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Old 03-11-2004   #1
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Ace 4.7 or EZ?

I'm 5'9'' 140lbs and am a begining kayaker, would you recomend the EZ or the ace?

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Old 03-28-2004   #2
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EZ or Ace

If you're just getting into the sport then I would go with an EZ, it would be a great all around boat for you, one that you could grow into and a boat you could keep around for awhile. The Ace is a little more slicy, which makes it a lot of fun to learn cartwheels and stalls in, but not as forgiving.
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Old 03-31-2004   #4
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i would go with the ez, in my opinion wavesport missed the nail with the ace, slicy edgy boats are not really good for anything. The easy is more forgiving, and a great all around.
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