Zoik Inflatable kayaks??
Posted by: paddlinginoregon on Mar-11-14 10:48 PM (EST) Category: unassigned
I've been looking at getting a tandem inflatable and have come across this boat that looks awesome and versatile for a good price. Was comparing this to the Innova Sunny, and this looks like a better buy but can't find much info online about Zoik or the Zoik Alterego II.
Anybody have experience with these guys?
Deck Rigging Gear
EZ-Dock modular docks
Full Size Sail Rig
Pull-Up Strap Handle Kit
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I don't think you should be comparing |
Posted by: ezwater on Mar-11-14 11:40 PM (EST)
that craft to the Innova Sunny. In purpose and design, that Zoik looks more like certain models in the Aire line.
Of zounds and zoiks!|
Posted by: spiritboat on Mar-12-14 9:54 AM (EST)
No perfect solution|
Posted by: paddlinginoregon on Mar-14-14 11:08 AM (EST)
Thanks for the input. Yeah, probably mostly floating class II-III. But living in Portland makes me want something I could paddle on the willamette river as well with a weak current and occasional wind.
if I were buying the zoik|
Posted by: tdaniel on Mar-12-14 9:30 PM (EST)
I'd keep my flatwater paddling very short in the mileage department and would use it primarily on "float" streams where good current or class II and III exist. I like duckies- I own three- but I like current when I use them. The type of seat/thwart is very important- otherwise you can feel like your doing some kinda of extreme stomach exercises when you paddle. For many, duckies are glorified innertubes- and I consider that a good thing- time to relax and float.