Category Archives for "Kayak Review"

Sun Dolphin Aruba 10 SS Kayak Review

The KL Industries Sun Dolphin Aruba 10′ SS Sit-in Kayak has made quite an impression on the market. I admit that I have never owned a Sun Dolphin kayak before, but when my best friend talked about this particular kayak, I had to check it out. And I’m so glad I did. Behold I present […]

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The Perception Pescador 12 Review

Perception Sport is a celebrated water performer, and the Pescador 12.0 sit-on-top kayak shows you why! This beautiful innovation is perfect for a day out on the water, with plenty of features that ensure that your experience is enjoyable, one of a kind, and comfortable. Now that I have your attention, it is time to […]

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Wilderness Systems Tarpon 100 Kayak Review

Design Features Material Price If you are looking for a super stable and kayak with a comfortable seat, the Wilderness has developed something exciting for you. The company has come up with the Tarpoon 100 that can replace your age-old fishing boat and surfer.   If you are a beginner, the intuitive features will set you […]

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Pyranha Fusion L River Tour Kayak Review

If you are a person who loves hitting moving waters as well as sheltered waters, then buying two kayaks has always been the only option for you. Not anymore! With the increasing popularity of crossover kayaks, you can now enjoy two fantastic areas of kayaking; white water and touring. The Pyranha Fusion is a top-notch […]

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Coleman Rio Canoe Hunt Fish Kayak Review

Have you ever admired a North American Indian canoe and wished you owned a boat that was similar? I have, and that is why I was super excited when I discovered the Coleman Rio Canoe Hunt Fish. This canoe manages to combine the maneuverability and stability you admire in a quality canoe, with the styling, […]

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Sea Eagle 330 Inflatable Kayak Review

You are exploding from the depths of a whitewater river, with spray on your face and a kick drum beating out of your heart. You then move on to a slow-moving river, where you paddle silently and fish in peace. Where these scenarios were once out of reach for most people, the Sea Eagle 330 […]

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