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Old 04-02-2004   #11
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he should try an H2 255...very room at our size. stable and a very good learning boat...CKS uses them for some classes.

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Old 04-02-2004   #12
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try the honcho

Your pal should also think about the dagger honcho. it is a good boat for a beginner, probably more forgiving than the Super EZ, and he would probably be able to resell it later as well, although it might not have the same resale value as the EZ.

Should be able to find them used as well.

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Old 04-30-2004   #13
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Hi...I saw this post and had to say I just got a Pyranha H3 255 and it is AWESOME!! I am 6' 3" 217lbs size 12 shoe and I couldn't ask for more room or a better fit. I can stretch out and cruise, or get tight in the thigh braces and have complete control. I read about 10-15 reviews on it and everyone was at least overall 8 out of 10. I would give it a 10 out of 10, as most did. Cheack out for reviews and spec's. I found it a great site with alot of good info. Hope that help's.
Cheers and happy paddling this season

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Old 04-30-2004   #14
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The H3 is a *great* boat and comfy. Good for old school play, too - you'll see grab loop.
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Old 04-30-2004   #15
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A friend of mine is 6-9 with monster feet and weighing in around 250. He paddles a Z that he has modified the bulkhead a bit and moved the seat back. it would be a great boat to start in, it is fairly forgiving but also a great boat on a wave and learning entry level moves. He manages to use the boat to run class 4 and also has the capability of throughing it around a bit due to his size. good luck
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Old 04-30-2004   #16
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big guys

I put a buddy who's 6'7" into a I3 223 last year and he's loving it. He also tried the Dagger Juice 7.1 the other night & fit well in there as well. Both are good river runners with a good bit of play to them as well, especially if you've got the weight to move it around.

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