A solo version of the Forager which fits right in between the Mule and Forager for size. An excellent option for carrying extra weight, paddling with a dog or kid, and hunting. Despite its large size, the Ranger packs
small and light enough to backpack over moderate distances. It is very capable of up to Class III whitewater so its a great option if you want a bigger self bailer to do more intense rapids!
- 12.4-inch Cargo Hull (classics are 11.7-inch)
- Self bailing floor with paddler seat standard
- Includes carrying handles and multiple tie down points standard
- Cargo Fly standard | XL Dry Bags
While similar to the Explorer 42 in many ways, the hull and tube size of the Ranger are game changers when hauling heavier loads increasing buoyancy and stability in the water and therefore is more whitewater capable when paddled as a single person, even if you’re carrying a big load.
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Exterior Length 112″ 315cm
Exterior Width 40.75″ 109cm
Interior Length 58.75″ 178cm
Interior Width 16″ 46cm
Max Capacity 750lb 453kg
Weight 10.1 – 11.3lb 4.58 – 5.13kg
Packed Size 18×10″ 46x25cm*
*Weight includes all components except inflation bag, repair kit, and internal dry bags for Cargo Fly.
*Max Capacity is the maximum total weight (paddlers and cargo) that the boat can reasonably carry in flatwater under ideal conditions. Actual capacity for any given trip will vary widely based on the paddler’s skill and water conditions. Please review our weight carrying capacity guide for further details.