Designed with the larger paddler in mind, the Dagger Mamba 8.6 Creeker is one of the bigger boats available on the market.
In addition to its extreme volume, it features a number of safety features which gave our product review team a moment for pause. Dagger has decided to make sure that getting in and out of the kayak is both easy and secure. There are also specially designed handles to help the paddler.
Despite its size and shape, this kayak follows in the path of the unbelievable Mamba series, giving the user both speed and stability mixed with a bit of comfort.
Tank Style Rotomolded Seating
Adjustable Performance Fit System 2.0
Security grab handles
Safety step out wall
Multi adjustable contoured hip pads
Ratchet adjustable backband
Adjustable bulkhead footbrace with foam padding
Precision adjustable thighbraces
Length: 8′ 6″ / 259 cm
Width: 27.5″ / 70 cm
Deck Height: 15.5″ / 39 cm
Weight: 48 lbs. / 22 kg
Cockpit Length: 34″ / 86 cm
Cockpit Width: 19″ / 48 cm
Paddler Weight: 175-260 lbs / 79-118 kg
Volume: 89 gal / 337 L
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Written by Cliff Steele
Cliff Steele prides himself on having a strong knowledge of kayaks and kayak supplies. He works hand-building kayaks for a variety of clients. Sharing a name with a well-known comic book character, Cliff is known to his friends as "Robotman." Cliff lives in San Diego, California.