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Enduro 13

12' 7"
Width (in)
Weight (lb)

Enduro 13 Description

A bit of front deck rigging, a rod holder and two watertight hatches were just what it took to complete this racy kayak’s list of offerings. Among other items are speed and amazing secondary stability and tracking, thanks to a streamlined, grooved hull that brings this fairly short kayak to life so that it can stand its ground with much longer units.

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Enduro 13 Specs and Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit Inside
  • 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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Where to Buy the Enduro 13

Riot Kayaks
Enduro 13 Reviews

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Excellent kayak. My second…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 10/12/2021

Excellent kayak. My second one and no regrets. Tracks well, decent speed and excellent build quality.


I am very pleased with my…

Submitted by: paddlerpaul on 5/19/2021

I am very pleased with my Riot Enduro 13. The boat is fast for its size and with the skeg down it tracks very well. The boat handles easily and plays well in the waves. It feels lively on the water. Size is just right for lakes and rivers and likely sheltered costal waters. Seating is comfortable. I am six feet and just over 220 lbs and I find it comfortable.


This being my first kayak is…

Submitted by: paddler1456086 on 5/19/2021

This being my first kayak is a pleasure to paddle, the multi position seat back and pad are a great design and i find i can wedge myself in the cockpit securely, I have no issues of hitting my hands against the sides of the kayak as in a previous review, at 6'1" I would say this is possibly the reason but its just my observations. I find it easy to control and it goes where i aim. not tried it in waves as jet or off sandy/stony beaches so i will be mindful of the skeg but in my opinion this is stable and an easy kayak to control. I took this around a small island backwards and again the control is easy and it sits well in the water. If you get a chance to try before you buy the do so, like with all kayaks, its personal preference, I tried another before I made this purchase and I found this one was to my preference. I've had no leaks through the front and rear bulkhead covers as yet and im very happy with my purchase.


Although seeming well…

Submitted by: paddler910018 on 12/21/2020
Although seeming well equipped and competitively priced, I have used my Riot Enduro 13 for the last year and have grown to hate it. As a smaller paddler, it is simply too wide. I am constantly bashing my hands against the hull. It is very stable, but has no forward momentum and speed. My biggest gripe is that it is terrible in waves. It simply bashes up against them, slaps down over the crest and loses all pace. All with a face full of spray on the process. I have paddled with a friend in a small Dagger Element 10' - he easily kept pace alongside me. The Enduro 13 is not a fast kayak! I do like the skeg and find it tracks very true with the skeg down, but on pebbly beaches it is near enough impossible to launch without the skeg collecting a few pebbles and jamming. There is lots of storage space inside the front and rear hatches but unfortunately the hatch covers are not particularly waterproof. Safe to say I will be moving on to something else as soon as I can afford to!

We have an Enduro 13 and…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 8/14/2019

We have an Enduro 13 and Enduro 14. The 13 works very well, easily paddled, fast and reasonably maneuverable. My wife and daughter have paddled it in waves up to 6 feet and it has handled them very well. It is a little less tippy than the 14 foot Enduro which makes sense since it is also marginally wider. The only thing that has been a slight problem has been that the Skeg mechanism doesn't like sand and I have had to remove small (1/2") pebbles from beside the skeg which has prevented it from operating properly occasionally. Realistically this isn't a huge problem except that putting the kayak in from shore does tend to put it in an environment where it can pick up rocks and sand, so preventative maintenance is a must. We have had the same issue with sand in the Enduro 14s rudder mechanism, again, maintence is the cure. So really we are very happy overall with the performance of the Enduro 13 and would recommend it to anyone who wants a fast moving stable kayak for basically anything you can throw at it. Obviously it isn't a white water kayak nor is it a multi day large body of water sea kayak, but if you want to take it on smaller inland lakes and rivers for adventures that span a few days and may see variable conditions this is a kayak you should try.