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Super EZ, Big EZ or EZ ????

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Super EZ, Big EZ or EZ ????
by Al

Super EZ, Big EZ, or EZ as a C1. What would make the best one for me? I`m sitting between 160- 165 pounds. I`m mainly looking for play, but don`t want to give up to many of the down river features. Any help here would be much appreciated.

Al

Posted on Oct 5, 2002, 1:34 PM

Not Super Ez.
by Kev

Def not Super EZ that wayy to big for ya. If you have the chance to paddle even as kayaks, get into the Big ez and EZ and see how the perform.

Posted on Oct 7, 2002, 1:06 PM

try the ez...
by Mike W. Mike W.

I'm around 185 & paddle the big ez. At 20-25lbs. less weight I'd suggest the ez. Try both & see what you think though.
I demoed a big by removing the backband & kneeling in it. Yeah, that doesn't leave anything to hold you in the boat, but it surfed great so I bought one & converted it.
Mike W.

Posted on Oct 8, 2002, 6:03 AM

Keep the C!
Adam

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I have been paddling for a…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 5/18/2006

I have been paddling for a little over 2 years now, and am running class three with a few class fours every now and then. I started with a Dagger Gradient creek boat, and thats what i learned in. Last year i was given a Dagger GTX from a friend who didnt want it, (as he always has to have the latest boat out there and money is no object for him) and have been using it for most all my runs. ( I am a river runner) I learned right away that hard chines on the boat makes poor secondary stability, and the stern is more grabby in eddy lines, but it made me a better kayaker. Late last summer, my friends persuaded me to demo a Big EZ, and i loved it. Mostly because i could do enders and bow stalls, something i could not do before in either one of my old boats. I was upside down alot on the river that day, but thats because i really pushed it, trying to see what the boat would do. Then last week i finally broke down and bought a new one. I took it out over the weekend, but didnt push it too much as the weather was colder, and the water even colder. But i noticed how easy the boat carves, and turns. Most of the reviews i have read, trash the boat on its speed. I totally disagree. No, its not the fastest boat on flat water, but its not as bad as some say. A word to the wise for new boaters: The stern is almost always under or at the water level, causing it to be more grabby on eddy lines. But this is a great boat for intermediate boaters.

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This boat is awesome for…

Submitted by: paddler231156 on 6/24/2005

This boat is awesome for river running & some play boating. If ur doing class 1-3 rapids this boat is great. I have used a bunch of different boats & this one is really good.

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I finally bought a spud boat.…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 6/10/2003

I finally bought a spud boat. My last kayak was (is) a >10 ft long AQ2 and I am just getting back into paddling whitewater so this is quite a change. I did have an opportunity to demo several other playboats however so I do have some frame of comparison. The Big EZ outfitting is, I think, quite good and the boat is very comfortable. Compared to my "old school" kayak, this boat is of course ridiculously easy to turn and it wave surfs very easily without any worries about "pearling" the bow (because the bow ain't there). It feels very stable side surfing holes. I haven't tried enders as yet and I can't comment on rodeo moves like cartwheels or blunts because I don't know how to do them. I'm starting to work on stern squirts and my impression is that this boat will make them fairly easy. So what did I give up? SPEED, and effortless rolling ability. Although the boat does roll OK it definitely is less forgiving of a hurried or poor-form roll than my old boat. It also won't hold a line in current as easily but its incredible turning ability makes it easy to get back on line quickly. What this means is that you have to be a little more alert to maintaining your line in this type of boat rather than just "going with the flow". I think I will keep my AQ2 for now for running heavier water but I certainly see the potential in this boat. I don't think I'm going to be paddling it much on flatwater, though.

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I converted mine to C-1. I…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 3/18/2003

I converted mine to C-1. I did the Team ETC. conversion. It is a great playboat. It needs a steep wave to surf. Spins are easy on a fast wave. Stern squirts are effortless on both sides. I can squirt to my onside without an initiation stroke. It rolls extremely easily. Bow stalls are easy, just paddle foreward & rock your weight towards the bow to make it stand up. The 'yakers can't do this for some reason.

