Kayaks provide a safe, relatively inexpensive, and portable way to explore the waterways around your campsite. Most kayaks have a rigid, plastic hull. These rigid hull kayaks provide the best protection from rocks, scrapes, and general damage you’d expect when floating near the shore or down rocky river passages.
Inflatable Kayaks No Longer Pool Toys
If you’re looking for a new way to experience the outdoors, and aren’t interested in hitching a full-sized rigid kayak to the top of your vehicle, consider an inflatable kayak.
One fear some would-be inflatable kayak purchasers have is that they’re not as durable as the old-school hard-shelled models. While a plastic-hulled kayak will surely hold up better to extreme use, you’d be surprised how durable some inflatable kayaks can be.
This Sea Eagle model doesn’t flinch with even the most extreme of abuse thrown at it.
I was sold after he dropped the brick. But then came the Jeep, and wow – these inflatable kayaks can really take a beating!