The Caribou Bikerafting | Ultralight Backcountry Adventure Build Your Caribou Featuring Late Rise Bow Design The Scout Canyoneering | Mountain Lakes | Fast & Light Build Your Scout Now with more capacity and a Cargo Fly Option


The Ultralight Series is all about the essentials. Everything on the Scout and Caribou is carefully thought out to give you only what you need for your adventure, which keeps weight and bulk to an absolute minimum while maintaining our legendary durability. The new Scout has more seating room and can carry more gear with the optional Cargo Fly zipper, but still tips the scales at just 3.25 pounds. Perfect for fastpacking, crossing rivers, canyoneering, and mountain lake fishing. The Caribou is our lightest full size packraft at just 4lbs 12oz and features our Late Rise Bow design and custom tie downs specifically built for bike-rafting and carrying heavy loads on the bow.




$795 - $945

Design9.2" Classic Hull11.7" Classic Hull + Late Rise Bow
Build ConfigurationsOpen (OP)Open (OP)
Cargo FlyCustom Lab OnlyOptional (Dry Bags Sold Separately)
Exterior Length76" | 193cm92-100" | 234-254cm
Exterior Width33" | 84cm38" | 97cm
Interior Length38" | 97cm48.5" | 123cm
Interior Width15" | 38cm14.5" | 37cm
Weight*3.25-3.44lb | 1.47-1.56kg4.8-5.0lb | 2.15-2.27kg
Packed Size**15x5" | 38x13cm17x6" | 43x14cm
Max Capacity***225-275lb | 102-125kg400lb | 181kg
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*Weight includes all components except inflation bag, repair kit, and internal dry bags for Cargo Fly.

**Packed size is a reference measurement based on folding each lengthwise edge of the boat to the center and rolling from the bow. There are many other methods of rolling and folding the boats that will result in a different packed size that may be more or less efficient for packing depending on the situation.

***Max Capacity is the maximum total weight (paddlers and cargo) that the boat can reasonably carry in flatwater under ideal conditions. Actual capacity for any given trip will vary widely based on the paddler’s skill and water conditions. Please review our weight carrying capacity guide for further details.