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Submitted: 03-10-2003 by Bonneville

Good rocker helps it spin like any other whitewater boat. By the same token, a wide beam makes it a little more difficult to maintain a vertical stroke and go straight, but a longer paddle will help you with this. That beam and high volume make this a very forgiving boat, and one that'll carry a heavy paddler well in whitewater. It refuses to dive or be buried. Ample scuppers empty it quickly. The adjustable footpegs help you attain that perfect position. I did not find the seat well comfortable (felt like it leaned me back), so I added a seat. The thigh straps came with it. Storage is limited to a 6" port between the knees. The grab loop handles are solid and comfortable. Build quality is average. It's no rodeo boat, but if you want a kayak that inspires confidence in running the frothy stuff and is just plain fun, this is it.
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