Element 100S

by  Hoodoo
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Element 100S Description

Love the affordability and style of our Element 95 kayak but need a bit more leg room and comfort? Look no further than our new Element 100S which is 1/2 a foot longer and includes our ultra comfort aluminum frame seat. This recreational beast is for those who want to relax or fly through the water. From beginner to experienced kayakers, this will give you comfort and convenience. Weighing in at only 60lbs, any member of your family can take advantage of its benefits!

Element 100S Specs and Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit on Top / Open Cockpit
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Smaller Adult/Child, Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Smaller Adult/Child, Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate

Additional Attributes

  • Scupper Plugs
  • 1 Drain Plug
  • Front & Rear Handles
  • Paddle Keeper
  • Paddle
  • Deluxe Backseat
  • 2 Storage Wells with Bag Inserts
  • 2 Accessory Rails
  • 2 Rod Holders

Element 100S Reviews

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I'm new to kayaking. I…

Submitted by: paddler2822747 on 12/27/2023

I'm new to kayaking. I bought my previously owned Hoodoo Element 100S in the Fall of 2022 with the intent of using it as a fishing platform. I used it twice in protected waters before the cold weather arrived. Happily, it made an immediate difference for this previously shore-bound angler! I found the kayak to be stable and relatively easy to use. I was able to make headway, albeit slowly and with a bit of effort from my aged body, going against wind and current. During Summar 2023, I used the kayak an additional six five times and gradually gained confidence to the extent that, on my most recent outing, I took the kayak out in a northeastern U.S. saltwater bay -- waters somewhat less protected than where I had previously ventured. Wind was moderate and there was a 1 to 2 foot chop on the Bay. I was drift fishing with the wind and chop coming at me broadside. At one point, I reached for some gear behind the seat (a maneuver I had done many times on previous outings), and, in instant, the kayak abruptly capsized and i found myself in the drink. So lesson learned, i think. Seems one needs to keep the bow into the waves/wind and avoid shifting weight in the kayak when the water is not flat calm. Would be interested in hearing from others whether the Element 100S is suitable for the kind of conditions I was in. How surprising or unsurprising is it that I capsized in such conditions? Many thanks.


Great all around kayak,…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 3/3/2021

Great all around kayak, fishing, recreational, by far best kayak I’ve ever owned and I’ve owned all from Vibe, Acsend, Lifetime, And Jon Boats.... overall would recommend the element 100s before any of those. Can stand up on and very very stable.

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