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Sevylor Colorado 2 Person Kayak

by Sevylor

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  • Adjustable inflatable seats
  • Durable Nylon covered hull
  • Wide shape for extra stability
  • PVC coated reinforced fabric bottom for stiffness
  • Removable air chambers for convenience
  • Double I-beam floor in heavy duty PVC
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  • Manufacturer reference: 1490_Colorado 2 Person Kayak
  • ASIN: B005GUNN0S
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 20 Feb 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 51,844 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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This kayak line combines the stability, manoeuvrability and sea worthiness of a kayak with comfort looks and styling of a traditional North American Canoe. The raised bow and stern of the Colorado™, coupled with a double I-beam floor construction make these kayaks rugged and rigid - ideally suited for river travelling, fishing and sea discovery outings. The stability of the wide shape, together with the open style makes this a great range for beginners, and directional strakes with removable fin ensures easy tracking and manoeuvrability. Weight - 16.4kg. Pack size - 76cmx46cmx25cm. Inflated dimensions - 300cm x 94cm.

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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By buttons on 23 July 2010
Colour Name: Blue
bought this on a recent family trip to the lakes. I already had a Sevylor Canyon, and while that is also very good value for money, you can really see where the extra £100 or so has gone. It seems very robust, is very easy to maneuver and is stable - even with an excited 9 year old jumping about. I agree that that the floor valve is a pain.

That said, still delighted with it.
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59 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Rix on 26 July 2010
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I really don't understand how they can make this fantastic little boat at such a reasonable price!
Having called it a 'little boat' I should add that it is, in fact, pretty big! It can easily carry two adults and quite a bit of extra luggage, camping gear, or whatever and is broad enough to be very stable.
The material gives the impression of being very robust and I'm sure it will be able to withstand quite a lot of knocks and scraping. I've used it in rivers and in the sea and it's always functioned perfectly. We didn't experience the stearing problems others have mentioned... dare I suggest you may need a little more practice?
My only small criticism - and it's not enough to prevent me from giving it five stars - is the fact that Boston valves are not used throughout. Other people have mentioned this. I am concerned that the beach-ball-type valve in the centre air compartment is not really up to the standard of the rest of the boat.
Having said that, it's a great boat at a great price.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Denis Mc Carthy on 11 Mar 2012
I have had used one of these for the last number of years now and think it is great value for money.
I have used it on river lake and sea, it has been dragged over rapids, gravel and rocks and is very robust.
It handles small rapids and waves quite well but it does catch the wind so i would not recommend using it on the sea except on the calmest of days. It is much more stable than a traditional kayak, i have yet to capsize it.
After 3 years it still hasn't any leaks though the one-way valve at the bottom doesn't stop leaks when you pull the pump out.
This kayak can be paddled by 2 people or solo and there is room for tents , picnics etc.
The kayak rolls up into a small rucksack for storage which was a big factor for me as i don't have a lot of storage space.
It is important to dry the kayak before storing if you don't want mildew and mould growing on it.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Catsunstein on 1 July 2013
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Ok, so proper kayakers get sniffy about inflatable boats. They don't track through the water as quickly as a rigid, and are probably unsuitable for coastal kayaking as they ride the waves rather than slice through them. That said, I run an adventure tourism business at a stunning lake in Montenegro, and can't praise my fleet of Colorados enough.

The newest versions now have Boston valves for the floor chamber. They inflate in 5 minutes, and if kept inflated at 80% (air expands when warm, so don't leave them out in the sun fully pumped) can be left like that all summer long and only need a quick blast each to reach operating pressure. I use Sevylor boats because they are super-stable - they can't be capsized, they can't be rolled (very important when coaching beginners, especially young kids), they are - by a distance - the most comfortable kayaks I've ever sat in, I can put five on the roof of my Landrover single-handed, I can transport them anywhere, take plenty of gear with me and unlike the majority of other boats they are a cinch to get back into if you've jumped overboard to have a swim. You may have noticed they are also outstanding value for money, at half the price of an equivalent sit-on-top. In five years of using them I've never had one puncture. The only weak points are that the bags behind the seats - use them regularly to hold water bottles etc and the fastenings start to fray. It's also worth noting that a few years of heavy use makes them look a bit...well...used, and the floor chambers, it they get distorted, are a little pricey to replace (£60).

In short, though, if you're new to paddling and need an inexpensive, ultra-portable boat, there is none better.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By elecrob on 15 May 2011
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Having used the 'Sevylor Canyon', I found the 'Colorado' to be far sturdier in it's make up. Not only is the body of the canoe itself more robust, the seating offers more comfort when in use. There is the resistance in place by having an already rigid back to the seat rather than having to inflate this as on the 'Canyon', which to be honest still didn't give the same end result. The sides of the canoe are far more rigid than the sides on the 'Canyon' and there are useful bags for equipment.
We took ours to the Lake district for it's first set of outings as we didn't want to have our canadian canoe on the roof bars eating petrol for 250miles and found that it served itself very well indeed. We are definitely most impressed with it and have recommended it to friends of ours for taking on their camping trips to Europe.
We use an electric air bed pump to inflate it part way, mindful of the instructions not to use compressed air, then finish the last third off with a foot pump. Found this to be the ideal balance between spending too long inflating it, but being careful to ensure the correct 'bar'. Hope that helps!
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