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NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak

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10% Off All Accesrrories! Newbies and seasoned IK paddlers alike will love the NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak. Combining rigid, wave-punching performance with a stable, beginner-friendly ride, this tandem boat lets two paddlers team up, or one paddler can load it with gear for overnight adventures.
  • PVC-coated polyester material repels abrasion and slides over rocks with ease.
  • The PVC-coated drop-stitch floor insert inflates rock hard for superior wave-punching performance.
  • 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.
  • 39" width gives you extra stability when the water gets rough.
  • A 16" rocker height helps the Outlaw II climb over waves, while 10.5" tubes and a 4" self-bailing floor provide plenty of flotation.
  • Two inflatable thwart seats secure to drain holes in the floor, allowing you to place them just where you need them.
  • Four stainless steel D-rings allow you to secure water bottles and other gear.
  • Bow and stern handles make the Outlaw II 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: 12' 2"
Width:  39"
Weight: 34 lbs.
Tube Diameter: 10.5"
Number of Thwarts: 2
Bow Kick: 16"
Stern Kick: 16"
Number of Air Chambers: 5
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: 4
Number of Handles: 2
Center Compartment Width: 18"
Repair Kit: Yes
Warranty: 3 Years Retail, 1 Years Commercial

video: NRS Outlaw Inflatable Kayak

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 II Inflatable Kayak

    Q:

    We need a good all-around portable repair kit for this boat to take on wilderness rivers. What do you recommend?
    Asked on 8/15/2014 by Bear

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      you can make one up easily
      1. A 1 foot by 6 inch section of the PVC in the boat color
      2. A medium size tube of vynabond
      3. Several alcohol pads
      4. Glue application brushes
      5. A small wallpaper roller
      Fully deflate the damaged tube. Clean the plastic with the alcohol. Cut patch to fit. Apply vynabond to both boat and patch. Let dry to the touch. Press patch to boat. Roll out air bubbles with roller. Wait at least 1 hour before inflating.
      Good luck

      Answered on 8/21/2014 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      You got repair material with the boat. I'd add: Clifton Urethane Adhesive, # 38700.01, C7 Leafield Valve Repair Kit, # 38520.01, C7 Valve Wrench, # 38519.01 and a roll of Tear-Aid Type B, # 37976.01. MEK, # 38752.01, is the best repair cleaning solvent for PVC, but if you can't pack that, at least bring along some of the single-use alcohol wipes. This should take care of any of your repair issues.

      Answered on 8/15/2014 by Clyde from NRS
  • NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak

    Q:

    i've read many reviews on this product(outlaw II). many people thought you sat in water because the self bailing wasn't working properly. has that problem been ironed out? which kayak is better in white water: outlaw II or aire tributary tomcat II?? thanks for your advice
    Asked on 7/8/2014 by eric from cedar city

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Eric, I haven't encounter that problem with boats with similar self-bailing systems. The floor will assist further to keep you from sitting in water. Both boats will work with in whitewater, check out the "Compare" feature on our website to see the boats side by side.

      Answered on 7/9/2014 by Kyle from NRS
  • NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak

    Q:

    What are the inflation specs for the Outlaw II tubes, thwarts, and floor? What are good thwart locations for a 5'7" front paddler and 6' rear paddler?
    Asked on 6/19/2014 by Stuart

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I inflate the floor to about 3 psi and the floor to about 10 psi. You may need to add or release air when you put in depending on water temperature and air temp changes vs when you inflate on land. I just adjust the thwarts to what is comfortable. I can't really comment on the thwart locations as my boat is now deflated and stored. But I would think you would need to move the rear to the rear about one set of holes.... to accommodate the six foot person.
      Bud
      PA

      Answered on 6/20/2014 by Old man WhiteWater from Lancaster, PA
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Stuart, 2.5 psi for the tubes and thwarts and 8-10 psi for the drop-stitch floor insert. The thwarts are movable, so you'll find the best locations with experimentation. If you'll be paddling in whitewater you'll find that the Thigh Straps, Item # 50099.01, will really help lock you into the boat and increase your stability and control.

      Answered on 6/19/2014 by Clyde from NRS
  • NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak

    Q:

    Does this come with a repair kit, and if not, what kind of kit is recommended.
    Asked on 5/28/2014 by ski bum

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The boat comes with a repair kit. I haven't used it and hope I never need to !
      Bud

      Answered on 5/30/2014 by Old man WhiteWater from Lancaster, PA
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Yes, the Outlaw comes with a basic patch kit of boat material, adhesive and a valve wrench. Especially if you plan multiday trips you might want to consider adding things like a patch roller, C7 valve repair kit or spare valve and some Tear-Aid Type B repair tape.

