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Great river board. Very...
Great river board. Very stable but not durable. I own 3 river inflatable boards and the quality of this one is really the least. After 2 yeard the side chambers are developping lots of small holes and the air leaks out. It is basically no longer usable on a river as it needs constant fixing
Great river board for the first year (will require fixing after that)
Poor quality. Not durable.
Manufacturing defect discovered 45 days after the 90 day warranty. Got the board for a Christmas present first chance to really use it was this summer. Went out this weekend and and noticed air bubbles coming from the seam on the top side of the board, there is no damage to the board this is simply a manufacturing defect. Badfish standby by your product offer a 12 month manufacturing defect warranty.
Poor customer service from Badfish
exercise, river running
This board has ample...
This board has ample floatation for a 220 lb person while still maintaining jink and jive maneuverability. It pumps up quickly and you are in the water in no time without the hassle of tying a board on top of your vehicle. Super stability even when adding on a child or pet passenger. Looks sexy too!
Ease of set up
Exercise and fun!
I tried this board out on...
I tried this board out on a lake, still water. I had a friend that owned one and we took it along with my board and swapped for the day. As others have said this is an incredibly stable board, especially in still water. almost like being moored to the dock. It was an easy paddle as well. It was seemed very well constructed.
Stable, well built.
from what friend said he paid seems a bit pricey.
personal preference I don't particularly like inflatables.
day trip to lake
This board has by far the...
This board has by far the shortest learning curve of all the different inflatable boards I have ever tried. I am able to walk front to back and side to side without tipping. I take my dog out with me and she moves around a lot and I have not lost my balance once.
Very stable, fun the use, Good in small waves
Exercise, touring, small surfing, taking the dog out on the lake
this is a very well...
this is a very well manufactured durable board that has a unique triple chamber design.
The board is extremely stable and is great in moving water, wakes from powerboats, and waves. weighting the tail allows easy turns.
the overall width of this board does appear to have some affect on the top speed
I use this board for River touring on flatwater and for easy Whitewater.
The Badfish MCIT 11'6...
The Badfish MCIT 11'6 inflatable is an interesting board. Super staple, fast for an inflatable, and you can pile kids or gear on it.
The board looks different than other boards thanks to the side rails. But this board is popular enough that other paddlers won't think anything of it.
There are a couple negatives about this board. The price, it is not cheap. Makes it hard to pull the trigger on this board when there are other boards that do similar things for a lower price. The other issue, water on the deck. When using this board for it's intended purpose, whitewater, this is not an issue. But try this board in flatwater and you may end up standing in a puddle. I've been told that if you pump this board to the correct PSI, it doesn't happen. I have not had any luck with this. I typically end up standing in a puddle.
However, I really liked this board. It is super stable and fun to paddle. I could probably do cartwheels on this thing. It has good glide and paddles well. This board is a staple on the rapids used by some of the best. I just wished I didn't stand in a puddle when I paddled it on flat water.
A great river runner
Pricey and wet feet
Whitewater and touring