It is horribly slow. I would not personally take this boat down anything real technical as the lack of speed prevents me from making some of the moves that I need to. If someone is swimming, they are better off without your help, they can swim faster than you can pull 'em. It enders easy enough, but it just doesn't pop up in the air like my Cascade or Probe do. This was disapointing, but I guess it's caused by the lack of volume.

The boat is stable enough to allow an 8" pedestal & the cockpit opening gives plenty of room for big thighs. What was pleasantly suprising was that I was able to use an off the rack skirt.

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I just used my Big EZ this…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 9/23/2002

I just used my Big EZ this weekend for the first time. I am so impressed with how it does everything so easy and well. It is very loose and just by turning your head, can turn the boat. It carves really well. Its my first summer of boating and have been learning on an old Perception Dancer. I got in the Big EZ and rolled it 10 times in a row. I am 6'0" and weight about 165. Its very forgiving and would recommend it to anyone, even beginners for confidence, and a "do all" boat.

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BEST BOAT EVER!! I have been…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 8/27/2001

BEST BOAT EVER!! I have been paddling the big EZ all summer and I think it rocks. The boat is so small that you can shred up the shallowest play holes! This boat also makes learning new moves a piece of cake. For the paddler who likes to tear up the play holes and run big water but can't find a boat, search no more. The big EZ is slicy enough and short enough to kick ass at any play spot, but also has tons of volume, which is crucial in river running. So anyone who's reading this...if you haven't tried the big EZ then you are depriving yourself of the quality, control, and versatility that this boat has to offer. And if you have tried this boat, then you know what I'm talking about...and chances are, I like to think, that you have made a fine choice and purchased the big EZ! I think its clear to you now how much I love this boat. And once again...IT ROCKS!!

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I just got to paddle this…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 4/30/2001

I just got to paddle this kayak, and it is great! This years crop of kayaks are outstanding and it will be hard to pick which one is right for you. The Big EZ went vertical for me faster than any other kayak I have owned; but I am a bigger paddler also. The kayak transitioned from front to back surfing with ease, no catchy edges or snags. It felt comfortable with the minimum padding for me.(6', 205lbs, 11eee) Again, find the kayak that fits your size better. I complained about all of the companies coming out with kayaks so fast you could not keep up with them; but you have a greater selection of kayaks out now than have ever been out. They did a great job on the Big EZ for bigger guys. IF you have a shallow hole to play in this is a great kayak to have. Where larger kayaks bottom out the Big EZ does not.

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New for 2001 Wave Sport has…

Submitted by: paddler229187 on 4/12/2001

New for 2001 Wave Sport has introduced the Big EZ. The larger version of the also new EZ. I have been paddling the Big EZ in a pool for about a month just working on strokes and rolling in preparation for the new season. Last week was my first chance to get the boat out on some moving water.

A note for Beginners. DON'T BUY THIS BOAT. As with most new designs coming out of the whitewater market, the new designs cater mostly to the advanced boaters and those with great control in the hole. If you are an intermediate or expert whitewater boater you will love the boat for it's namesake. It makes those advanced moves very easy.

The draw back is that with a beginner it will toss them around too much. Wave Sport gives this boat a 4 out of 5 star rating for my weight class in river running ability and I believe that's a bit too high. In the rapids this boat is great, but if there is any amount of flatwater at all between your playspots, this boat is a chore to paddle.

It's also very small. They advertize it as being for bigger boaters but I'm only 5'6" and I have a hard time fitting my feet into the end of this boat. Don't even think about wearing paddling shoes. A rodeo sock will have to do.

The one great new feature in all of Wave Sports new 2001 boats is the F.A.T. system. This custom fit system allows you to leave the shop with a custom fit boat without having to clue pads in all over the place. Being what I consider to be a shorter boater myself, I always run into problems with the "Thigh" pads. For me they end up being "Knee" pads because my legs are too short. With the adjustability on the new boats with the F.A.T. system I actually have greater control because the pads actually can be adjusted back to fit on my thighs. THANK YOU WAVE SPORT.

