question about this boat. For the foot rest. Does it just come with foam blocks? or do some people not use anything. Silly question I know, but never had this type of kayak.
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Posted by: desertdave on Nov-20-12 3:03 PM (EST)
it comes with foam blocks and shims to adjust to fit.
Or, get Jackson Happy Feet|
Posted by: Kocho on Nov-20-12 5:54 PM (EST)
Posted by: bonnoughj on Nov-20-12 6:13 PM (EST)
I have a Liquid logic xp 10 now. I'm going to be taking a kayak class this winter, and I want to start doing some white water trips with the club. I see a few of them based on the photos have this type of boat. Looks like fun, but I have never been in one like this. I'm not going to be anything until the class starts and they can point me in the right direction.
White water boat outfitting|
Posted by: Dr_Disco on Nov-20-12 9:23 PM (EST)
Most WW boats come with some kind of outfitting but the expectation of boaters is that you will have to modify it, replace it, tweak it to suit you. Boats like the XP10 come with decent outfitting to start with but even then need some adjustment and/or modification. So don't be afraid to experiment and do some internet searches about outfitting. In the end you will be much happier in your boat and safer besides.
Posted by: gibsonra on Nov-22-12 8:02 AM (EST)
It comes with foam blocks and they are layers so you can adjust the size and fit. They are angled perfectly for comfort. I put the first one in with sticky velcro and then the other two stacked to the first with sticky velcro. That way the size could be changed when swapping it with my son. You could easily glue them also. I have used it without anything to hold them but feared I would lose them in a bad swim. NICE BOAT!!
Posted by: bonnoughj on Nov-22-12 11:40 AM (EST)
thanks for the info..