The Rocker has a Step out Pillar and a quick release backband, and a large enough cockpit rim to step out easily. As for catching eddies, The Rocker snaps in and out of the smallest of eddies and performs very well flat or on edge for turning. It is like an overland truck with huge clearance over rocks, holes, curlers, eddylines, and the large stern is incredible for staying on top of the water.
Try one out!
Originally Posted by duckfoot
I'm thinking about a new creek boat and have narrowed the field down to either a Habitat or Rocker based solely on comfort.
I'll demo both, but probably only on Class III.
I'm a little worried about Wavesport plastic because they seemed to have suffered that rash of broken playboats recently. Also, seems like the lack of serious chines on the Rocker might make for poor eddy catching. What about the Rocker's lack of a step-out pillar?