X1 Packraft - Small

7' 4"
Width (in)

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X1 Packraft - Small Description

The X1 Packraft is ultra light weight and is available in two sizes, Small and Large. This particular model is the standard version without the spraydeck or self-bailing floor, and is ideal for fishing, recreational flatwater paddling and exploring. Weighing only 2.2kg/2.6kg they can easily be packed in your backpack to take to any location. They are designed for either paddlers under 1.75m (5’10”) tall or up to 1.95m (6’4″) . The design has 30cm (12″) main tubes with an extended oversized stern and upturned bow that performs well in any water conditions.

Available in multiple colors, as an open boat, Self Bailing or Spraydeck configuration.

X1 Packraft - Small Specs and Features

  • Structure: Inflatable
  • 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

Additional Attributes

  • Available in 2 sizes
  • 4 bow grab loops
  • 2 stern grab loops
  • Available as an open boat ,self bailer or cockpit/spraydeck models
  • Boston and Hakley Roberts Valves
  • Free Accessories: Removable seat and backrest, inflation bag, stuff sack, repair kit

Aqua Xtreme
X1 Packraft - Small Reviews

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Mainly because of the…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 12/21/2020

Mainly because of the poor/misleading customer service and because of the quality of the material, craftsmanship, and accessories. The only positive review I can give the raft is that the actual bow of the raft is still holding and hasn't popped yet. But, the keyword is "yet". I haven't taken it on any rocky rivers or put it through its paces yet to test its durability in extreme conditions... because honestly I am to afraid to for the fear of popping the boat I just spent money on. I would recommend this boat for a situations where you wouldn't encounter any kind of foul conditions. If you need a raft for leisure activities on a small pond, large (non-rocky/non-white water) river, or even perhaps alpine lake wilderness areas then this would be a suitable option. But, for AquaXtreme to advertise this as a raft that can handle white-water or other "Xtreme" activities... well this is admittedly false advertising. I would recommend saving your money and upgrading to an Alpacka Classic raft for a few hundred more dollars. Don't cut corners on a raft that could either save or end your life.


I kayak frequently on rivers…

Submitted by: paddler866288 on 9/1/2020
I kayak frequently on rivers ranging from slow calm waters to class III whitewater. I wanted something portable I could easily travel with and that I could throw in a backpack and explore new places. I had modest expectations given the price, but I am very happy with my purchase. It's super light and comfortable. Tracking isn't the best, but it is very responsive and maneuverable on the water. It very stable and handled a 5 mile run of class II-III rapids like a champ. I worry about the durability of the material over time, but that's the trade off you make when you buy a 3 pound boat. I'm already planning trips to places I'd never be able to take my 30 pound inflatable kayak.

We purchased an Aqua Xtreme…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 10/2/2018

We purchased an Aqua Xtreme Packraft because they were the lowest price we could find. Well you get what you pay for I guess. When it finally arrived (very slow delivery) and the seat and backrest which are 1 part failed and lost air immediately. The first time on the water and the boat deflated. I've since purchased a packraft from another manufacturer and the quality is so much better than the Aqua Xtreme. The Aqua Xtreme seams as so poor and the quality if the materials is just cheap in comparison.

By the way when we contacted the manufacturer we received really poor support. We've also since talked to another person who had a similar problem with the Aqua Xtreme X1 packraft.

Avoid these and spend a little more and get one that is well made. There is no way I would put my children in these boats.

X1 Packraft - Small