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Slice has the benefit of extra storage in the front and rear pockets.

Phatcat is shorter and narrower, making it a bit less stable than the Slice XL, but a bit more maneuverable. Probably not so much that you'd notice the difference.

Phatcat has a much better color selection.

Honestly, can't go wrong either way!
 

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Phatcat is awesome. I’m biased. I have one. Saving up to run oars eventually. Thing is very stable for size, and drafts like no water compared to round boats in the 10-12 foot range. Pretty burly too. I’m not nice to it. I find it to be a really good boat for extending the season on smaller water. Especially with how short the season is here in CO.
 

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Slice has the benefit of extra storage in the front and rear pockets.

Phatcat is shorter and narrower, making it a bit less stable than the Slice XL, but a bit more maneuverable. Probably not so much that you'd notice the difference.

Phatcat has a much better color selection.

Honestly, can't go wrong either way!
Honestly, the built in storage compartments are the only reason that I wouldn't consider a Star. These may be a dryish pocket to hold some dry gear or something but, make it impossible to drop a cooler or something larger into that space.
These areas are the only places to rig significant gear on a paddle cat.
 
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