/1000
Number of D-rings: 2
Number of Handles: 2
Center Compartment Width: 17.5"
Repair Kit: Yes
Warranty: 3 Years Retail, 1 Years Commercial

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NRS Outlaw Inflatable Kayak (1:45)

Like the NRS Bandit IK before it, the Outlaw Inflatable Kayak comes to steal your heart. Its rigid floor and extra width create a craft that's stable enough for beginners while making adrenaline junkies smile. All at a price that won't break the bank.

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NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak
 
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Pros

  • Comfortable (5)
  • Compact (5)
  • Easy to lift (5)
  • Easy to paddle (5)
  • Good maneuverability (5)

Cons

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Best Uses

  • Day trip (5)
  • Rapids (5)
  • Rivers (5)
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5.0

A blast on the river

By Scott

from Choteau MT

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Compact
  • Easy Entry & Exit
  • Easy To Lift
  • Easy to Paddle
  • Good Maneuverability
  • Stable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Day Trips
    • Rapids
    • Rivers

    Comments about NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak:

    Great on the rivers. More comfortable and stable on the rivers than a hard body kayak. Doesn't track as well on lakes as a hard body kayak but still ok to use on lakes. Primarily got it for floating rivers and couldn't be more happy with it. Can't wait to try it on some new waters when I get the time.

    Service and delivery comments:

    Delivered on time and in great condition.

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    • No
     
    4.0

    It gets the job done.

    By Stace-Face

    from Durango, CO

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Compact
    • Easy To Lift
    • Easy to Paddle
    • Good Maneuverability
    • Removable Floor
    • Stable

    Cons

    • Slow Bailing
    • Very Slow Bailing

    Best Uses

    • Day Trips
    • Flat Waters
    • Rapids
    • Rivers

    Comments about NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak:

    I bought this duckie for my middle fork of the Salmon River trip. It is very maneuverable, stable and stiff through class 3-4 rapids. The raised floor is convenient for low water and floating right over rocks. The removable floor was used as a sleeping pad- very narrow but doable.

    My only complaint thus far, is that the second day into my trip going through a rapid the duckie received a small scrap which lead to a hole. I am a little disappointed by the quality of the material. In my opinion, there is no way that tiny scrap should have punctured the tube. So, forewarn...

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    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great Inflatable Kayak, Greater Price

    By Chip C

    from New River Gorge WV

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Compact
    • Easy Entry & Exit
    • Easy To Lift
    • Easy to Paddle
    • Good Maneuverability
    • GREAT price
    • Stable

    Cons

    • Need High Pressure Pump
    • Slow Bailing In Rapid

    Best Uses

    • Day Trips
    • Flat Waters
    • Kayak Camping
    • Price
    • Rapids
    • Rivers

    Comments about NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak:

    I bought the NRS Outlaw I in spring of 2014. I needed something smaller than a 2 person sea eagle 420x I have. The outlaw rocks! I use the 1 & 2 person NRS Maverick on the New River in WV. I love them & I wanted the 2 person Maverick IK but couldn't afford it at over $1600. I bought a 420x sea eagle on clearance for around $800. It's a tank & powers thru whitewater but it does not self bail at all well & you sit in inches of water. It is hard to steer & you're always wet. It weighs 42 lbs & when you get it out of the river you have to lift the front to get it to bail out the back. The Maverick is great & a tank but light with great self bailing. That is what I would compare the Outlaw too. The Outlaw is very light & slightly smaller than the Maverick. The Bow & Stern of the Outlaw are not as tall as the Maverick, but the Outlaw is a touch wider. The Maverick drains fantastic with an I-beam floor, but it is not as comfortable as sitting on the drop stitch floor in the Outlaw. The Outlaw was too flexible the first time I took it on the river & I saw on a website the drop stitch floor was rated to 8 lbs. My electric pump only goes to 3 lbs (plenty for my raft, sea eagle & maverick. I had a high pressure hand pump for a inflatable SUP & used it on my last trip to increase the floor pressure up to 5 to 6 lbs. It made a world of difference thru the rapids & it seemed to eliminate any soggy bottom in the boat.
    The Outlaw has some advantages to the Maverick:
    It's half the cost.
    The drop stitch floor is more comfortable to sit on.
    The Outlaw floor helps it turn on a dime & it paddles fast & it's easier to control. The Maverick doesn't steer near as easy.
    The Negatives of the Outlaw:
    The drop stitch floor fits tight and it bails slower. In rapids, It fills with water for 15 to 30 seconds but it always empties out after the rapid. The Maverick never fills up with any water & it appears more expensive & bigger. Bottom Line - For the Price - Outlaw Rocks!

