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by seanymph . Updated: 6 years ago ago

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Current Designs: New for 2010, the Vision 120 is the smallest member of Current Designs Vision family. - It's a great learning boat for women, teens, or other smaller paddlers. - It's short 12' length allows for superior handling while still displaying surprisingly good tracking for a boat of its short stature. Lower decks and the confidence inspiring 24" width allows the paddler to experience a true kayak fit and feel while developing a myriad of skills at their own pace. And at only 28 lbs the Vision 120 is truly the best combination jof light weight, toughness, and value you'll find.
Current Designs: Solstice GT & GTS: -  - The Solstice GT (yellow boat on picture): - is the flag ship of Current Designs touring kayak fleet and the most popular composite kayak ever made. Re-designed for 2010, Current Designs increased foot room and improved the hull shape of this classic. The new internal rudder line system and hatch straps give the deck a clean appeal. -  - The updated hull design delivers a predictable feel while slicing through the water. Like all Solstice's, the GT has outstanding acceleration, glide, and tracking. The ample volume storage hatches have enough room for exursions on the biggest waters of the world. -  -  -  - The Solstice GTS (red boat on picture): - is for paddler who wants a North American style kayak in a highly efficient package. Re-designed for 2010, Current Designs added foot room, improved the hull shape, and upgraded the deck fittings making for one snazzy looking boat. -  - Current Designs also widened the keyhole cockpit slightly to make for an easier to enter cockpit while still staying true to it's sporty fit. Great for water big and small, and trips long and short anywhere on the planet.
Current Designs: New for 2010, the Kestrel 140 OC is an open cockpit kayak for paddlers looking for more room then Current Designs Kestrel 120 OC. This open cockpit design is more secure than any sit on top and more roomy than standard sit in kayaks. Large enough to fit almost anybody, super stable and comfortable seating, this boat can be shared with all of your family and friends for hours of paddling fun for everyone. Rudder is optional.
Current Designs: The Caribou is a classic Greenland design that has a cult-like following. Receiving some improvements and modifications for 2010, the chines were softened a bit and flat sections were made convex. The deck was modernized with more flowing lines and the cockpit was moved forward. - Now more beautiful than ever, it has amazing initial stability and edge holding capabilities. Couple that with its wave catching powers and you have a great kayak that's fast, nimble, and a pure joy to paddle. Skeg, back band, and thigh braces come standard.





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