How to choose a Kayak
Sit-on-Top: Sit on an open deck, more comfortable for taller or larger paddlers, room to stretch out, easy to get in and out of, great for angling.
Sit-Inside: Sit in a closed cockpit, keeps you warmer and drier, storage for gear in the hull, ideal for paddling longer distances in cooler water.
Recreational: Shorter, wider and more stable, easier to transport, large/spacious cockpits.
Touring: Longer, narrower and faster, thigh and leg braces for better control when edging and turning, more storage options, added comfort for longer adventures.
Pedal Kayaks: Just like riding a bike, pedal forward and reverse with the award-winning PDL Drive System, keeps your hands free for what matters—catching fish.
Paddle Kayaks: Whether fishing, touring or just looking for a traditional on-the-water experience, there is a paddle kayak for every type of adventurer.
Motorized Kayaks: Requires less physical effort, can go longer distances, less vulnerable to currents and wind.
Performance: Designed from the ground-up for fishing, more comfortable and stable, added versatility for mounting accessories and electronics, include multiple propulsion options.
Recreational: The perfect balance of features and affordability, lightweight and easy to transport, designed with sit-inside cockpits to shelter you from the elements.
Every hull, gunwale and seat goes thought the most meticulous and detailed design processes in the watercraft industry, ensuring our legacy of building the best canoes and kayaks continues. And we make sure the adventure never ends by offering a lifetime hull warranty.