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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: 2016 Malibu Stealth14 Build  (Read 1692 times)

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OnTheReel

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Awesome yak and lightweight with a large load capacity. I think I need to go check one out. The center hatch area seems realy tight does it rub on your legs or get in the way at all?

Nope not one bit, my xfactor had that problem this one solved and cured it!!! So psyched on it I don't know if I'll paddle my xfactor again unless I go on a camping excursion 😜 Honestly I've had em all, Malibu in my opinion for the stability, tracking and speed, I won't go anywhere else from now on..
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ljparton

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I've always wanted to try one of these out. Maybe we can fish some time, I'll buy bait and beer after?

Cheers,
Logan


OnTheReel

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I've always wanted to try one of these out. Maybe we can fish some time, I'll buy bait and beer after?

Cheers,
Logan

Just saw this, of course you can I have an extra!!
- Austin - IG: on_the_reel_831



TFM

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Nice boat! By the looks of it wouldn't think it was 65lbs.


OnTheReel

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Nice boat! By the looks of it wouldn't think it was 65lbs.

Yeah for as wide as they are, kinda crazy thinking they are this light, of course this is the stripped down weight (not including hatch, or any gear / seat, etc).. Super happy with it so far though! Thanks!
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I really am impressed with your kayak.
2014 Hobie Revo 13
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