I'm not familiar with the brand but it sounds like a pretty good deal. I would ask if the baffles still work. They are the walls that seperate the air chambers. I assume there are 4 chambers, but I couldn't tell by the pictures. Hypalon in my opinion is the best. Tough and repairable. 14' is a good length for Colorado. Small enough to to have fun in, but big enough to handle some big water. Good luck man.
Curious the other thwart didn't make the picture. A leak at the grommit could mean (probably means) the seam is leaking (Glue degraded), which is a real pain in the ass to fix. Price? Nice price but are you just buying a headache???? hard to say.
I’d like to hit Glenwood, West water, and other areas around here. I don’t know about class IV but definitely class III. I have a lot of class I/II runs around me to learn on and a friend to learn from. We’re going up to Glenwood later today. My wife and I just started kayaking so this will be more of a suport raft later.
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