If you’re still not sure which kayak is right for you, you can request a personalised kayak recommendation.
AirFusion EVO Kayak
At only 14.5kg, the AirFusion EVO kayak is amazingly light for a 4m sea kayak.
Packs up into a bag with backpack straps so you can take it anywhere!
Super-tough drop-stitch side chambers
Durable triple-layer PU tarpaulin hull
The seat (included) has a stiff, high back, which gives you excellent support, IF you get the angle right.
The seat includes an inflatable bum cushion, which gives you some nice lift off the floor of the kayak. I’ve found this lift takes the pressure off the hamstrings and lower back.
The front thwart acts as a foot brace, which adds to your comfort by supporting your lower back as you paddle.
Suitable for Open-Ocean
The AirFusion EVO kayak has inflatable coaming around the cockpit, so you can put on a spray skirt to stay warm and dry in cold conditions.
AdvancedFrame Sport Kayak
Packs up into a bag about the size of a small suitcase and weighs only 11.8kg…
Easy to travel with, easy to store and (most importantly), easy to carry down to the water.
Let’s be clear – the AdvancedFrame Sport kayak is a lightweight inflatable kayak, but it is NOT a pool toy!
Comfortable and Stable – Great for relaxing and for beginners
Easy to paddle straight – Thanks to the patented aluminium rib-frame design
AdvancedFrame Sport Elite Kayak with Pump
Lightweight at only 13kg.
Detachable, padded backpack straps included.
Packs up to 76cm x 43cm x 20cm – like a small suitcase.
Let’s be clear – the AdvancedFrame Sport Elite kayak is a lightweight inflatable kayak, but it is NOT a pool toy!
Advanced Elements have crafted a puncture-resistant inflatable that won’t let you down.
Comfortable with the inflatable lumbar cushion in the seat supporting your back, you can paddle for hours.
Glides straight and cuts through chop with the patented AdvancedFrame design – no waggling when you paddle.
Built in fin to help you paddle straight.
At only 10kg, the Lagoon 1 is extremely easy to carry down to the water.
At only 13cm deep when folded, it’s very compact – great for travellers.
The Lagoon1 kayak is very stable, and you are surrounded by an inner tube, so you feel very secure.
This makes it great for beginners, taking tiny dogs and kids, and fishing.
It also means you can relax whilst you are paddling!
StraitEdge Inflatable Kayak
The StraitEdge kayak is made of PVC Tarpaulin Hull and Tube Covers
The seat (included) clips in high on the side tubes, so it gives you good lower back support.
Watch this video – you need to get the angle right.
You are sitting on a soft floor, which is nice under the bum.
The front thwart acts as a foot brace – you adjust the straps of the seat to get the right leg length for the thwart.
Note that if you need more than lower back support, our other kayaks have high-backed seats.
The StraitEdge Inlatable Kayak’s Aluminum Rib Frame Design helps cut through chop on coastal water.
You can close the self-bailing ports down the sides if you are in flat water or cold water and want to stay dry.
You can open the self-bailing ports down the sides to allow the kayak to drain if you are in mild whitewater (up to class III) or out in the open ocean.
StraitEdge2 Pro Kayak
The side tubes are made from PVC tarpaulin. This is an ultra-thick, triple layer material that is very difficult to puncture.
The floor is made from high-quality drop-stitch. Extremely durable and rigid – gives you great performance on the water.
The StraitEdge2 Pro’s Aluminum Rib Frame Design helps cut through chop on coastal water.
“We bought our first Adventure Elements inflatable kayak in 2008 – and we are still using it, with no problems – everything is as we bought it! We bought a second one a year later, which we gave away as a gift a few years after that (now slightly regretting our generosity). We have bought the new Sport kayak to give us flexibility as we travel around Australia, replacing a plastic roof top canoe. So far, only used twice but are completely rapt again.“
The StraitEdge (solo) and StraitEdge2 Pro (tandem) kayaks both have rod holders included. The StraitEdge Angler Pro (solo) kayak does not have rod holders, it comes with 2 accessory frames that allow you to mount your own rod holders.