Hot Seat

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$33.95 - $41.95

Product Overview

The Hot Sea Kayak Seat Cushion from Surf to Summit encourages a slightly forward posture to help the paddler better engage and utilize a thigh brace. The thermal-molded foam construction provides great comfort and support for your seat bones. Goes together great with the Sonic Back Band.

Attention sea kayak and whitewater kayak owners! No more hassles with sandpaper, glue or block foam. The Hot Seat attaches by simply peeling off the backing and permanently securing it exactly where you want it (be sure to identify the position you want before attaching).

Three Styles
Choose from thee great styles: Grande (Gray), a longer and wider seat for large paddlers; Spicy (Black) made a little bit firmer for serious whitewater kayakers; andMild (Indigo Blue) made softer for calm water touring kayaks.

Weight 0.6 lbs
Shipping Weight 1.0 lb
-Mild or Spicy 13.75" from side to side, 12" front to back
-Grande (Gray) 16" from side to side, 14" front to back
Thickness 1.25" taken from edge of seat
Three Styles Choose from Mild (Blue), Spicy (Black) and Grande (Gray)
Fast Shipping Normally Ships in 0 to 2 Business Days
Features Benefits
Molded Compressed molded foam construction for long-lasting durability
Affixes Easily Peel off backing with adhesive makes it easy to affix to your kayak
Added Traction Tough high grip surface on seat top
Made in USA Guaranteed Workmanship and Performance


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  • 4
    Perfect fit for the Dagger Zydeco 2007

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 19th 2016

    The product arrived quickly, packaged well. The seat was a perfect fit for my 2007 Dagger Zydeco ----- after I lost the seat to my kayak, I was surprised to see how hard it was to find another one with similar dimensions. The seat glued on easily (no messy glue job required) and stayed in place. I used it yesterday in Class II rapids and it stayed in place despite big waves coming on board throughout the day (forgot to use a skirt on the boat). Just be sure to get it in place the first time --- sit on it, with paddles, to make sure it is positioned correctly.