7' 7"
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Homeslice Description

The Homeslice takes the win for best whitewater boat at Paddlesports Retailer 2018!

The Retro-Slice revolution is in full swing. LiquidLogic brought you the Party Braaap and Mullet to start it all. Now it’s time to introduce our cartwheel, squirt, splat, surf, flow machine, the Homeslice. They have taken their more than 25 years of slicey boat experience to not only create a boat that you can throw around to your heart’s content but a low volume kayak that you can paddle all day, probably in shoes. Whether you want to take advantage of the full play potential wheeling in holes and carving up waves or create your own course through the eddy lines, seams, and rocks along the entire river your Homeslice will have your back.

The square ended design is spawned from LL’s first freestyle boat, the Session, The squareness creates a faster carving craft and improves looseness on a wave. From there the hull design has an all new progressive rocker with a slight kick behind the seat leading into a stern V-hull to assist in the hard carving and easy spin initiation. What they've also learned from all years of small boat design is that it’s time to make a comfortable slicey kayak. The Homeslice has a higher more narrow ergonomic knee position and enough foot room that most people will be able to wear shoes while swapping ends.

Homeslice Specs and Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit Inside
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced

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Homeslice Reviews

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best kayak hands down.…

Submitted by: paddler2417345 on 11/1/2022

best kayak hands down. 6ft5inch 200-210 lbs. Been kayaking for only 1.5 years and running class 4 in this. Run it all. Six mile alaska, clear water canada (low water), locsha, south fork american, 10 ft ocean wave surfing. Easy to roll. Playful but still run a river in it. Just make sure you lean forward or you will get thrown on your back. One of most comfortable kayaks.

coming from rpm max, Mr clean, grizzly, monstar, karma ul,


I'm by no means a great full…

Submitted by: chattboofs on 9/29/2022

I'm by no means a great full slice kayaker or playboater, so I was uncertain about how the homeslice would fit me. I'm 6'0, 175lbs and fit comfortably. It's also big enough that I don't feel as though I'm getting tossed around in bigger water. I've paddled all on Class 2-3, including plenty of time on the Ocoee River. The Homeslice's low volume bow and stern are extremely playful but it also surfs well on waves. As someone who didn't have a stern squirt, I was able to obtain one rather quickly and get this boat vertical. As an intermediate paddler, I also feel MUCH more comfortable paddling the Homeslice downriver than a true playboat like a Rockstar, Jed or Freeride.


I loved the Mr. Clean, but it…

Submitted by: paddler5e7381b86fdb1 on 3/23/2020
I loved the Mr. Clean, but it was a pig in the water. Super comfy, but slow. When I swapped the Mr. Clean for the XXX, I gained surfing while compromised comfort. Experiments with heat guns and footballs to expand foot room were met with marginal improvements as the knee and thigh placements were low. Overall, the XXX was a painful day on the river. Then came The Homeslice (essentially a modern Mr. Clean) which is everything I want in a kayak. It is very fast and loose while surfing, allows me to squirt and splat anywhere, all while being the most comfortable person on the river. The only area this does not excel is on steep holes. The local playpark is built for more aerial moves for the shorter, stubbier and blunter kayaks. I also don't care for the color choices, but that is getting a bit picky. I love the Homeslice. Thank you Pat!