Kokopelli

Hornet-Lite Packraft

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As the lightest Kokopelli packraft, the Hornet-Lite weighs 5.2lbs (2.3kgs) and packs down to the size of a paper towel roll. It is ideal for beginner packrafters, single-day trips, high-alpine lakes, backpacking, flat water, and paddling with dogs. It’s a great addition to any adventure and small enough to store anywhere. 

SPECS

RECOMMENDED WATERWAYS

Lakes, Inlets, Bays, Flat Water

AIR CHAMBERS

1 TOTAL
Main Pontoon

STERN TYPE

Medium Volume

D-RINGS

4 Front/External 1in (2.5cm) Mil-Spec Webbing D-Rings

PACKSIZE

Rolled Size:
12 x 6 in (30 x 15 cm)

WEIGHT

Packraft: 4 lb 7 oz (2.0 kg)
Inflatable Seat: 8 oz (0.23 kg)
Inflation Bag: 3 oz (0.09 kg)
Inflation Tube: 2 oz (0.06 kg)
Compression Straps (Set of 2): 1 oz (0.03 kg) each, 2 oz (0.06 kg) TOTAL
Alpine Lake Paddle: 43 oz (1.22 kg)

LOAD CAPACITY

300lb (136kg)

FABRIC TYPE

Sidewall: 70d TPU-Nylon
Floor: 210d TPU-Nylon

VALVE TYPE

Packraft: Leafield D7
Inflatable Seat: Stem

RECOMMENDED PRESSURE

Packraft: 1.5 PSI
Inflatable Seat: 1.5 PSI

OUTER LENGTH

85.0in (215.9cm)

INNER LENGTH

51.0in (129.5cm)

OUTER WIDTH

37.0in (94.0cm)

INNER WIDTH

15.5in (39.4cm)

FRONT ROCKER

Ground to Bottom:
0in (0cm)
Ground to Top:
17.0in (43.2cm)

REAR ROCKER

Ground to Bottom:
0in (0cm)
Ground to Top:
18.0in (45.7cm)

TUBE DIAMETER

12in (30cm)

INTEGRATES WITH

Alpine Lake Paddle
Animas River Bag
Feather Pump
Emergency Patch Kit
TRiB airCap LF
Delta Deck Pack

IN THE BOX

Hornet-lite
Inflatable Seat
Inflation Bag
Inflation Tube
1in (2.5cm) Mil-Spec Webbing Compression Straps (Set of 2)
Emergency Repair Kit

WARRANTY

Packraft: 3 years

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PB
02/25/2021
Peter B.
Canada Canada
Hornet Lite

I inflated the raft in my living room but won't be using it until ice- off in April. There seemed to be some minor stress points in the fabric but thd raft held air for the inspection time. I am wondering if there is a way to ensure I do not exceed the specified 1.3 psi? I look forward to using the raft this spring.