Jackson Kayaks Journey 14
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The Jackson All Star Kayak features tried and true performance you can count on. Beginners enjoy the fastest learning curve of any up and coming playboaters. Your first spin, surf, loop, cartwheel or even Eskimo roll will be rewarded with an easier to perform boat. Intermediates really begin to set the All-Star loose with explosive pop in the wedged shape bow and stern, speedy hull, and easy to get off the water design. Experts have already earned the 1st-5th places in the last World Championships in Thun, Switzerland in the Men?s Pro class. Need we say more?
If you're the kind of adventurer whose road isn't a road at all, then you'll love how the Jackson Journey 14 Kayak is built for serious on-water journeys. Durable, extra-hard resin is shaped to provide the mix of stability and speed you need on open water. Fill the dry storage bins with enough gear, food, and supplies to survive multiple days of paddling up the coast or around an island, and lose yourself (metaphorically, that is) on the water.
Jackson Kayaks Journey 14 Rudder Ready Touring KayakDesigned for the touring paddler who seeks out a boat to champion themselves into the next levels of their adventures. The Journey offers speed, stability and comfort for paddlers looking to push their adventures to greater heights. This kayak utilizes best-in-class design techniques in edge control, something very important rarely found in 14 foot type touring boats. Whether you are paddling just for the day or for several days, the Journey is fantastic.The Basics: Jackson Kayaks designs have made our whitewater kayaks #1. There is exceptional history behind the craftmanship of Dave Knight and Tony Lee. The Journey's construction takes advantage of what these two have learned over the many years of designing the worlds best kayaks, making this boat durable beyond expectations. From a materials standpoint, we use the same plastic resin in our touring kayaks as we do for our most hard
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