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Jackson Kayak Antix – In The Wild

Spotted a few days back the new Jackson Kayak Antix out in the wild.

Jackson Kayak Antix

Jackson Kayaks Antix - In The Wild

Jackson Kayaks Antix - In The Wild

Jackson Kayak Antix

Jackson Kayak’s Antix is our first ever playable creeking/river-running kayak. Designed as a river-runner first, the length, volume, and edges are optimized to squirt, be lightweight compared to creek boats, and extremely maneuverable. Paddlers will love this boat on their local runs, replacing the need for a creek boat for many and increasing the fun factor with its playable features.

River-runners of all levels will appreciate these Antix features:

Short, slicey ends allow for squirting, splatting, and down-river fun

Planing hull for great surfing, spinning and stability

Uni-shock bulkhead system and U-Channel track for quick adjustment and to protect paddler and kayak

Available in two sizes – small/medium and medium/large.

The Antix delivers a great experience for beginners, intermediate and advanced kayakers who want to take advantage of river features; technical rapids, downstream play moves and easy paddling.

“This is a boat we have been missing from our lineup since we started in 2004. Like the Hero, it gives people a short, easy to paddle kayak for their local runs, but the Antix adds in some vertical play with the squirt, splat, etc… Fun times ahead,” explained Eric Jackson, Kayak Co-Designer with David Knight/Tony Lee and Jackson Kayak President.

UPDATED SPECS:
WEIGHT: 37 LBS
WIDTH: 25”
LENGTH: 7’7”

Images: Andreas Kasprzok

1 Comment

  1. Jackson Kayak designer Tony Lee played a major role in the design of this kayak and should be included in the design credits!

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