Sea Eagle 385ft Inflatable Kayaks and Canoe Reviews

6 Discount Packages available. starting at $999

John Longley Verified Owner 5/17/2021 5.0 out of 5 stars.

We were finally able to take our 385FT out for it's maiden voyage on the Snake River. It only took a few minutes to inflate with the foot pump and it handled great on calm water. We are very happy with the high back seats and the carbon paddles, the upgraded package is worth the money.

Tat-yuen Sang Verified Owner 5/16/2021 5.0 out of 5 stars.

After a long wait due to COVID delay, we finally got our 385FT with Pro package. Upon inspecting the content, my wife and I were very satisfied with the tough material and design of it. We blew it up and placed it on our carpet and was surprised how rigid the floor was and very comfortable to sit on. It only took about 10 minutes to get it all nice and puffed up.

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We have since took it out on water a few times and everytime we have 3 people in it (two paddled, one simply chilled). It glides well and tracked straight. With medium-hard paddling, it has no problem to go fast. Very stable and thus easy to launch. We have in a few occasion hit some rough rocks in more shallow arae and fortunately, the material is tough enough to take it. No leaks, no problem, no complaint. I look forward to taking my fishing pole with me next time.

Houman Nikmanesh Verified Owner 5/16/2021 5.0 out of 5 stars.

Love the 385ft. Packs into a small portable bag. Once inflated, the boat fits a ton of gear or two people and gear. Picture above is with our new J-2 Bixpy Jet Motor. Fantastic combo!! the boat is rigid enough to give us really good speed and super stable. Built in fin box makes motorizing the boat a snap with the Bixpy SUP adapters. Thanks Sea Eagle!!

Joe Cristello Verified Owner 5/15/2021 3.0 out of 5 stars.

First impressions unboxing. I splurged and got the pro series for the nicer paddles and seats. The paddles don’t click together and have an asymmetrical bar, which I don’t know if that’s a “thing” but it’s a surprise. Obviously the bigger problems is the paddle not clicking in and locking into one half of the bar. The other thing I want to warn buyers about - If your looking at thing bag and thinking “that looks pretty useless”...it is... Hopefully when I get back to where I keep my <$300 inflatable SUP I can use that bag for this, that bag has a thick rubber mesh and actually shoulder straps. I can’t even use these straps to through this on my back, and otherwise this bag is a glorified tarp with straps. One inflated the kayak is very easy to carry for one person though. Hopefully I’m able to work something out with their customer support for the paddles, their reputation (for quality and customer service) is a main reason I chose this over others.

Sea Eagle's reply:

Thank you for the review. For any assistance regarding the use an storage of your boat please fee free to contact us anytime.

Otherwise see our instructional video

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