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Old 08-28-2013   #1
 
Mercer, Pennsylvania
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Shredder

Hello all!

I was looking into getting a shredder and have been looking at both the ATI and the hyside paddlecat...Can I get some opinions on both of them to try and narrow my search a bit? Any help will be much appreciated!!!

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Old 08-28-2013   #2
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Buy a Shredder

There are copies, but only one Shredder and that's the one from ATI. I love my Big Rocker, it kills it. So easy to paddle and surf.
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Old 08-28-2013   #3
 
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Test them both if you can. I'm partial to the paddlecat because I can get dealer pricing on Hyside, and because I think they run stiffer. I also like the fact that they are not black. I'm mostly a fair weather paddler and on a sunny day thet ATI can get pretty darn hot. Although now, even that has changed. Hyside is making all of it's small boats with a black(glossy) neoprene layup as an option. So now you can get whatever you want.
If you should decide on a paddlecat message me here and I can get you a good deal on whatever they have in stock.
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Old 08-29-2013   #4
 
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From what I was reading the hyside is made stronger and can take rocks and hits better.
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paddlecat.

I just wanted to give some input, I have been paddling the hyside this season and the boat just flat out rocks!! its makes tight technical class 4 seem like class 2 to me. its light weight and super bomber!!
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Check out the new Aire Sabertooth.
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don't forget jpw's culebra. comes in all shapes and sizes.
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I will take a look thank you
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Aire is releasing one in Sept.

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I saw one in Banks a couple weeks ago.
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Old 08-30-2013   #10
 
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Does anyone have a weblink for info on the ATI Shredder. Google is blank.
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