AdvancedFrame Expedition Kayak Review

advancedframe expedition kayak review stuart

One of the great things about selling the Advanced Elements range of inflatable kayaks is getting awesome feedback from my customers.

Check out this AdvancedFrame Expedition Kayak Review from Stuart:

Hi Emily,

Just a quick email to say thank you for your professional recommendations to assist me in choosing the best inflatable kayak for my needs and also for your excellent after sales service helping to sort out the courier deliver problems that were of no fault of yours.

I have had the AdvancedFrame Expedition kayak out on beautiful Port Stephens waters a couple of times now and it is everything I hoped it would be.  Being a novice I find the craft to be very stable allowing me to concentrate on the correct paddling style.

The kayak fits my 6 foot 3 inch frame perfectly and its ease of setup and take down makes this a winner for my needs.

As promised here is a shot of the Kayak with me in “action”.

Yours Naturally, Stuart.

The AdvancedFrame Expedition kayak was a wonderful fit for Stuart, but it’s not necessarily the right kayak for you. 

But don’t worry – it only takes a minute for you to find out which inflatable kayak IS best for you!

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