Advanced Elements Unisex Adult StraitEdge Kayak - Yellow,
- Inner tube covers add stiffness and abrasion protection
- Built-in rigid panels define the bow and stern and improve tracking
- Unique outer cover provides durability in a lightweight design
- New Twistlok valves and high flow Spring valves allow for quick setup time
- High support seat provides comfort for hours of paddling
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Advanced Elements self-bailing inflatable kayaks are designed for paddling white water. They typically have quite a bit of rocker to allow quick turning and other maneuvers. The StraitEdge Inflatable Kayak is the first to incorporate an aluminum bow and stern frame to improve tracking in open water conditions. The hull design is similar to a hardshell sit-on-top kayak, yet it can be packed away into its duffel bag and paddled in most remote locations. Whether you are storing it in your closet or the trunk of your car, you can be sure that you are always just a few pumps away from your next adventure. Inner tube covers add stiffness and abrasion protection. Rubber molded handle, bungee deck lacing, paddle holder, mesh pocket, new advanced inflation valves, folding seat, tracking fin, durable fabric cover, 6 air chambers, splash diverter, electronically welded seams, rigid bow and stern, inner tube cover, rip-stop fabric. Measures 295cm length by 90cm width; 136kg max capacity.
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Some people mentioned mold issues. We did not have any, For the most part we used them at least once or twice a week and did not put them back in their bags. We'd tipped them over to drain, wiped them down with a towel and folded them up. Usually just left them in the car/van until the next time we used them. Occasionally we would pump them up and let them air out if we hadn't used them recently.
We also purchased a rechargeable air pump which makes the set up a bit quicker. One of us pumps with the electric pump and the other finishes off the large side chambers with the hand pump. In less then 10 minutes both kayaks are ready to go.
We bought inexpensive paddles with the idea of trying other paddles. I am sure the right paddle would make a difference with speed. Any suggestions from other owners?
My only complaint would be the seat could be better but it isn't a big enough issue to cause us any regrets.