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Submitted: 08-10-2013 by A.Griffin
I recently sold my Remix XP10 to buy a Remix XP9 as I felt the kayak was to big and didn't suit my weight. When buying your Remix xp9/10 always check the weight guide lines on the website, these are very important as they are there for a reason.
The Remix XP9 suits a paddler about 5-6 foot tall (no more) and about 45-100kg weight, the Remix XP9 is about 9.2 foot long and is very comfortable kayak, but the back rest cannot be put up when using a neoprene slash deck. Both the Remix xp 9/10 track well in flats but plows through the water and is quiet hard to keep at speed.
When the Remix XPs get into white water they are deadly, the handling and control is awesome and they are also very easy to roll. The back compartment is large for a kayak and you would be surprised what you would fit in there, but saying that you will pay on the flats due to the extra weight.
The XPs are extremely stable!! and the straps on the front and back are very handy for fishing. This kayak is excellent for a beginners and well experienced kayaker, this boat is also ideal for an instructors as it is very stable and has a medical kit behind the seat and a large cock pit for quick entry and exit. This is an all round superb kayak as its great for touring, fishing, flats (if you take your time) and most importantly whitewater.
These kayaks are expensive but a good investment as the keep there value even with wear and tear, second-hand you could pick them up at about 500 euro with some gear.
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