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Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak

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10% Off All Accesrrories! The Tributary Tomcat Solo is a great entry-level inflatable kayak with high-performance features. Three main air chambers for safety and an inflatable thwart seat for support and comfort. Now with upgraded materials and features.
  • A new more abrasion and tear-resistant PVC outer shell, with welded seams, encloses the rugged vinyl AIREcell inner bladder.
  • Three chamber hull design for safety.
  • Bow and stern covers help shed splash for a drier ride.
  • The inflatable thwart seat provides great back support and can be located where you want it.
  • High-quality Summit II valves make inflation and deflation easy.
  • Self-bailing floor, with mesh drain holes, quickly drains water.
  • The Tomcat is a stable craft for whitewater paddling, but if you do flip there are handles on the underside that make it easy to flip the boat back upright for a quick reentry.
  • 12 pairs of cargo loops for easy attachment of dry bags, thigh straps and other gear and accessories.
  • Sturdy handles at bow and stern for an easy carry.
  • D-rings on bow and stern for attaching gear or tethering to shore.
  • Repair kit included.
  • One-year warranty
Length: 10' 3"
Width:  36"
Weight: 32 lbs.
Tube Diameter: 11.5"
Number of Thwarts: 1
Bow Kick: 15"
Stern Kick: 15"
Number of Air Chambers: 4
Valve Type: Summit II
Self Bailing: Yes
Type of Material: PVC
Weight/Denier of Tube Material: 23/1000
Weight/Denier of Floor Material: 23/1000
Number of D-rings: 2
Number of Handles: 2
Center Compartment Width: 13"
Repair Kit: Yes
Warranty: 1 Years Retail, 1 Years Commercial

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Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak
 
3.0

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5.0

Great Boat for the $

By Jon Wescott

from Lions Bay, BC

About Me Professional

Pros

  • Easy to Paddle
  • Stable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Rivers

    Comments about Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak:

    After reading the previous, negative review and having owned Aire's Tributary rafts for over 10 years, I couldn't wait to purchase a duckie for my kids to prove the reviewer wrong. While I had wanted to get the LV (my kids are smaller), I went w/the regular Tomcat as that was in stock. My 10 y.o. rocked it! We used it on the Lower Salmon where it was a big hit. The review I'm referencing inferred the Tomcat wouldn't be durable and that is far from being an accurate statement. I know from my 10+ years of using two 14' Aire's recreationally (not commercially) that they last and I was right in thinking the Tomcat would be the same. It's a high-quality PVC that showed no affect after 5 days on the water and I'm confident it will last many, many years more. I was a guide when non-bailing duckies (we used Rikens) were first in use. When Riken came out w/their first self-bailer duck, I had a field day paddling it, including the Upper Yough and Upper Gauley. I'm sure the Tomcat will last the years of non-commercial use we'll have it for. My biggest regret is that I didn't get to paddle it on any of the rapids - I was stuck rowing and the kids didn't want to give up the duck. Is it up to a Thrillseeker's specs? No, but that's not how it's advertised nor close to the cost.

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    1.0

    New model made out of cheap material

    By Dottie

    from Laporte, CO

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    Pros

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

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Rapids
      • Rivers

      Comments about Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak:

      I should have gotten the strike, it looks more durable.

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      • No

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      • Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak

        Q:

        I have the AIRE foot braces to install on my new Tomcat Solo. One customer care response says that no glue is needed to install these, but according to the AIRE youtube installation video, you do need to glue the reinforcement patches to the inside panel if the kayak does not already have them. Just wondering what glue is recommended for this?
        Asked on 3/6/2016 by Ali B from Salt Lake City, UT

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      • Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak

        Q:

        What pumps are compatible with this? or that you recommend
        Asked on 3/2/2016 by Rag from Manteca

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        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          As I'm sure you've seen, we offer a variety of pumps, at a range of prices. Really any of the hand pumps will work to inflate the Tomcat. The Wonder Pump 6, Item # 80010.01, combined with the Summit II Valve Adapter, # 38541.01, is an economical choice. I'm a real fan of the K-Pumps; the K-100, # 80072.01, is a compact model that's great to take along with you for pressure adjustments as you paddle. If you'd like to chat about other pump pros-and-cons, give us a call, 800.635.5202.

          Answered on 3/2/2016 by Clyde from NRS
      • Tributary Tomcat Solo Inflatable Kayak

        Q:

        Are foot braces available for this IK? The only ones I see available (37318.01) are for the MaverIK which is Pennel Orca, not PVC.
        Asked on 1/26/2016 by Dom from Tucson, AZ

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          A:

          We do carry the footbraces that AIRE makes for their AIRE and Tributary IKs. These are part number 37316.01. Since AIRE and Tributary IKs use a bladder system, these braces bolt through the outer skin of the tubes and no glue is necessary.

          Answered on 1/26/2016 by Kurtis from NRS
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