Sea Eagle 393rl Inflatable Kayaks and Canoe Reviews
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After years of enjoying the SE330, I upgraded to the RazorLite so I could go faster and further on the big lake reservoir nearby (Jordan Lake, NC). On my first couple tryouts, I was disappointed to see that the new kayak wasn't turning as well as the SE330 nor going as fast as the rigid kayaks all around me. In an epiphany, I went to library and borrowed four instructional books on "how to kayak." (Dennis Stuhaug's kayaking book was the best for me as a beginner.) I learned the sweep strokes and weight shifts to turn my kayak easily. For going fast, I finally learned how to do a forward stroke properly. With the RazorLite and my new paddling techniques, I am easily going three times the distance than I have ever gone before. (I like to use a boat dock so that after paddling I can clean up the kayak before putting it into my little Toyota. I store the folded kayak in a storage room, placing it in the cardboard box it originally came in. Neat and tidy. ) Thank you Sea Eagle for such a great product!
This Kayak is very quick to setup and portable, I carry it on the back of my adventure bike all the time.Its very stable and handles rivers and lakes great, haven't been in much white water but all other conditions, every time it's inflated it's a race to see you gets to use it first. Lots of friends and family have plans of buying one for next yearly
We bought 2 of these to go with our RV. We wanted inflatables to take less space. The 10 PSI is great as it makes really hard sides for smooth sailing over the water.
I would recommend my Sea Eagle RazorLite for anyone who likes flat water paddling.
The deep Skegg and hard nosed bow keeps it AMAZINGLY stable. My dog Ruby and I have been on many lakes in the Sierra's with it.show full review ▼