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Submitted: 07-03-2007 by Jill

This kayak is perfect for a new, 50-something, out-of-shape kayaker like me. The large "cockpit" makes me secure that I will not get stuck in it upside down (a very important issue to those of us who have never kayaked before).
You can balance in this kayak without a problem if you can ride a bike. I fell out once and the kayak did not turn over, although it did take on water while still floating. I could have hung on the side of it for hours if I had needed to await rescue. If you are afraid to fall out of a kayak, don't go kayaking. Always wear a life vest just in case you need it.
My only problem is it has rained a lot here since I got my Loon and I have only gotten to go kayaking three times. I wake up every day wondering if I will get to take my Loon out.

Tracking 10/10
Stability 9/10
Speed -- how would I know, I have nothing to compare it to.
The Loon rocks!

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