Reviewed by Flyfisher1956 from Arkansas on Wednesday, August 7, 2013
Lightweight and folds up nicely. This is actually the second cart I ordered. The first was shy a cotter pin which Seattle Sports replaced. This fits in right behind my seat between it and the milk crate on my SOT. The two straps that come with this add a measure of stability going up and down decli...
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Reviewed by Cinderbilly from Flagstaff on Sunday, August 10, 2014
A good design but I had to send back the first one as the arms that slide together would not fit on one side and then I couldn't get the other ones apart. The second one came and I was able to get together but one wheel will not turn so I think all I need to do is loosen the bolt a little and it will be fine.
Reviewed by WRC from El Dorado Hills, Ca. on Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Cart arrived almost completely assembled. Seems to be strong enough to move our kayaks with no trouble. Used it on harder surfaces and works very well, but will have to test it on loose soil or sand. Only change I would like to see is a better way to secure the tie down straps to the kayak cart. On sale it was a great buy.
Reviewed by Greenscales from Baja CA via San Gabriel Valley on Wednesday, July 16, 2014
I have used it for 2+ years to access lakes in the Sierras and a lot in Baja for an old Cobra Tourer w/a ton of fishing gear. The wide base means less chance of tipping over - a problem when i am trying to pull it loaded with 8'+ rods and fish up a rutted out dirt "launch ramps" dug into some ocean bluff below Ensenada. Low maintenance and rugged. 2 -minor issues, but for most carts - wish it could track through soft sand/dirt better - makes it hard when it sinks in. 2nd - can be a bit difficult jostling the loaded kayaks scupper holes to line up with the hypalon pads, necessary to center the kayak and as a grip point to reduce the kayak slipping on the cart. Otherwise a great buy.