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    (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Just What I was Looking For

    By Grand Pa Rusty

    from Chiang Mai Thailand

    About Me Professional

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Compact
    • Easy Entry & Exit
    • Easy To Lift
    • Easy to Paddle
    • Good Maneuverability
    • Stable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Day Trips
      • Rapids
      • Rivers

      Comments about NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak:

      The flat, rock solid drop stitch floor will make you smile. Turns on a dime and handles as big a drops as you can. Easy to wash out, inflate/deflate, fold and drys fast. The workmanship is the best I have seen in this price range. To see the Outlaw paddled by professional hard shell kayak guide Mae Taeng River Tom in high water action watch the attached video.
      Yesterday I ordered a second Outlaw, the truth is these kayaks should be bought in pairs. Nobody wants to paddle that other thing they used to paddle after they have paddled an Outlaw on Thailands boulder strewn rivers. Retired Idaho River Guide

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      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Excellent value

      By River runner

      from Eugene, Oregon

      About Me Professional

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Compact
      • Easy Entry & Exit
      • Easy To Lift
      • Easy to Paddle
      • Good Maneuverability
      • Stable

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Day Trips
        • Rapids
        • Rivers

        Comments about NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak:

        Excellent boat! Great for anyone that is a casual user not using it every day for class 4 & above WW.

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        • NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak

          Q:

          I purchased the Outlaw 1K and am having trouble steering it on a lake. Is it primarily meant for river kayaking? I would like to do both. Would adding a fin to it help or did I buy the wrong kayak?
          Asked on 7/16/2015 by Marion the novice from Newport TN

          2 answers

          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            In general inflatable kayaks handle better in whitewater, where maneuverability and bailing are valued over speed and tracking. With practice you can learn to paddle an IK in a straight line on flat water. However, a hard bottomed recreational kayak is much faster and easier to use on flat water, like a lake.
            I like to paddle whitewater and on lakes. For good performance and more fun, I have a boat for each. If you want to do both whitewater and lake kayaking with one boat, then the outlaw could work for you. While an IK can be paddled on both (although it's more work and less fun on flat water), a lake kayak cannot be safely paddled on whitewater.
            Another option is a sit-on-top kayak- good for lakes and up to class II whitewater. Much beyond class II and they become "swim-beside" kayaks.
            I don't think I would add a fin to the outlaw (unless maybe you could find a removable fin?). It would work against you in whitewater.
            Good luck!
            Sent from my iPhone

            Answered on 7/16/2015 by Henry from Oregon
          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Marion, the design of the Outlaw kayaks is aimed at river boating. In a river the paddler helps the boat stay in the current and makes relatively small corrections to keep it there. In flat water the paddler does all the work. And the scientific adage, "for ever action there is an equal and opposite reaction" holds true here. To keep a straight path you'll learn to take smaller, more frequent strokes. Go on www.paddling.net for articles and forums aimed at your type of paddling. And yes, a fin can help with tracking; it helps counteract that "opposite reaction." We've put one our Pike Fishing Kayak, Item # 84050.01. Our Fin Plate, # 86104.01, can be put on with Stabond Adhesive, # 38704.01, and the fins are # 86101.02. Give us a call with questions, 800.635.5202.

            Answered on 7/17/2015 by Clyde from NRS
        • NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak

          Q:

          What weight range is this adequate for? Minimum and maximum would be ideal. Looking to handle 155 to 240lb individuals.
          Asked on 6/24/2015 by Shred Jesse from Vancouver WA

          1 answer

          • CUSTOMER CARE

            A:

            Weight capacity can be misleading as boats will still float even under excessive weight. However, it will not perform as well as a properly weighted boat. A full sized adult and gear (50lbs) is easily within the range of proper performance.

