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  • 7' 3" Length
  • 21" Width
  • 28 Weight (lbs)
  • $ 799 MSRP

Remix 47 Description

Liquidlogic is very excited to introduce a boat for the next generation of paddlers. They began the development of this boat by traveling all over to talk with instructors, parents, sons, daughters, nieces and nephews about what type of boat young up-and-coming paddlers really wanted. They also looked closely at the category of boats for the up 100 lb class of paddlers and it became clear that a smaller version of the Remix series would provide the perfect craft for younger, smaller paddlers. In test runs, parents have endorsed the Remix 47 as a design that makes kayaking easy, fluid and safe for all kids. Whether your pint sized paddler be a cautious novice or advanced enthusiast, this speedy, easy-to-roll boat with top-shelf outfitting has what it takes for them to step up their game and have a great time.

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Remix 47 Specifications

  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Weight: 28 lbs
  • Length: 7' 3"
  • Width: 21"
  • Volume: 178 liters
  • Max Capacity: 110 lbs
  • Cockpit Dimensions (L × W): 29.00 × 18.00"
  • Primary Material: Polyethylene Plastic

Remix 47 Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit Inside
  • Special Characteristics: Child-specific

Recommended Usage

  • Activity Type: Whitewater, River Running, Creek, Play
  • Water Type: River/Creek (Up to Class II), Whitewater (Class III+)
  • Duration: Day Trip
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Smaller Adult/Child

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Remix 47 Reviews

Read reviews for the Remix 47 by Liquidlogic Kayaks as submitted by your fellow paddlers. All of the reviews are created and written by paddlers like you, so be sure to submit your own review and be part of the community!

Great boat! Happy kids!

My kids (7, 6 & 3) all LOVE their remix! It is very stable so they can feel confident in the water. The stability doesn't compromise the maneuverability (something we wondered about with a longer boat vs a kids play boat). We love how easily the foot pegs are adjusted so we can quickly switch between the kids. The only complaint my kids have is that we are making them share!

This review was originally posted on liquidlogickayaks.com and was re-posted with permission.

remix 47 is back!

So sad that the Remix 47 was discontinued, and so great that more were built. It is such a great kids boat for harder water!

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Love it!

got my little guy a boat can't wait to put him on the water......one request.....please bring back the jefe! Mine only had a few seasons left on it.....and I don't want to change I love my boat!!!

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Full Metal Jacket for your Grommet

I have introduced probably 20 kids to kayaking using the Remix 47, including my own three kids. It helps people have a positive first experience day one and grows with them. After 6 years in his Remix, it is still my sons go to boat. He can surf, catch eddies, and boof with confidence. He calls it his race boat and is ready to transition to a 59.

This review was originally posted on liquidlogickayaks.com and was re-posted with permission.

This is a FABULOUS...

This is a FABULOUS whitewater boat for kids. Like the adult Remixes, the 47 has a great combination of hull speed, volume, maneuverability, and forgiveness. In fact, when it comes to forgiveness, it's probably MORE forgiving than the adult versions without giving up any performance. I say this having watched both of my kids paddle this boat for multiple seasons and also having spent a lot of time with college aged beginners in Remix 59/69/79s.

Of course, no boat is perfect, so here are the downsides:

1. Footpegs instead of a bulkhead. They make the boat lighter and probably help keep the cost down, but I really think bulkheads are safer and more comfortable for WW boats. The rest of the outfitting is a kid-scaled version of LL's "Bad Ass Outfitting," and it's aptly named. Best seat/hip brace/thigh brace setup on the market.

2. Liquid Logic needs to make a Remix 42 and a Remix 52. The 47 is TOO stable and a bit too deep for a typical 6-8 year old, if you want them to feel what it's like to properly lean/edge a boat. Granted, it will be nearly impossible to flip at that size, which I suppose can be a good thing, but your kid will be forced into using bell buoy body leans to edge the boat. That can be a hard habit to break. On the top end, once your kid outgrows the 47, moving into a 59 will be a really big jump in volume and width.