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    1. · Pieter Porcupine
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      Not sure if this is the best place to put this thread. But I was wondering if anybody has any experience using these types of inflatable kayaks. My friends took them down the San Juan from MH to CH at 8000cfs and didn't seem to have any problems. I'm wondering if these will do for low-water Arkansas trips.

      And the input would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.

      https://www.amazon.com/AIRHEAD-AHTK-2-Montana-Performance-Person/dp/B000FE7INI
       
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      If the SeaEagle is at your max budget and you are not quite ready to jump to a legit IK, the Airhead build quality is surprisingly good for its price:
      http://www.amazon.com/AIRHEAD-AHTK-2-Montana-Performance-Person/dp/B000FE7INI
      I'd get one long before I'd consider the 370. I saw one at OR in person a few years ago, and I thought the quality was almost on par with my NRS Bandit II. It is not an Aire or Hyside, by any stretch, but a great deal at that price.

      I actually own two Airhead iSUPs and I'm really happy with the quality.
       
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      If the SeaEagle is at your max budget and you are not quite ready to jump to a legit IK, the Airhead build quality is surprisingly good for its price:
      http://www.amazon.com/AIRHEAD-AHTK-2-Montana-Performance-Person/dp/B000FE7INI
      I'd get one long before I'd consider the 370. I saw one at OR in person a few years ago, and I thought the quality was almost on par with my NRS Bandit II. It is not an Aire or Hyside, by any stretch, but a great deal at that price.

      I actually own two Airhead iSUPs and I'm really happy with the quality.
      Funny you said that. I just bought one of those^^ from a friend for a song and then resold it for $100.

      July 4th weekend we took a fishing float and the guy I sold it to and his GF took it out with us. It was a helluva deal for $100 in practically new condition...I was actually kind of impressed with it once I saw it blown up.

      None of the boats in the $300-$400 range are great, but this is probably the best I've personally seen. It would probably make it in a class III but you'd be pushing the limits. Definitely a better choice then the SE370 though in all respects.
       

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