Join Date: Oct 2003
Biscuits are hot and out of the oven plus real life sizing info.
Liquid Logic Biscuits are in. Below is some basic sizing feedback from 5 real paddlers who sat in them today. This is out of the "bag" sizing: seats centered and with the Cone of Comfort (paddling thin foam bow cone) left in (but no foot blocks) There are 3 sizes in the Biscuit. 45, 55 and 65
Paddler # 1
I'm 6"2' 34” inseam 11 feet men’s, 200 lbs.
I felt fine in the 55. Could sit in it for an hour or 2 no prob. No foam block for feet. Just empty. Need Rodeo socks though. No booties.
The 65 felt super comfy. Tons of room. I should be in the 65. not the 55.
Paddler # 2
6’2” 34’ inseam, 11.5 men’s foot, and170 lbs
I fit well in the 55, Have enough room to be comfy. May have to move the seat back a hair. The 65 is Ultra comfy but a little too be for me to paddle
Paddler # 3
5’8” 30’ inseam, 9.5 men’s foot, 150 lbs
I can fit in the 45, there is enough foot room and it is comfortable. But I will go with the 55 for ultra comfort and more fun when playing. I will have enough room for a full sized bootie in the 55 and will have to pad it out.
Paddler # 4
I am 6’2” 210 lbs and I fit perfectly in the Biscuit 65 right off the shelf. I have 34” legs size 11 feet, and it feels nice, good foot room, comfortable, athletic, sitting position. I could add a “small” foam block for my feet no problem, even with the cone of comfort, and it the kayak does not feel super big, and wide like I feel in the super star
5'4 125 lbs. shoe size 7 women’s
The 45 was awesome. it was super comfortable and felt great on the knees and hips. I had plenty of room in my feet.
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