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Recent Inflatable Kayak Reviews

Sea Eagle Sport 370

rated 4 of 5 stars Very good for flat water, but challenging for fishing. I bought this kayak for fishing at my local reservoir. Bought it used on Craigslist and got a great deal, but the price new is still very reasonable. It's convenient to not need a trailer or car top carrier to haul around and it's reasonably light for a grown man. Might be a struggle to carry if you're on the smaller side, but it's a big kayak. I had my doubts about inflatables before I did my research, but this is definitely not a pool toy. Full review

BIC Sport YAKKAir Lite 1

rated 3 of 5 stars After two years of light use, one of the seams in the inflatable floorboard gave way, making the floorboard unusable. I was able to fashion a rigid floorboard out of rigid insulation paneling, and the boat actually tracks better now than it did with the inflatable floorboard. But the failure of that part makes me doubt the quality of all the other parts. Full review

Sea Eagle Explorer 380x Pro Package

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Extremely versatile, portable, easy to use "water SUV" that is perfect for any type of adventure one could imagine. This review is for the Sea Eagle Explorer 380X Pro package. The major difference between Pro and Deluxe is the seats: I like Pro seats much better but for more information look it up at the manufacturer website. I've been using this kayak for three seasons now and the fourth season is approaching. The quality of the kayak itself is fairly good: the body/hull is intact and holds up… Full review

Advanced Elements AdvancedFrame Expedition Kayak

rated 5 of 5 stars This is the gold standard for inflatable folding kayaks. The Expedition is so portable I have taken it on airplanes as an ordinary checked bag. On the water, this recreational kayak handles well and has way more glide per stroke than the smaller models from the same manufacturer. The materials are tough and well-made. I am delighted with my Expedition. I have used it for more than four years and it is still going strong. The boat is very well-constructed of tough materials. The outer hull shows… Full review

Advanced Elements Lagoon1

rated 5 of 5 stars This inflatable folding kayak is portable on buses and inside SmartCars and by small people. A very dependable recreational kayak, well-made with a terrific warranty. Available from the manufacturer, some stores, and West Marine stores and website. The Lagoon is my favourite kayak of the several different boats I own. I've used an older version of the Lagoon for eight years without it failing. It's still a reliable, convenient recreational kayak. Here's a photo of me using it for the first time,… Full review

Tributary Tomcat Tandem

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Overall a good inflatable kayak and fun to use. I like the length of this kayak—plenty of leg space for both people. I don't like the valve covers very well. I prefer the kind on the NRS Outlaw II.  I also prefer the seat valves on the Outlaw II over the ones on the Tomcat. This is a fun kayak and is good in both calm and white water. I don't like how water catches in the front and the back of the self bailer when you are done and want to dry it out. When I get home I have to unroll it and let… Full review

Sea Eagle Sport 370

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Sea Eagle 370 is everything I hoped it would be, and more. The Sea Eagle 370 is everything I hoped it would be, and more. This inflatable kayak is what I’ll call quality with value.  I wanted to get something to make my camping trips with my daughters more fun and appealing to them.  Since they vary in age range, hiking (especially longer ones) aren’t always ideal. So I targeted something to play on the water with, and I researched a LOT before deciding upon the Sea Eagle 370.  I am very… Full review

Innova Kayaks K2

rated 4 of 5 stars Great raft for novice kayaking. It's inflatable so it can fit in compact vehicles, yet inflates big enough for two or more pupils (max 4 adults). Tight squeeze. It still has space for camping gear with two adults. I started kayaking down the Kern River in California. Not a fast river, great for novice kayaking very enjoyable for beginners. Great exercise and workout. Best part it is inflatable and can be carried almost anywhere and still light enough to maneuver by just one person. Pricey, but I… Full review

Tributary Tomcat Tandem

rated 5 of 5 stars Very durable yet maneuverable inflatable. Plenty of lounging room for a float and bloat but also cargo space for multi-day whitewater adventures. When we are going to paddle a river for the first time for up to ten days this is our go-to boat. If we had to portage, we could. If we need a second cooler, it fits. If we crash through craziness, she keeps on floating! When properly rigged the seats are pure luxury. Stability is off the charts, we often fish standing up even while in swift water. On… Full review

Top-Rated Inflatable Kayaks

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Advanced Elements AdvancedFrame Convertible Kayak
$699 - $799
Advanced Elements AdvancedFrame Expedition Kayak
$680 MSRP
Advanced Elements AdvancedFrame Kayak
$499 - $539
Advanced Elements AdvancedFrame Sport Kayak
$55 - $449
Advanced Elements AirFusion Elite
Advanced Elements Attack
Advanced Elements FireFly
$219 - $229
Advanced Elements Friday Harbor Adventure Tandem Kayak
Advanced Elements Lagoon 2
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Advanced Elements Lagoon1
Advanced Elements Lagoon2 Tandem
Advanced Elements PackLite Kayak
Advanced Elements StraitEdge Angler
Advanced Elements StraitEdge Kayak
Advanced Elements StraitEdge2 Tandem
$950 MSRP
Aire BAKraft Hybrid
Aire Force
Aire Lynx I
Aire Lynx II
$1,499 - $1,549
Aire Outfitter I
$1,399 - $1,449
Aire Outfitter II
Aire Sabertooth 12
Aire Sea Tiger Tandem
Aire Super Lynx Tandem
Aire Tributary Sawtooth 2
Aire Tributary Strike 1
Aire Tributary Strike 2
Aire Tributary Tomcat 1
Aire Tributary Tomcat 2
Aquaglide Blackfoot HB Angler SL
Aquaglide Blackfoot HB Angler XL
$800 - $999
Aquaglide Chelan HB One
$704 - $799
Aquaglide Chelan HB Tandem XL
Aquaglide Chelan HB Two
$880 - $999
Aquaglide Chinook XP One
Aquaglide Chinook XP Tandem XL
Aquaglide Chinook XP Two
$360 - $429
Aquaglide Columbia XP One
$440 - $499
Aquaglide Columbia XP Tandem XL
$616 - $699
Aquaglide Columbia XP Two
$528 - $599
Aquaglide Deschutes HB Tandem XL
Aquaglide Klickitat HB One
$528 - $599
Aquaglide Klickitat HB Two
Aquaglide Panther XP
$312 - $349
Aquaglide Rogue XP One
Aquaglide Rogue XP Two
Aquaglide Teton
Aquaglide Yakima
$136 - $149
BIC Sport Kalyma Tandem
BIC Sport Nomad HP1
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