Aire tributary rafts?

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  1. jcalderon

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    I was at swiftwater sports today looking at rafts and I was reccomended the AIRE tributary series. I am wondering what others' experiences have been. This will be my first raft and I am considering this raft, or an NRS otter.... The otter is hypalon while the aire boat is pvc with urathane bladders..... The price difference is about 1100 dollars.
     
  2. shawn k

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    The tributary rafts are great boats. you cant go wrong with one.
     
  3. Stonefish

    Stonefish Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater

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    That will be a good boat. I run a 143D series. I've never had any problems with it.
     
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    Hypalon is a superior material, and a lot more expensive - like on the scale of two fold in Asia.

    PVC is also really heinous environmental - pretty much from cradle to grave.
     
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    I have two Aire Boats , an original Wildcat and an Ocelot. Aire makes great boats!
     

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