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Old 01-07-2009   #11
pnw, Washington
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Considering what my bike frame weighs and costs. I would actually expect this boat to weigh less and cost more. I bet the right person on the right wave could rock this thing. We need some video.

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Old 01-07-2009   #12
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I am shocked that their are Pro boaters bitching about a company that is innovating and raising the bar in the PD department. WS is not expecting this boat to be flying off the shelves, but it makes people think and if someone starts winning all the big wave comps in it, You will see all the other companies trying to catch up.

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Old 01-07-2009   #13
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Looks kinda like the 'Bat-Kayak' The dynamic duo will be ripping in this thing, next time the Joker shows his ugly head at Fibark
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Old 01-07-2009   #14
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Seriously. We're now ripping on a manufacture for doing something cutting edge.

If you've ever been to Golden yoiu know there will be a couple of people who just have to have it to go on their Cayenne rack.

If it wins a few comps, a bunch of park and players will want it for sure.

Kudo's to them for pushing the envelope!
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Old 01-07-2009   #15
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What about for hiking with? If it's super light I know some of you gnar gnar crickers will want one.

Oh, and Batman doesn't kayak. Him and Robin paddle a Shredder!
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Old 01-07-2009   #16
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Ya'll should see my brother's new ultralight creek boat! It's not crushproof, but it's lite!
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Old 01-07-2009   #17
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AWSOME light is not always better. how much verticle(air) is gained from the weight reduction.
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Old 01-07-2009   #18
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I like it. The best part is that i could buy that and skip losing 15lbs myself.

Casper... contrary to your belief, all kayakers are not dirtbags. Some of us have graduated from dirtbag status, have real jobs, save money and are able to choose to buy expensive boats.
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Old 01-07-2009   #19
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The best part is that i could buy that and skip losing 15lbs myself
Now that's a thought!
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Old 01-07-2009   #20
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save your money and buy a boat that is over twice as expensive i will be sliding down rocks while you are sliding it into the water before you get in. no seal launches unless you want to do damage to the boat. and the money at kayaking comps is no grand pree so you can pay more money if you think you will win more but its not a win win situation when you will have to buy this boat and another so that when you aren't using the comp you still have a boat to play in but why paddle a peice of shit second and than a comp boat when you can buy one bad ass boat to us all the time on creeks or rivers waves or shallow shallow holes. marketing wasn't to smart if you ask me. i know the people that come to the rodeos in these parts aren't going to be paying an extra 1500 for 15 lb lightert boat sorry mut.

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