      Answered on 5/29/2014 by Clyde from NRS
  • NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak

    Q:

    If a fin is installed on the Outlaw to bring stability in flat water, will this cause problems in white water?
    Asked on 5/19/2014 by Rob the Rafter from Spokane, WA

    1 answer

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I find the Outlaw very maneuverable in white water, class 2 and 3, and I personally would not want to give any maneuverability up on the streams I paddle... Adding a fin would reduce maneuverability somewhat, depending on the design of the fin. Have you thought about making it easily removable or maybe retractable? It is self bailing boat so a retractable fin design wouldn't be too difficult and should be workable...
      Bud

      Answered on 5/19/2014 by Old man WhiteWater from Lancaster, PA
  • NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak

    Q:

    Do you sit up on the thrawrts like a raft... or down low like a kayak? Can you add traditional kayak seats?
    Asked on 4/27/2014 by Rob the Rafter from Spokane, WA

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Rob, the thwarts in this boat are intended to be backrests, not seats. They are removable, so you can add seats such as the AIRE Cheetah Chair, that attach through the floor drain holes.

      Answered on 4/28/2014 by Clyde from NRS
  • NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak

    Q:

    Can I use in White Water Level 3 to 4? Is it strong enough?
    Asked on 1/28/2014 by juliosith

    3 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I have used this on the Colorado River in Class III rapids and it did well.
      I have not attempted anything higher. It has taken a few hits in lower
      water but has held up well. Good luck!

      Answered on 1/29/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Hi. I bought one last year but only used it on class 1 or 2. Depending on your skill level, I think it would be fine for class 3 (if pumped up tight) and maybe some class 4. You will get WET using this item, so be prepared for that. -terry in Georgia

      Answered on 1/29/2014 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      You bet, it'll work fine in that level whitewater. You'll want to install thigh straps and foot pegs to give you better control there.

      Answered on 1/28/2014 by Clyde from NRS
  • NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak

    Q:

    Are there attachments for thigh straps and foot bracing in the Outlaw 2? Can the straps and braces be purchased separately from NRS? Also, what are the pros and cons of the more rigid inflatable floor vs. the inflatable tube floors?
    Asked on 9/20/2013 by Huna from Grants Pass, OR

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Huna, It's easy to attach the thigh straps through the drain holes. Inflatable kayak accessories are here - http://www.nrs.com/category/3217/rafting/inflatable-kayak-accessories - You can glue on the MaverIK Foot Braces with Stabond Adhesive, Item # 38704.01, or brace your feet against a thwart. Both types of floors work fine. The benefit of the Outlaw's drop-stitch floor is its rigidity, helping give the boat a stiff, wave punching profile.

      Answered on 9/20/2013 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I can't speak to the thigh straps, but I understand the foot braces are available... (I need to get some for my boat) As to the ridged inflatable floor, I found it better than a inflatable tube floor in a friends. It seem to give you more control with it stiffness, and in my opinion, makes the boat a bit less prone to 'stick' on partially submerged boulders and rocks..... Bud Baril - Leola, PA

      Answered on 9/20/2013 by Old man WhiteWater from Lancaster, PA
  • NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak

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    What is the weight capacity of the NRS Outlaw II kayak?
    Asked on 9/5/2013 by Dave from Madison, WI

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Dave, we don't list weight capacities, but it will carry two good sized adults or one with overnight gear.

      Answered on 9/5/2013 by Clyde from NRS
  • NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak

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    I would like to know how the NRS Outlaw 11 inflatable kayak tracks on flat water.
    Asked on 8/10/2013 by Shifty

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Shifty, it's a river boat so won't track very well in the flats. You can glue on a Fin Replacement Plate, Item # 86104.01. Then you can add any of our SUP Board Fins, Item # 86101.02 for excellent tracking.

      Answered on 8/10/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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5.0

Really Really Great.

By Ramon and Family

from Columbus, GA

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 II Inflatable Kayak:

    Got this because our hometown (Columbus, Ga) recently opened a couple mile stretch of urban white water. Seemed like a crime not to take advantage. Wanted an inflatable two-person kayak to take the kids out (7 and 12 year old). We've never really done anything but canoe so this was a new adventure. During low flow the river is moderately tame white water except for some big drops at the end (which we avoid right now)and the boat is great for that. I think for high flow times when it gets to class III and IV you'd definitely want to use optional thigh straps to help keep you aboard.

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    4.0

    NRS Outlaw II, good boat

    By Cornbread

    from Young Harris, GA

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Can Use As Solo Or Tandem
    • Easy Entry & Exit
    • Not Too Expensive
    • Stable

    Cons

    • Slow

    Best Uses

    • Day Trips
    • Kayak Camping
    • Rapids
    • Rivers

    Comments about NRS Outlaw II Inflatable Kayak:

    This is a nice boat for the money. I bought two of these this summer and have used them with my wife and kids on the lake and some slow to moderate rivers. I am 6' 4", 200lbs so I have also repositioned the thwarts to paddle these boats solo on bigger water. I have paddled the Nantahala (class ii, iii), Cartecay (class ii, III), and the Ocoee (class iii, iV) with this boat set up as a solo. The boat handled all the rapids great and is very stable. My only complaint is that it is, of course, less maneuverable than a shorter boat. I was a bit concerned about how the material would look and feel and if it would be as durable as the more expensive boats. The material is very durable and that did not turn out to be an issue. Overall, this is a good boat for a good price.

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