Advancedframe Convertible Elite Inflatable Kayak – Easy to Manage

advancedframe convertible elite kayak bruce

“I bought the AdvancedFrame Convertible Elite Kayak earlier this year while recovering from broken ribs thinking it would be weeks before I could use it.

As it turned out, I soon realised it was easy to load and unload from my Subaru Forester and I could manage it even with sore ribs so, as we live in Brisbane, we launched it in the Noosa River for an easy paddle in the beautiful surroundings.

A bit of a lull when I broke my leg snow skiing but almost healed and ready for the Tweed river next week and then a road trip through NSW and Victoria in November.

I could never have managed a rigid kayak with the injuries so this has been a fantastic purchase.

The first picture is from the beautiful Noosa river where we launched it in February.

The picture below shows how easy it was to get from our accommodation to the river, about 300 metres, with the wheels. Remember, I was still recovering from having broken four ribs six weeks earlier.

– Bruce

AdvancedFrame Convertible Elite Inflatable Kayak - Easy to Manage


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