We don't publish recommended paddler weights due to differences in physical proportions and paddling experience.
This chart gives you a general idea of the range of paddler sizes each kayak is intended for. The best way to find a kayak that
fits you right is to get in and try it!
Extremely maneuverable – good for leisure trips, river floats, fishing and photography.
Profile: short and wide | Water: calm | Stability: super stable | Fit: spacious
If you want a rock-solid stable kayak with alarge open cockpit this is your kayak.
If you want a recreational kayak with someadditional paddling performance.
All around kayaks – great for short to mid-range touring and skill develpoment.
Profile: medium length and width | Water: calm to medium | Stability: stable | Fit: engaged
If you want a transitional design to be used on mostly flat water.
If you want a rotomolded transitional design that excels in bigger water or waves.
Performance designs – good for all distances, expeditions and skill mastery.
Profile: long and slender | Water: all water – calm to big | Stability: stable yet nimble | Fit: full connected
If you want a stable kayak with some serious capacity, a seat back and a rudder.
If you want a snug-fitting, playful kayak with smooth edging, graceful lines, a day hatch, a back band and a skeg.
If you want a tight-fitting, hard-edging kayak with an old school look, serious rolling ability, a back band and a skeg.
Stylish, snug-fitting hybrid of Greenland and North American hulls with Danish style.
Boats made for unique situations and unique goals.