LiquidLogic Freeride

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You've been waiting for a river-runner that'll open up the playful potential of your local river, and the Liquid Logic Freeride 67 Kayak is just the tool for the job. Squat with low volume and plenty of bow rocker, the hull feels both loose enough to roll quickly and predictable enough to carry speed through a variety of water conditions. Smaller, intermediate whitewater paddles will be able to slide right into fast-moving water and feel confident surfing holes, straight-lining through tight sections, and cartwheeling to their hearts' content.


Liquidlogic Freeride Whitewater Kayak - The concept of the Freeride kayak is that it is not subject to any set course, goals or rules, which leaves you free to have the most creative ride possible in your local backyard river or at that sweet park in the middle of town. The Freeride 57 and Freeride 67 designed by the gurus over at Liquidlogic exemplify all attributes of river play. Smooth surfing, balance cartwheels, massive loops all wrapped up in a comfortable kayak that you can hang out in all day. Inspired by the all-day responsiveness of race car seats, Bad-Ass outfitting is supple, snug and connects the paddler and kayak with unmatched adjustability. The Liquidlogic Freeride whitewater kayak blends the soul of the past with the technology of present in a vision for the future.

- Outdoorplay

LiquidLogic Freeride

previously retailed for:
$769.30 - $1,098.95

The LiquidLogic Freeride is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 21, 2015 at

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