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Belly Boat Guideline Drifter Evolution with Oars

Belly Boat Guideline Drifter Evolution with Oars Belly Boat Guideline Drifter Evolution with Oars
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Buy: Belly Boat Guideline Drifter Evolution with Oars
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Code: GL73026 Unit price: 489,9 EUR Stock: 1 pcs Shipping: promptly -+

Drifter Evolution has oars and comes in a handy bag that carry all. Belly boat is fun and gets you closer to the fish!

The Drifter Evolution is equipped with a set of strong, removable aluminum oars, fixed to a strong oar holder that can be folded down to lock in place along the side of the pontoon. The addition of oars on this craft means extra safety and added power of transport in heavy winds or currents. It does NOT substitute the need for fins, as it still is built on the same “Kick-boat” size pontoons as our normal Drifter.

The Drifter has floatation devices in both the seat and the backrest which gives good security, small pack volume and great comfort while fishing. In addition, each of the two bladders have double air compartments for floatation and extra safety. The front of the boat has a mesh bottom that acts as a storage area for extra gear carried in a waterproof bag and there are several D-rings, straps and double storage pockets on each side to keep essential tackle close to hand.

The Drifter comes with the bladders mounted and ready for use. It has a smart pocket configuration, Velcro rod holders, larger line apron with Velcro fastening, metal D-rings, non slip fabric on seat edge and a grey/hot red/black color combination.

Weight: 11 kg.

Max loading capacity: 140 kg.


  • Width: 120 cm.
  • Length: 140 cm.
  • Height: 35 cm (pontoons), 45 cm (at the prow) & 60 cm with back rest raised.


When you pump up your Drifter for the first time, the pontoons have a tendency to twist. Take it a little carefully and make sure that the valves are centered in each hole. Do not fill valve 1 to max and then valve 2 to max. Valve 1, which is the middle security chamber, fill it so it is firm but not hard. Most of the air is pumped into valve 2, which is the main main chamber. Do not fill the float ring with more air than you can easily push your finger about 1 cm down into the pontoon. When it is warm outside, the air expands and makes the pontoons considerably harder. If you forget your float on land in the sun, the pontoons can explode. Empty your float on at least half of the air if you store it outdoors in the sun and heat.

When it is warm and sunny, the air within the tube expand. If you misplace the pontoon in the sun or store it in a warm place the tubes might explode. When You store it inflated, make sure that you have no more than half of the needed air in it.

Producer: Guideline
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