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Old 07-23-2016, 03:39 PM   #61
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Received our inflatable kayaks. Just need to add water!

Folded up, they fit great in the basement! First trip with them in 3 weeks when we head out to the Dakotas.


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Received our inflatable kayaks. Just need to add water!

Folded up, they fit great in the basement! First trip with them in 3 weeks when we head out to the Dakotas.
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How long inflated? What is the bottom like? Can you go over small rocks without damage?

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Folded up, they fit great in the basement! First trip with them in 3 weeks when we head out to the Dakotas.


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My wife and I have Sea Eagle inflatables that we carry along with inflatable paddle boards (Isle). The kayaks are rated for class 3 rapids. They are a little bulky, but are great. Purchased from Amazon, link below.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001ASRVDK..._AebLxbZYVPPFH
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How long inflated? What is the bottom like? Can you go over small rocks without damage?

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Only takes 10 minutes to inflate with the foot pump. The bottom is the same heavy fabric. Seems durable. They are Class IV rated so should take some rocks. I don't expect to do much whitewater tho. Mostly just the DW and I paddling around whatever lake or beach we are parked near. Reviews were all very positive. Can't wait to try them.


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