Old Town Heron 9
Compact, stable and easy to paddle, this little kayak has a comfortably large cockpit that is easy to get in and out of. It has footbraces for control, a comfortable seat, and a cup holder. It's perfect for beginning paddlers who just want to get out on the water and have fun!
Weight: 37 lbs
Capacity: 300 lbs
Cockpit size: 40" x 19"
Riot Quest 9.5
Affordable, stable, roomy and easy to use kayak that is great for kicking around on the lake. The grooves on the hull help it track straight but the short length makes it simple to maneuver and easy to get up and down off your vehicle. There is a sealed bulkhead for safety, a stern hatch, deck bungee system, and a flushmount rod holder. Two drainplugs make for easy draining.
The Quest series kayaks are known for their durability so they are a great choice for the whole family.
9'6" / 290 cm
27" / 70 cm
40"x 21" / 99 x 50cm
37.2 lbs / 17.8 kg
300 lbs / 136 kg
Current Designs Solara
Need one boat for the whole family? Kids and full sized adults can paddle this kayak - it's stable, easy to get into, and small enough that a child can paddle it. It's great for having at the lake or taking out on the pond for a little paddle, and it's so durable you can drag it over the rocks without hurting it. It's widest behind the cockpit (Swede form) which means it has a narrow bow to punch through waves and the boat handles very responsively.
The seat is adjustable and the cockpit very large and easy to get into. There are bungees on either side of the cockpit to stow your paddle so your hands are free (to take photos, fish, have some snacks...).
Length: 12' (365.8 cm)
Width: 28.00" (71.12cm)
Depth: 13" (33 cm)
Weight: 59lbs (26.8 kg)
Construction: rotomolded polyethylene
Cockpit size: 45.50" (115.57cm) x 20.00" (50.8cm)
Bow hatch: 10.00" (25.4cm) x 10.00" (25.4cm), volume: 13.00Gal. (49.14L)
Stern hatch: 16.5" (41.9 cm) x 11" (27.9 cm), volume 18gal. (68 L)
Riot Edge 14.5 (Poly, Rudder)
The Edge 14.5 has enough length and chine to track well yet maintain a versatile maneoverability. It's got a slim bow and a low deck profile so it feels sleek and agile and doesn't blow too much in a cross wind. This model has a rudder, two sealed bulkheads, and a bow and stern hatch so you can head out for a day on the lake or even a weekend retreat.
14'6" / 443 cm
21.6" / 55 cm
36.5" x 19.5"
93 x 50 cm
60.9 lbs / 27.6 kg
325 lbs / 147 kg
Current Designs Vision 150 (Poly, Rudder)
The Vision 150 roto is a great option for those looking for a bigger transitional kayak, with the advantages of rotomolded construction. Heavy duty and able to take a beating, this boat will hold its own in high winds or waves.
The Vision 150 roto is sized large enough to fit any of your family and friends comfortably when they come over to play in your new kayak. All members of the Vision family have a generously sized keyhole cockpit that allows for easy entry and exit, as well as ample foot room and large storage capacity. They also feature lower faceted decks that have minimal wind exposure making for an enjoyable in-control paddling experience. These features coupled with the confidence inspiring 24” beam allow the Vision 150 paddler to experience a true kayak fit and feel while developing a myriad of skills at their own pace.
This kayak features the Revolution Seating System (rotating axis controlled by a lever-lock system to adjust the angle of seat bottom) and the Dimension Adjustable Seat Back (a fully articulating and height/angle adjustable back rest). The Vision 150 is designed with thigh braces, a bow hatch/bulkhead, a stern hatch/bulkhead and a rudder to increase directional control.
15' / 4.57 m
24" / 61 cm
12" / 30.5 cm
17.2" x 35.2" / 43.7 x 89.4 cm
10" / 25.4 cm
14 Gal / 52.9 L
11" x 16.5" / 27.9 x 41.9 cm
24 Gal / 90.7 L
60 lbs / 27.3 kg
375 lbs / 170.5 kg
The Vision 150 is a transitional kayak, meaning it is stable enough for beginners and encourages development. These kayaks bridge the gap between recreational and touring kayaks -- the perfect step for paddlers looking to transition from a recreational kayak or seasoned paddlers looking for a day tripping kayak.
Swede Form: Widest behind the cockpit, Swede form has a cleaner, longer, and more slender entry, giving efficient touring speeds and maneuverability. In shorter lengths these kayaks are very responsive. Longer kayaks with this feature have amazing acceleration and track well. Because of the narrow bow they may punch through a steep wave, rather than ride over it.
Soft Chine: A smooth transition from the bottom of the hull to the sides. Soft chines give smooth edging at unlimited angles. The majority of kayaks that we build have a soft chine.
Shallow V: The “V” shape improves tracking, has a lively feel and delivers very comfortable stability.
Keyhole Cockpit: A keyhole cockpit blends the openness of a recreational cockpit and the integrated thigh braces of a touring cockpit. The result is an easy to enter and exit cockpit that offers performance, fit, and solid connectivity to the kayak.