I suppose from a business perspective that this makes a lot of sense in a crowded market place in which folks increasingly want the latest, greatest kayak--I know this having just bought a Tiderace Xplore! Still, I hate to see the Pintail especially go out of production. There's not much out there like it and it is a wonderful surf, rock garden, and teaching kayak. I've got one in kevlar that I've been trying (so far unsuccessfully) to sell, but maybe now I'll hang on to it. Who knows, if a few years it may sell at Sothebys for a fortune .
Touring Kayak Paddles
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