11' 2"
Width (in)
Weight (lb)

Juntos Description

The Feelfree Juntos packs utility and performance into one package. With additional space for a child or pet, this kayak is perfect for the paddler who wants to bring along a partner every now and then. It’s also a great solo kayak and includes our Wheel in the Keel for easy transport on your own as well as a pair of rod holders for those times when you just want to sneak off to a fishing spot by yourself.

Juntos 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

Feelfree Kayak, USA
Juntos Reviews

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Very solid kayak! If you…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 6/11/2021

Very solid kayak! If you looking for a quality simple rig to get you on the water at an affordable price, then this it! I like how simple and low maintenance it is. The molded in handles are great and there is no cloth/nylon to get sun damaged and fail like others. It’s a simple clip in seat and the where it clips to the boat are flush mounts for the clips. They are molded flush in the boat to and never catch on anything and break. Who ever designed this kayak had longevity in mind. The wheel in the keel means you’ll wear through the keel and makes moving the boat around a breeze. Love that it’s bolted to the boat so I don’t have to worry about losing parts. And the flat space up front makes a good spot to bring a kid or a pet. I’ve put a bath mat up there for my 55lb dog and she loved it! The only gripe I really have about the Juntos is it does need a little weight on the Stern for it to track well. When it just me and a heavy cooler behind me, when I stop paddling she spins out. So I may have to add some rigging to the front to move my cooler up front. Seems it does need a little weight up front for it to track well. Then again the Juntos was designed this way with that jumper seat. As for speed, I have no problems keeping up with friends with 5’10” 210lbs Dad bod. All in all the Juntos is a great kayak they kept simple and wouldn’t even hesitate loaning to a friend cause there really nothing on it I would be worried about coming back broken. And the plastic seems so much thicker then a couple of my friends rigs. It’s just a solid rig I wouldn’t hesitate recommending to friends.