Advanced Elements Kayak Comparison Chart

Below is a comparison chart for all of the Advanced Elements inflatable kayaks and inflatable canoes.

Please click the individual inflatable kayak model name to read the full review.

Model Solo / Tandem Best Uses Length Width Weight Load Capacity Price Range Review
Firefly solo flat water, beginners, travel 7’ 10” 35″ 16 lbs. 250 lbs. $0 – $500 Read Review
AdvancedFrame Sport solo lakes, mild rivers, bays, estuaries, travel 10′ 5″ 32″ 26 lbs. 250 lbs. $0 – $500 Read Review
Lagoon 1 solo lakes, mild rivers, bays, estuaries, travel 8′ 4″ 34″ 23 lbs. 250 lbs. $0 – $500 Read Review
AdvancedFrame solo lakes, mild rivers, ocean, camping 10′ 5″ 32″ 36 lbs. 300 lbs. $500 – $1000 Read Review
AdvancedFrame Expedition solo lakes, ocean, mild rivers 13′ 32″ 42 lbs. 450 lbs. $500 – $1000 Read Review
StraitEdge solo rivers, ocean, day trips, camping 9′ 8″ 35″ 34 lbs. 300 lbs. $500 – $1000 Read Review
Air Fusion solo lakes, mild rivers, bays, estuaries 13′ 25″ 32 lbs. 235 lbs. $500 – $1000 Read Review
Lagoon 2 tandem lakes, calm ocean, mild rivers, travel 12 35″ 35 lbs. 350 lbs. $500 – $1000 Read Review
AdvancedFrame Convertible tandem lakes, mild rivers, ocean, families 15′ 32″ 56 lbs. 550 lbs. $500 – $1000 Read Review
StraitEdge 2 tandem rivers, ocean, lakes, day trips, families 13′ 45″ 47 lbs. 500 lbs. $500 – $1000 Read Review

 

Comments

  1. Fanch Ledan says:

    I have the tandem inflatable kayak and the valve from the inner tube is popping out and that deflated the tube of course
    and it does seem to be reparable. Even so i will now be concerned before going at sea.Let me know if that inner tube is
    replacable and at what cost

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