Overall it has been a great boat and fits me fine at 6'1" 180lbs with size 14feet. I think if I was any taller though it might be a problem as I have the seat full back and bulkhead full forward and can barely get my knees under the bulkhead.
I have only one complaint: if you are on water that is slow and you are paddling it is a terrible boat. At speed this boat requires constant paddling to maintain it heading down stream. If you stop paddling for 5 seconds you will be doing a 180 turn. This boat is designed to steer quickly or to dig in and pull you to wherever you want to go and it does those things incredible for a big boat and it is very fast! It also has good volume for storage if you want to do a multi day trip. The seat is nice and it is fairly comfortable overall.
At 11'9" x 24", it harks back to old school, but has modern refinements that enable it to carve with ease. The speed comes from the long, narrow profile and is great to have when you need to go to the whip. If there’s a surf wave without access eddys, not to worry. You’ll be able to attain it from downstream when others can only watch. It will surf and carve (somewhat), but the slightly rounded bottom requires some adjustment.
Some describe it as tippy, but I think they’re from a generation that was weaned on broad playboats. It’s lively, but that provides the easy lean to make it cut and run. Rolling is no problem. With rocker carefully dialed in at both ends, it will surprise you with its readiness to spin.
The acceleration is quick with a bow-up attitude. This makes it a breeze to boof. It punches holes and eddy lines like a missile. The outfitting is comfortable and effective. Build quality is mass production. A map of the Green River is etched into the deck – nice touch.
While its intent is creek racing, the size and speed open up other doors, like whitewater tripping. Also, if your local river is pool-drop, with emphasis on the pools, this will get you from feature to feature with minimal time and effort. And, it’s just flat out fun.