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Remix 69

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This board is my first whitewater kayak and I've really honed my skills in on this one. It is a little longer than most creekers, but makes for a fast ride. Has some cool color options, and maneuvers well. Stable. Bought a Remix 69 used at NOC for their GAF sale. Great boat for my first kayak. Taken it down plenty of high class 3s and some 4s. Actually a good flat water paddling kayak considering the length and build. This makes it nice to use for casual paddling. The badass outfitting is great,… Full review

Remix XP 10

rated 5 of 5 stars Great all-around boat. Yes, there are boats better suited for flat-water or whitewater, but it nicely combines the best of both worlds. As stated in the summary, great all-around boat. Handles Class 2/3 with ease and is what I'd consider "good enough" for shorter flat-water excursions. The storage available makes it a good choice for overnight river trips that may include some whitewater along the route. While the width is great for stability, it does make it a little difficult to roll. Overall… Full review

Remix XP 10

rated 5 of 5 stars This is such a smooth ride. I never get the feeling of sore bottom. Tons of storage space, slim line with quick response. This is one quick ride, worth the investment. I fish, photograph, and cruise in this kayak. Love my Liquid Logic. Full review

Remix 79

rated 4 of 5 stars The Remix 79 is a great all around boat for the beginner to the more advanced paddler. If there is anything negative to say it would have to be, in low water the 79 does seem to scrape a little often(but what boat doesn't ) when you consider the Remix is designed for a larger paddler the scrapping is normal. I'm 5'9" 225 lbs and I love this boat. Easy to control, roll, eddy just a great all around boat. River running, creeking, guiding, instructing no problem, this is a boat I will keep on the water. Full review

Inuit 12.5

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a very stable platform and can handle rough water with the best of them. I own a guided sea kayaking company in northwest Montana. I have paddled a Dagger Catalyst for over 16 years. I wanted something similar to the Catalyst for my fleet, but they no longer make that model. I was turned onto Liquid Logic this year by a friend. I wanted the Liquid Logic Inuit 13'5 for my fleet. After talking to the Liquid Logic rep I found out that the 13'5 model does not have a universal cockpit. However,… Full review

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