Submitted: 08-28-2008 by TJ
I purchased the Colorado as a space saving alternative to a rigid hull canoe or kayak.
After completing 25 miles of class I-II rivers this last weekend I am very happy with this boat.
The Colorado is very stable and comfortable for long floats and has enough room for coolers and other gear for two people. I rigged the boat the first time in 10 minutes or less by myself.
The only thing I would improve on is the valves for the floor and seat supports. The valves are the cheap pinch type, if they were boston valves like the main tubes, they would be great.
My primary concern when buying this boat was it's tracking ability. It exceeded my expectations without using the removable skeg. The two molded strakes on the bottom of the hull help keep the boat pointed down river pretty well.
Overall, For the money and price, I am happy with the Sevylor Colorado.