Want to know how to choose a kayak based on activity? This article will go through the features you need to look for if you want to take your dog paddling, go kayak fishing, travel with your kayak, paddle with small children, go kayaking from your boat, or just paddle!
Want to know how to choose a kayak based on the length of your physicality? This article explains what to look for based on your age, your strength, your flexibility, your back health, your height, your weight and your level of paddling experience.
Want to know how to choose a kayak based on water type? This article explores rocker, bow and stern shape, and wet vs dry options for whitewater, flat water and open ocean.
Comparing the AdvancedFrame kayaks – now these three kayaks kind of look very similar. I mean, they’re obviously different colours, but they’re the same length, they’re the same width, and the design looks pretty well the same. So why did the Advanced Elements create three different kayaks?
Inflatable kayaks are portable, comfortable, lightweight and inexpensive… but let’s address the most important question of all – are inflatable kayaks safe? Before we get into the detail, I should point out that paddle sports can be dangerous no matter what kind of watercraft you are in. In fact, if we are getting philosophical, LIFE is dangerous.
So you’re looking for a lightweight and portable kayak, but you’re wondering, are inflatable kayaks any good? Inflatable kayaks cop a lot of flak and quite frankly, I’m sick of it. Because, like everything in life, you get what you pay for. If you only want to spend $200, then your inflatable kayak will not be any good.