Infinity Odyssey 375 Recreational Inflatable Kayak
About Infinity Odyssey 375 Recreational Inflatable Kayak
2nds. Head out on your favorite lake, or paddle easy-moving water with the Infinity Odyssey 375 recreational inflatable kayak. It's spacious enough to accommodate two adults and a child, and includes a child seat.
Specs about Infinity Odyssey 375 Recreational Inflatable Kayak
- Style: Sit in
- Boat style: Kayak
- Weight: 49 lb.
- Length: 12'4"
- Width: 36"
- Material: 840 denier nylon, tri-laminated 500 denier PVC tarpaulin
- Boat usage: Recreation,Day touring
- Made in China
- May come with minor cosmetic surface imperfections due to shipping. Please remove all packaging material upon arrival and inspect for damage prior to signing acceptance form from carrier. Note any damage on carrier's document, and contact Sierra Trading Post with any problems.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MiraclesMom from North Idaho on Monday, January 16, 2012Have been looking a LONG time for a collapsible kayak that would be suitable for both of us plus our yellow lab. Saw video of dog-durability, great price from STP, decided to order. So excited we inflated in living room, dog got right in, lots of room for 2 Adults, Lab, and small amount of gear. Downside is we have to wait for Spring to use (which is only a function of when we purchased it) The pack is not comfortable as a backpack for more than a couple seconds. Much easier to use the two handles top and bottom (or two hands on top) and carry it. We think it's going to be excellent as a fairly flat water kayak to explore lakes. So far very pleased.
- Best Uses: Small car, Trike travel
- Cons: Have to wait to use, Not 'really' backpackable
- Pros: Dog-friendly fabric, Easy to inflate, Easy to set up
Question & Answer
Infinity inflatable kayaks are perfect for use at sheltered beaches, in calm coastal waters, on inland lakes and on still or slow moving rivers.||You should avoid shallow rocky rivers and coastal rocks, as these are likely to damage your kayak. Also avoid paddling where there are many larger vessels present.||Infinity kayaks can also be used on river rapids up to class II, however paddling at this level requires expert knowledge, training, practice and specialist gear. Always wear a helmet and buoyancy aid when paddling rapids and seek appropriate instruction and guidance.||Warning - Do not exceed the maximum capacity of your kayak, as doing so will affect its handling and control, as well as reducing stability and increasing the chance of swamping. Make sure that loads are distributed as centrally as possible, with heavier items in the bottom and lighter ones on top.