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One-Person Inflatable Kayak (5998-980)

by  Coleman

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One-Person Inflatable Kayak (5998-980) Reviews


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I am not sure if you can…

Submitted by: jamoaque on 8/27/2015
I am not sure if you can really call this a "kayak", as it is sort of between an inflatable kayak and a rubber raft. The rating above was given relative to the world of kayaking. It is more just like a little "play boat" if you just want to relax on a calm lake or bob in the waves on Lake Michigan. If you are just looking for those things, and you factor in the economically priced package which includes pump and paddle, maybe you could give it a 7 rating with those things in mind. But it's not something I would use for a river run. It is an economical & convenient way to get a little fun and relaxation.

I purchased this Kayak as my…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 8/6/2004
I purchased this Kayak as my first one just to see if I would like kayaking. I have searched for more expensive ones, but after using this one, I think the $60 investment is well worth it. It is very well constructed, tracks well, and is extremely easy to paddle. I also like the idea of being able to just deflate it, roll it up and put in a closet.

Great kayak at a very…

Submitted by: paddler230480 on 3/2/2004
Great kayak at a very inexpensive price. I use it in the Gulf of Mexico a lot and have encountered no problems. Easy to paddle, light and compact. Good buy!!

This is a great inexpensive…

Submitted by: dkraus on 9/11/2003
This is a great inexpensive inflatable kayak (I paid under $60.00). I bought mine earlier this year and was concerned how well it would work but I have been pleasantly surprised. I've had it on rivers and lakes and it seems to track fairly well and is very stable. It only takes 5 minutes to pump it up with a hand pump. The best thing is that I can take it on vacation and still have plenty of room in my compact car trunk for luggage. I can fit the boat, paddle (which comes with it), pump, and life jacket in a duffle bag.