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Inflatable Fun: Hobie Mirage iTrek

Kayak anglers can "grab and go" with Hobie's new lightweight, easily portable Mirage iTrek inflatables for fishing or just fun.

Hobie iTrek

Hobie has a new line of inflatable kayaks called iTrek, which includes fishing, touring, tandem, and even quad-seat models. The series enjoys Hobie's Mirage GT pedal drive in an inflatable package so you can enjoy the unique kick-up flipper fins, dual-control steering system, and Hobie's uber-comfortable seating on watercraft that deflate and pack up small enough to toss in the trunk of a Prius.

See all the Mirage iTrek series models in action:

Mirage iTrek Series | ALL-NEW Inflatable Pedal Kayak Fleet by Hobie

Construction includes drop-stitched hulls with multiple air chambers, and EVA padding. Aired-out adventurers will discover that these craft come with break-down paddles, high-pressure hand pump, an electric air pump, and storage bags.

iTrek Fiesta

The smallest of the iTreks is a 9-foot, 5-inch Ultralight model, but the most unique inflatable in the mix is surely the iTrek Fiesta, a mini party-barge with four seats (two pedal drives come standard but you can upgrade to four), that's 15 feet long and 6 feet, 8 inches on the beam. The total package weight is 105 pounds, but this curious watercraft can hold 1,000 pounds.

Prices range from $2,199 to $4,899 |

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