|Length||15’ 9″ (480cm)||17’ 1″ (521cm)||12’6″ (381cm)||15’9″ (480cm)||15’6″ (472cm)|
|Beam||20.5″ (52.1cm)||21″ (53.3cm)||24″ (61cm)||24″ (61cm)||22″ (55.9cm)|
|Weight||26lbs (12kg)||29lbs (13kg)||24lbs (11kg)||28lbs (13kg)||27lbs (12kg)|
|Capacity||190lb (91kg)||240lb (109kg)||250lb (113kg)||280lb (36kg)||220lb (104kg)|
|Level||advanced, specialist||intermediate, advanced||beginner, intermediate, specialist||Beginner, Intermediate||Intermediate, Advanced|
|Best Uses||smaller paddlers, day trips, ocean, lake||touring, ocean kayaking, multi-day trips, large lakes and bays||day trips, rough water, rock gardening, surfing, bays, lakes||day trips, multi-day trips, fishing, general use, ocean, lake||ocean touring, rock gardening|
We use clay pigments that won’t take years off your life like other acid dyes.
Since we hand-mix the powdered pigment into the polyurethane, you can expect some speckles and streaks of color that add to the unique look and character of each boat.
You can control the saturation of color by adding less or more pigment. Less pigment creates translucent boats that allow more light to shine through. More pigment means more saturated color and opaque skin.
Our pigments rotate based on availability and popularity. The options below represent our principle selection, but we might have swapped colors out for new by the time of your workshop or order.
You can customize your color by mixing any number of our six clay pigments. Due to the nature of the pigment, it is best to mix similar colors (e.g. tan/yellow, red/brown, green/gray).