Sea Eagle Inflatable Kayak | RazorLite 473rl | Drop Stitch Tandem Kayak - Review


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Sea Eagle 473rl Razorlite Inflatable Kayak - https://bit.ly/33ohcpH

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We have had our Sea Eagle 473rl Inflatable kayak for a few months now and have had plenty of time on the water. It has been a great boat so far and we wish we knew about it sooner. We are able to throw it in a small car and head out to the water without needing a big truck, trailer or roof mounting system. It does take 10 or so minutes to setup but the convenience of the smaller package makes it all well worth it. The drop stitch outer hulls blow up to 10psi and become very rigid. It is extremely easy to paddle and glides along in the water with its flat bottom. With the fin attached to the bottom it tracks incredibly straight (almost too straight).


Kayaking Gear:

5l Dry Bag: https://amzn.to/2ZyDHqU

20L Dry Bag: https://amzn.to/32s9Emp

Hydro Flask - https://amzn.to/32sUAVL


Kayaking Safety Gear:

Astral Ronny (Mens PFD) - https://bit.ly/3msZMRA

Astral Linda (Womens PFD) - https://bit.ly/3mhHnH3

NRS Co-Pilot Knife - https://amzn.to/3mhI5Ed

Fox 40 Safety Whistle - https://amzn.to/35zsiuQ


Kayak Carts:

Suspenz DLX Kayak Cart (for V Bottom Hulls): https://amzn.to/3it36ts

Suspenz DLX Kayak Cart (for Flat Hulls): https://bit.ly/3bT9Uhz


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