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Old 05-15-2014   #11
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I would agree that stability would be roughly the same between the boats with the edge going to the Hyside. I see the Aire as a better paddle boat due to narrower width and smaller tube size. The Hyside will be a better frame/multiday boat due to increased width and larger tube. Either boat is a fine purchase.

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