Rated 5 out of 5áby Stmarysgael Life changing for older paddler
Kayaked for 25 years. Started out on 10' sit-on-top and moved to bigger boats exploring everywhere from the Gulf of Mexico, trips around Vancouver Island, and adventures on Lake Powell. Now 70 and somewhat disabled I worried that I would have to give up on my passion for the sport. Then I discovered Point 65 Tequila.
Stable,quick, and safe(if I happened to roll over even I could easily slide back on). It responds like it's part of my body. Light sections so easy to carry and of course easy to transport. Back on the lakes again! Thank you Point 65!
June 19, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby CarolCola Having fun with a Lego style kayak
I tried out a sit-in kayak that a friend owned & decided it was too much hassle to get in & out plus I don't own a truck to tote the thing, soooo I decided on this modular kayak. I love it, Back support is great, easy to put together, the foot wells really help me stay steady & pops into the back of my Highlander, I think this would not work if you wanted to go out in the ocean or rough seas but for me I only go on the river & bay, so it works great. I am thinking of getting one for my husband as well.
September 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby jz5584 Fits in a car
i'm adding this review because I couldn't find it mentioned anywhere while i was researching before buying. i have a lincoln mkz and i was able to fit the two pieces in my car. the back piece went in the trunk with the seats folded down and and the front section went across the back seat, with a few inches sticking out the rear passenger window.
August 27, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5áby marlene1 kayak solution for those who can't lift a kayak
I never bought a kayak because I have a bad shoulder and could not lift one over my head onto a roof rack and the gadgets that can roll a kayak onto the car were very expensive. This one breaks down into 2 pieces that can be easily placed into the back of my Subaru Forester so it solved the transportation problem. Admittedly it is not a sleek, fast craft but serves my purpose of going out in calm water for an hour or two. Once you figure out the ratcheting system that hold it together you can put it together and take it apart in about a minute. Great invention!
July 1, 2015