            Answered on 6/24/2015 by Kyle from NRS
        • NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak

          Q:

          What makes the drop stitch floor insert different from the traditional i-beam floor construction that I'm used to.
          Asked on 5/25/2015 by evan from yough, pa

          1 answer

          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Evan, drop-stitch construction is quite unique. It allows you to put much higher pressure in the floor and also to make it flat. This article explains how it works - http://www.nrs.com/tech_talk/dropstitch.asp

            Answered on 5/25/2015 by Clyde from NRS
        • NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak

          Q:

          Is the seat movable forward or back?
          Asked on 3/14/2015 by Bob from Clarkston,WA

          1 answer

          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Yes, Bob, you can strap the seat in where you want it.

            Answered on 3/15/2015 by Clyde from NRS
        • NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak

          Q:

          What kind of air pump is needed (high pressure?) and is it included with kayak?
          Thanks
          Asked on 2/21/2015 by Lksdjim. Intermediate with hard shell from Lakeside-marblehead Ohio. Lake Erie

          1 answer

          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            The pump is a separate purchase. The drop-stitch insert need 8-10 psi, so yes you do need a high pressure pump. The K-Pump K-20, Item # 80083.01, is nice in that it has a high volume mode that puts in most of the air, then you easily switch to the high pressure mode. The Wonder Pump HP, # 80015.02, will also do the job.

            Answered on 2/21/2015 by Clyde from NRS
        • NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak

          Q:

          what paddle would you recommend with this kayak?
          Asked on 7/8/2014 by stu from bozeman mt

          2 answers

          • A:

            I just bought the Werner Correyvrecken and it is a great duckie paddle. Big blade and long handle are really hard to find together. The duckie puts you up high compared to normal kayaks, so this "touring" paddle really is the ticket for white water duckies.

            Answered on 7/22/2014 by Steve from Denver
          • CUSTOMER CARE

            A:

            Check out our paddle sizing guide on our website at http://www.nrs.com/inflatables/paddle_sizing_guide.asp

            Answered on 7/8/2014 by Kyle from NRS
        • NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak

          Q:

          What's in a repair kit
          Asked on 6/26/2014 by Russ

          1 answer

          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Russ, it comes with boat material patches and adhesive.

            Answered on 6/27/2014 by Clyde from NRS
        • NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak

          Q:

          Hi, Would it be possible to add a cheetah chair on the rear for an adult and move the thwart forward for a child and use this kayak as a tandem?
          Thanks,
          Asked on 6/11/2014 by Ted from Young Harris, GA

          2 answers

          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Ted, I think you'll find that arrangement too crowded for comfort. I suggest you look at the Outlaw II for you and your child. The two-person model still works well for a single adult, especially if you want to do some overnight excursions.

            Answered on 6/12/2014 by Clyde from NRS
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            Too small. I got the two person. Did the Dolores yesterday. Great for two. Move the seating back with two. Great boat!
            Sent from my iPad

            Answered on 6/11/2014 by Anonymous
        • NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak

          Q:

          Can this boat handle up to Class IV?
          Asked on 5/20/2014 by Brian

          2 answers

          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Brian, add Thigh Straps, Item # 50099.01, and something like the Bandit Thwart, # 81002.0, for a foot brace and it's Class IV worthy, if you are.

            Answered on 5/20/2014 by Clyde from NRS
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            Easily. I bought it for a Bahamas camping trip a few months ago. That's
            not much of a test. But it's wide and stable. Not quite as quick to turn
            as a molded kayak but far more stable. I was on a Desolation Canyon trip
            two years ago, at 35,000 cfs where a friend paddled one through Joe Hutch
            rapid, which is a class IV with very big waves at that flow. No problem.
            That's when I decided to buy one.

            Answered on 5/20/2014 by Anonymous
        • NRS Outlaw I Inflatable Kayak

          Q:

          Regarding setting up foot pegs / foot rest - a "bandit thwart" and "urethane footbraces" have been suggested. What are part numbers for these? thank you!
          Asked on 5/7/2014 by Scott from Lexington, SC

          1 answer

          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Install the MaverIK Foot Braces, Item # 37318.01, with Stabond Adhesive, Item # 38704.01. The straps on the Bandit Thwart, Item # 81002.01, are attached through the floor drain holes.

            Answered on 5/7/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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