By the way, it looks like this feature will be showing up on some other manufacterers boats for next season. I believe I saw a Perception Prototype with it.

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This classic river running play boat is a highly rockered responsive yet forgiving kayak, ideal for beginner/intermediate paddlers looking to progress on moving water between grade one and three/four white water.

The kayak has the usual superficial surface scratches (with the deepest shown in the photos) and has no dents, welds or other damage. I have included the original additional foam for your own customization as well as the original Wave Sport water bottle.

Whether you have aspirations of eddy hopping and ferry gliding or pulling off your first cartwheel and surfing clean waves, this boat will serve you well.

7ft long, 51 gallon capacity, 27 inches wide, 13 inches deep.

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    Seller:manitoba74✉️(189)100%, Location:East Molesey, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item:192597609286Kayak Wave Sport BIG EZ. Impulse purchase. Tried it and realized I feel a I feel a bit claustrophobic in a Kayak. (I’ve gone the open canoe route now). Grab a bargain. Watertight, Used but overall very good condition and should handle very well in the river. This is a wave sport Big EZ. Paddle (as seen in picture included). There is something which I assume is for your feet but that's not fitted and is loose in the kayak (It came like that - please refer to photo's. ) Any questions please ask. More items for sale, please view my other listings. For Collection only.Weekdays/during work hours (Epsom area)After hours/weekends : East/West Molesey areaOn 18-Jul-18 at 17:34:23 BST, seller added the following information: A lot of people have asked max rider weight / height etc. From what I can source online a lot of people say "Great boat for bigger sized paddlers". I'll be adding measurements soon. There are a few catalogs I've sourced online but can't find an online catalogue of this particular year model so I'm assuming it's a 2005 model? Here are some specs of the older models: (Please copy and paste them in a browser window to view) https://www.wavesport.com/sites/default/files/documents/products/WS%202004.pdf https://www.wavesport.com/sites/default/files/documents/products/WS%202001.pdf http://www.otter-sports.com/desc.ydev?prodid=601 And what appears to be a year newer model: https://www.wavesport.com/sites/default/files/documents/products/WS%202006.pdf Here's a list of all their available catalogues online: https://www.wavesport.com/en/customer-service/support/archived-catalogues PLEASE NOTE: You're more than welcome to view the item before bidding.On 18-Jul-18 at 22:08:13 BST, seller added the following information: Sorry about the delay! Finally got around to measuring everything. Cockpit width about 19” across Cockpit length is about 32.8” (see additional photos of how it was measured please). Length of the Kayak approx 86” (7.2ft I think) Width of Kayak approx 24.5”On 20-Jul-18 at 12:03:05 BST, seller added the following information: ****RESPONSE FROM WAVESPORT**** "The Big EZ is the second biggest of the EZ range. The full tech specs can be found on page 7 of this product catalogue compared of the Range and the EZ can be Viewed on page 15 https://www.wavesport.com/sites/default/files/documents/products/WS%202006.pdf "On 22-Jul-18 at 15:54:12 BST, seller added the following information: ***please note*** Not available for collection on sat 28th or sun 29th July (but available prior to that or late Sunday evening too) mostly due to the prudential bike event over the upcoming weekend. (Available for collection the following week and weekend too though).Condition:Used, Condition:Used. Paddle in photos included too., Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted, Boat Type:Kayak, Seating:Single, Brand:wave sport

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    Let’s make it short and sweet: the EZ is.

