If you are looking for a kayak that can offer both comfort and stability without burning a hole in your pocket, look no farther than Emotion Kayak Guster. Made from High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE), Emotion Kayak Guster boasts of great performance under extreme circumstances and long life. Be it a large lake or a slow-moving river, Emotion Kayak Guster can offer unparallel performance. Convenience, comfort, and speed are the three hallmark qualities of Emotion Kayak Guster.
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Emotion Guster Sit-Inside Kayak is a great kayak for senior paddlers and even for the beginners. People with disabilities can have serious fun with this kayak. Handles are included to make it easy for people to transport. Available in bright colors, Emotion Guster Kayak can be spotted from a great distance which will definitely prove handy when things start going south for one reason or another.
|Dimensions||120 x 30 x 14 inches|
|Max Weight Capacity||275 lb.|
The seats are extremely comfortable and thus ideal for all-day paddling. The most amazing aspect of this Emotion Guster Kayak is that it is extremely stable. It comes equipped with a removable hatch cover where you will be able to stow all your kayaking accessories. For a 30″ wide boat, Emotion Guster Kayak is definitely fast.
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The only problem of this kayak is that its rear hatch is not waterproof. Emotion Kayak Guster inspires confidence when things start unraveling in ways that you have not anticipated earlier.
Its hull is made from Polyethylene and because of that the hull is both UV and abrasion-resistant. Its V-Shape design makes it super easy to cut through the water.
- Comfortable Handles
- Adjustable Footbraces
- Lightweight Construction
- Ample Storage space.
- The rear hatch is not waterproof.
- Can’t load too many gears as it can have an adverse impact on its maneuverability.
Arthur G. Moore is a veteran paddler. He has over 10 years of whitewater kayaking experience in his kitty. When he was young, he used to love kayaking in rapid III and rapid IV but as time went on, he decided to concentrate mainly on covering long distances on a standard touring kayak. He is currently working as a senior editor for Kayak Manual.