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14' 6"
Length
32.5"
Width (in)
83
Weight (lb)
$1,299
MSRP

Solara 145T Description

The Solara 145T is a super new recreational tandem kayak for easy, carefree excursions on your nearest lakes or lazy rivers. The Solara 145T has a unique sliding seat system that allows paddling tandem or, optionally, sliding the bow seat back for improved solo paddling. This hybrid tandem/solo paddles with ease and you can rest assured it is fully outfitted for safety, including two bulkheads and storage hatches. The Solara 145T is a unique solution for those aspiring to paddle with others, solo or gear. Whether you're bringing your friend, man's best friend, a mountain of fishing tackle or a fully stocked cooler for a day of fun, the Solara 145T will make you day more enjoyable. A rudder is optional for increased maneuverability and control in wind and current.

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Solara 145T Specs and Features

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

Additional Attributes

  • Revolution Seating System
  • Roto Foot Brace
  • Flip Lock Hatch Covers
  • Solara Roto Colors

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Love this versatile boat! …

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Love this versatile boat! Was looking at Kayaks for a long time and this one was perfect for my needs. Tracks nicely and handles well enough to have successfully negotiated class I and II rapids so far, as well as lazier paddles and lake paddles. Love the extra large dry compartment in the back and the sliding seat to allow for solo paddling; I've paddled solo and tandem. Great for day and extended camping trips. The only other tandem to solo set-up I've seen is the Wilderness Pamlico...picked this one for the storage capacity and large mouth rear compartment.

Pros: Versatile set up and solo/tandem set ups both paddle well Tracks and turns nicely for the size Very stable Plenty of storage space with a nice large dry compartments and space up under the front paddler

Cons: Super Heavy -- 81 pounds I think Seems like it would make more sense for the rear seat to be the one that slides no foot pedals in solo set up Dry compartments leak pretty bad (to be fair not an uncommon problem)