For Frequent Paddlers
The Good: Well priced, heavy-duty construction, paddles like a regular kayak
The Bad: Carrying case has no backpack or shoulder straps
The Bottom Line: The next-best thing to a hard-shell kayak for travel junkies and those short on space
One of the few disadvantages of being an even moderately active gear head is, well, all the gear. It only takes a few pastimes—say, snowboarding, backpacking, and maybe mountain biking—to transform any garage into a YMCA stock room-style nightmare. And if you're a twentysomething living in a studio, forget stowing big-footprint items like a kayak.
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