Are you a beginner or do you have some experience?
Beginner - I'm totally new to this.
Some experience - I have kayaked or paddled before.
Expert - I can navigate many water conditions, understand paddling technique & how boat design impacts performance.
Are you looking for a 1 or 2 person kayak?
Getting a few measurements will help us match you with the best kayak for comfort and performance.
How tall are you?
5ft - 5’6’’
5'6" - 6'2"
6'3" or taller
What’s your weight?
We split our kayaks into 2 types of kayaks. Which best describes what we are looking for?Which best describes you?
Open cockpit kayaks are easy entry - designed for balance & stability. These boats are made for flatwater and are ideal for beginner to intermediate paddlers.
They have ample legroom and are the best choice if you are bringing a dog or small child.
Our closed cockpit kayaks fit a spray skirt and feature a narrow hull for sleek speed and
effortless maneuverablity. They are built
to handle bigger waters.
These boats are the better choice for navigating waves and current. At 16" x 30" the cockpit can be a squeeze at the knees for people 6'3" and over.
Ok, based on your answers we have narrowed it down to our open cockpit kayaks. They are stable on the
water, easy to get in and out of and offer plenty of room for gear - maybe even a friend! What is most important?
I plan to bring lots of gear
I’m paddling with a small kid
I want to bring a dog
How big is your little paddle buddy?
30lbs - 60lbs
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