Aire Force Review

Best Uses: Whitewater, rivers up to class IV Brand: Aire Number of Paddlers: 1 Stats: Length 9’ 6”, Width … [Read More...]


Sea Eagle 385 FastTrack Review

Best Uses: Lakes, ocean bays, mild whitewater (up to class II) Brand: Sea Eagle Number of Paddlers: 1 or … [Read More...]


Aire Super Lynx Review

Best Uses: Day trips, flat water, moderate whitewater, ocean bays, camping, multi-day excursions, families Brand: … [Read More...]



Sea Eagle 380X Review

Best Uses: Whitewater - up to class IV, Lakes, Ocean, Day or Overnight Paddling Trips, Camping Brand: Sea … [Read More...]


Advanced Elements Lagoon 2 Review

Best Uses: Recreation, flat water, calm ocean bay Brand: Advanced Elements Number of Paddlers: 2 Stats: Length … [Read More...]


NRS Outlaw Inflatable Kayak Review

Best Uses: Whitewater up to class IV rapids Brand: NRS Number Of Paddlers 1 Stats: Length: … [Read More...]

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New Innova Swing EX

Innova has a new version of their popular Innova Swing now available called the Innova Swing EX. This is the expedition model.  It's a nice looking decked inflatable kayak that offers all of the advantages of the regular Swing with a few extras. Innova is known for making inflatable kayaks with more environmentally friendly materials. The Swing EX is made with LitePack™ hull treated … [Read More...]


Pros & Cons Of Decked Inflatable Kayaks

There are a few inflatable kayaks that offer the option of a closed-in deck. The decks can offer more protection from the elements. I like the look of these models as I think the kayaks look and feel a little more like a traditional fiberglass kayak. However there are some definite pros and cons to be aware of if you are trying to decide between an open deck inflatable kayak and a decked … [Read More...]