If you’ve already scoured the site, you’ll realize that while this website is all about inflatable kayaks (also known as blow up kayaks), we have also been including viral type stories as well as articles that include regional information tied to sister activities (like hiking), regional kayaking destinations, beach spots, and much, much more!
While we want to entertain all of our visitors, our primary job is to provide you with reliable reviews of inflatable kayaks. With that in mind, with the ever growing updates, we wanted to compile a list of all of your inflatable kayak reviews in ONE SPOT, so they are easy and convenient to find for you.
Here is a complete list so far:
- Sevylor Tahiti Fishing & Hunting Inflatable Kayak Review
- Rave Sea Rebel Inflatable Kayak Review
- Sevylor QuickPak Coverless Sit-On-Top Inflatable Kayak Review
- Airhead AHTK-2 Montana Performance Kayak Review
- Airhead AHTK-1 Montana Performance Kayak Review
- Sea Eagle Sport 370 Pro Kayak Review
- Advanced Elements Kayak Review
What’s The Best Inflatable Kayak On The Market?
If that’s what you’re wondering, you could spend hundreds of dollars, even thousands. What you need to determine is what’s the right type of inflatable kayak for you!
The first thing two things to consider are your budget and if you want a one seater or a two seater kayak (or solo versus tandem).
If you have a partner that you will always be going on adventures with, then obviously, start your research with tandem inflatable kayaks. If you love flying solo or are carry more of an independent, then definitely shop for a solo one.
Now, one more thing to consider is if you want to go fishing in one of these babies, because then you have… wait for it… *ta-daaaa*: inflatable fishing kayak!
Weight and transportation are a couple other factors most people have considered when they start looking into inflatable options. For instance, if you live in a studio or a small apartment, it makes sense to invest in a kayak you can deflate and store away in a corner (instead of a hard shelled option, that costs a lot more anyway!)
Weight will matter in two ways: how much do you want to carry and also, how much weight can the kayak itself take? Within each one of our reviews, we discuss these details in a table format so it’s easy to compare and choose.