Moken 10 Lite

10' 4"
Width (in)
Weight (lb)

Moken 10 Lite Description

Ideal for short coastal paddles just past the surf or taking on bass in your local lake, the Feelfree Moken 10 Lite won’t require any heavy lifting. This kayak is a smaller, nimbler version of the standard Moken 10 kayak with some added features like the new Uni-Track accessory system for kayak fishing. Between its weight and the proven Wheel in the Keel, getting around with the Moken 10 Lite is a breeze! Stable, light and compact when it comes to fishing kayaks, you won’t be disappointed with the Moken Lite.

Moken 10 Lite Specs and Features

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

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Moken 10 Lite Reviews

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I have owned over a dozen…

Submitted by: paddler2617958 on 12/27/2023

I have owned over a dozen yaks from almost as many brands, and kayaked for well over a decade, this is the worst tracking kayak I have ever owned, by far. In current whilst fishing, the stern swings around before you can set the paddle down to make a cast. Furthermore on rivers it is tank in whitewater (class I or II) very unresponsive lacking maneuverability. It seems a hydrodynamic design or weight distribution (or both) issues with the boat. Its a little better on lakes, but suffers from the same maladies in moderate to stronger winds. If you are looking for a fishing kayak look anywhere else this boat is constant frustration. The good news is the fit and finish of the craft are top notch, design and functionality is poor at best. Much better options out there, even a Dunham's cheapie in comparison.


I have had the Moken 10 lite…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 11/16/2020
I have had the Moken 10 lite out 3 times on flat water. I am coming from a cheap recreational kayak, so it feels heavy, but manageable. It does feel a bit slow, but it is nice to paddle. it tracks much better than my old rec kayak. I am in love with the console between the legs for items I want to keep near by. The console isn't water tight, but my phone and small speaker are waterproof. Paddle holder is a nice thing to have and the seat is comfortable for several hours. I will be ordering some scupper plugs to keep my butt dry.

Amazing kayak good for…

Submitted by: paddler460126 on 8/6/2018

Amazing kayak good for fishing and light weight.


Great Kayak- extremely…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 5/31/2018

Great Kayak- extremely stable


After owning and paddling…

Submitted by: paddler236599 on 11/25/2015
After owning and paddling this boat for 2 years, I have ultimately decided it's not the boat they claim it to be. I'm tired of bailing water out of the interior hatches every time I paddle. I'm tired of adjusting the seat that slides around and doesn't provide good back support, and I'm tired of paddling this hulking hunk of plastic- it is the slowest boat I've ever paddled. The best feature, the wheel, broke after a year and a half. I contacted the manufacturer directly about the leaking and the wheel. They suggested I buy replacement hatches and a wheel. Also, the drain plug gets pushed out by the force of water exiting the drain whole.

Overall I believe I fell victim to their marketing department and my own excuses for justifying the purchase. Feel free pushed this onto the market without properly testing it. And those of us who do test it and suggest improvements are asked to buy more of their replacement junk. Never buying another feel free in my life; do not recommend to anyone.


The Moken 10 Lite fishing…

Submitted by: novofish on 8/5/2015
The Moken 10 Lite fishing kayak nicely fills a niche in my kayak quiver. After paddling and fishing this 10 foot long, plastic SOT a couple of times I've come to appreciate the feature rich design.

Moken packs quite a few fisherman friendly elements into the miniscule 10 Lite. Numerous storage compartments make tackle and essentials organization easy, while touches such as molded paddle cradles and a built in transport wheel help the angler get to water hassle free. In addition Feel Free's Uni Track accessory track makes rigging a snap. Uni Trak makes it easy to add a fish finder or additional rod holders.

This yak is a perfect pond and smaller water craft although I could see it venturing into a estuary or protected bay/ocean environment in the hands of a competent waterperson. At 55 lbs this is a fun boat to just throw in the back of your pick-up truck with just your basic fishing tackle and hit that neighborhood pond after work.

Stability is fine for me at 5'7", 185lbs. A short, stubby boat that still tracks pretty good, the 10 Lite is no speed burner. Still, I found it easy to troll at fish catching speeds. Long fishing days demand seating comfort and Feel Free's Kingfisher seating system delivers, with ample padding and a secure slip-free attachment system.


The Moken 10 lite is a sit on…

Submitted by: Spudman on 7/10/2015
The Moken 10 lite is a sit on top fishing kayak. It is very stable although I think it is too small to stand and fish like the larger Mokens. There are channels in the hull to help it track straight. I have only used it on lakes so far. It is narrower and lighter than the regular 10 so I'm guessing it is a little easier to paddle. The boat is 10 feet, 4 inches long and features a wheel in the keel to help move it around. The seat is extremely comfortable and the boat has nice details like channels to mount extras.
I recommend this boat.

It's an excellent fishing yak…

Submitted by: swisschard on 11/5/2014
It's an excellent fishing yak if you're looking for something shorter. On the plus side: it has very good stability, tracks well, the solid molded-in handles work great for lifting and the wheel on the back works surprising well for rolling it around solid ground. The negatives: it's a little bit slow but that goes with being short and wide, the front hatch leaks (take it off add silcone remount) and the scupper holes under the seat allow water to splash up (add 2 plugs).

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