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Why choose an inflatable? Most inflatable kayaks steer and move forward like an unusually stubborn brick and tear on the first patch of rough rock or underwater tree branch they encounter, but not our range. We have chosen the models from raft manufacturersSevylor and Gumotex because they are tough and more rigid when inflated than cheap competitors, so you get a proper kayaking experience without struggling to move on the water and a boat that lasts.

The advantages over rigid boats are clear. You can fold away your boat at the end of the day and pop it in the boot of your car, no need for roofracks and tie-downs. When you get home, it can go under the bed or in the linen cupboard out of the way. The are also excellent for international travel and great for kids, because they won't sink no matter how hard you try. You can't crack your head on it if you fall out, and they are easy to flip back over if you do manage to capsize.

Our favourite for flat water is the Sevylor Colorado, which comes in a solo and a double version (the double version can also be paddled as a single by moving the seats). It's a great all purpose model for adults, kids and anyone who wants to get into kayaking without the inconvenience of a rigid boat. Like all Sevylor inflatables, it comes with a tough storage bag to pack it into. The Sevylor Sport Kayak is a great whitewater boat, tough and highly rigid due to a high pressure floor. Available in single (SKS100), or double (SKS200) models. For those who want a cheaper option you cannot go wrong with the Sevylor Canyon.

Because the boats pack down, we can despatch them using standard services for the standard postage prices. Another bonus!

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