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Submitted: 08-20-2007 by Roger Jones

We've tested this on Class I and Class II rivers. Handles well in Class II and skims through chop with minimal splash into the cockpit. Needs a splash skirt. Turns on a dime. Tracks very well. My wife thinks it is very stable and not tipsy. I found that due to my size (5'11"-290 lbs) that I consider it pretty tipsy anytime I shifted my knees. It is only rated at 275 lbs but it still was riding higher in the water compared to our other kayaks. Had to constantly roll the hips to maintain stability through the rapids, but overall a good challenge to overcome.

I believe this is a great kayak for the money for river running for Class II or less. Although riding high in the water, I still bottomed on some rocks that our loaded Keowee 2 went over and didn't touch.

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