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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Review if the Hobie I11s  (Read 582 times)

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Califbill

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Since I bought a new camper for the truck, I am not going to climb on top at 9' to hoist up the kayak.  So bought 2 I11s for wife and I.  Demoed at Fastlane in San Diego.  Nice people.  Wife was out in hers last afternoon while I fished out of the Outback.  She loves it.  Quicker, very stable.  May get some splash if rough water as shape is similar to a SUP.  Face is they include a fin so you can Stand Up Paddle.  The
reverse works really well.  She though it went faster n reverse than forward.  They say 65# fully rigged.  I think that is more what everything stored in the bag weighs.  Only negative I saw was the wheels go in the peddle mount, which is great, but that means you use the handle by the rudder to move the yak on wheels.  Rudder is sort of in the way.i


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The problems you sow are the troubles you're reaping.


 

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