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Reviews for Mark-II Kayak by Long Haul Folding Kayaks


Rated: 10/10 Based On: 3 Reviews

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10-18-2012
Submitted by: Doi NomaziSend Email
Rating: 10 of 10

     This is the ultimate expedition folding kayak and I can say that without reservations after returning from another trip in the Danube Delta and on the Black Sea.
http://vimeo.com/50826642

The boat takes a lot of gear and yet flies through the surf. Extremely durable and stable while sailing through 25 knots gusts, yet easy to paddle on narrow channels.
Can't wait to take it back to the Everglades this December.

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01-16-2012
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Rating: 10 of 10

     We have the customized Commando version of the Mark II. We just tested the boat in the Everglades in December. Excellent kayak for paddling and sailing. Yes, a bit heavy, but worth every ounce when you expect it to stay together while sailing fully loaded in the surf.

See our video at:
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This is the story of the first 76.4 miles water journey paddling and sailing our new Long Haul Mark II Commando folding kayak in the beautiful and quite challenging Everglades National Park. Enjoy!

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06-03-2004
Submitted by: mjeSend Email
Rating: 10 of 10

     The Long Haul Mark-II is dimensionally identical to a Klepper Aerius II, but inside it has a number of major improvments. The frame is stronger, and the gussets have been redesigned to reduce stress risers. The complex stamped aluminum assembly fittings have been replaced with simpler stainless steel fittings. The result is a boat that's every bit as seaworthy as the Aerius II, but more rugged and faster to assemble. The downside is that the Long Haul boat is a little heavier than the Klepper, but the increased ruggedness is worth it. This has impressed various US special forces, who reportedly are replacing their Kleppers with Long Hauls.
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