Performance of the C-135 benefits from the Eddyline legacy of design. It is lightweight, acceleration is quick, and just a few strokes will bring you up to speed. A well balanced and extremely stable hull makes the C-135 easy to keep on course in windy conditions. With a carrying capacity of 450 lbs, the C-135 fits the larger paddler, without compromising performance or stability, even when standing in the kayak.
The C-135 sets a new standard in the industry with the luxurious Cloud 10 Seating System - offering 4 seating positions for comfort: High Forward, High Back, Low, and Reclined. It can be folded back out of the way when standing or easily removed from the boat. Made in America using anti-microbial marine grade foam and solar weave tech-mesh fabric, the Cloud10 Seat provides durable, breathable, water and sun proof comfort for those long days on the water.
Carbonlite 2000 looks and performs like fiberglass with clear advantages over other plastics: lighter weight, hard glossy finish, excellent abrasion and impact resistance, superior UV protection, dimensional stability, and increased stiffness. Tough, easy to repair, and 100% recyclable!
Let me start by saying that I love Eddyline Kayaks. I've owned the Carribean 12 and 14 and have demoed/rented several of their sea kayaks-all top notch in quality and performance. The C-135 was a huge disappointment. It paddled terribly. It snaked while paddling then turned back end first immediately when you stopped paddling every time. It needs a skeg or a rudder to rectify the hull design flaw. The seat was comfortable( thank you Native watercraft kayak design) The hull and deck flexed too much. It's simply too big/heavy, too expensive and paddles poorly. All other fishing kayaks I've tried from all the other manufacturers are of far better value and performance.