    Wakeboards, trick skis, snowboards, skateboards and just about any other trick performance toy designed to be maneuverable and fun are short. Shorter is better when you want a boat that reacts as fast as you think. The EZ’s volume is concentrated around your body, keeping you floating high and your tips out of the water, where they can’t catch, making river running easier. Boofing, turning and eddy hopping will never be the same. Paddle to a shallow pourover and cartwheel until you’ve had enough without beating your boat and body on the rocks. Clean cartwheels on the bow and stern in flatwater, counter clockwheels, aerial moves, and every other trick in the book can all be yours. When you’re ready to take your local play spot for all it’s worth, the EZ will be there for the taking. "

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    I ran in this boat for probably 7 years no matter what river or how much water. Still could bow and stern stall in flatwater. It did it all. Easily my favorite design ever. I'm currently in a Jitsu 6.0 and hard debating finding another BigEZ. I could do everything in the Ez that the Jitsu can except get the boat all the way out of the water.

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    Wave Sport Kayak's Creeker: The Recon - Rapid Magazine - Rapid Media

    End of an Era: A look back at the Wave Sport legacy

    Eric Southwick

    When Confluence Outdoor recently announced that it is ceasing distribution of iconic whitewater brand Wave Sport in North America, and only keeping the kayaks available in Europe, it ushered in the end of an era, and a brand long credited with helping the sport gain more mainstream traction.

    Everyone from former world freestyle champions Eric Jackson and Ken Whiting to Dan Gavere, Jimmy Blakeney and more did their time in Wave Sport’s team trenches, launching careers that continue to this day. Iconic boats like the X, Y and Z, as well as the Frankenstein, Diesel, foot-pinching XXX and Stubby (“Have you seen my Stubby?”) all graced retailers shelves at one time or another, and inventions like the Wave Box helped bring paddling to the people.

    "Take two of these and call me in the morning," reads a Wave Sport ad from C&K's Oc

    All this was spearheaded by eccentric ringleader and company founder Chan Zwanzig, who sold to Confluence in 1998 but was always as much a kid at heart as the paddlers in his charge. He got the brand going with the Lazer and turbo-boosted it with the X, all with an eye toward targeting the younger skateboard generation.

    “At the time, I was the only owner of a whitewater kayak company with full control who cared more about making boats than making money,” he says, crediting such paddlers and innovators as E.J. and Corran Addison as contributing largely to the sport. “The paddling industry should be secondary to its culture.”

    With that attitude, when asked how he felt about the brand disappearing from the North American market, his answer shouldn’t sound surprising: “Truthfully, I’m not really that sad because I have all the Wave Sport EZGs I need for the rest of my life.”

    To that end, and to help cement the brand’s legacy, we went to some of its former paddlers for their last respects as well.

    Vintage Gavere. Photo by Taylor Robertson, originally featured in C&K's 2009 Whitewater annual 'Standing Tall' feature.

    Dan Gavere (Rocky Mountain Sales, Starboard SUP, Trident Sports; Team member, 1995-2005)
    “I always say that when remembering my kayaking experiences, I have cataloged them into my brain by boat not by date. When I pull up most of my memories when it comes to kayaking they all contain stories and happenings that were found by seeing the world by the seat of my kayak. Wave Sport was originally introduced to me by Eric Jackson. After the first trial run of a Kinetic where I hit a 14-point cartwheel in the Corner Pocket hole on the Potomac, I was sold. I accepted the opportunity to paddle for them and started making my annual pilgrimage to Colorado to see Chan and the newest creation. We spent over a decade chasing the whitewater freestyle kayaking tour and from the Stubby to the Project I never felt like I had a disadvantage because of my equipment. In many cases just the opposite was true. The XXX was truly an evolutionary boat and in fact I made the US Squirt team and padded the XXX in the World Squirt championships. The twin-tip design, outfitting, and out of the box thinking led to some industry-leading innovation. I was lucky to be a part of and benefit from that, but most importantly many of my best friends and certainly most of my life’s best experiences came from finding myself sitting in a Wave Sport kayak. A huge thanks goes out to Chan Zwanzig, Andy Zimmerman, and the whole Confluence Camp of the years, for believing in me and more importantly building an awesome brand.”

    Clay Wright. Photo by Skip Brown

    Clay Wright (Team member, Jackson Kayak; former Wave Sport team member)
    “No more Wave Sport? So many images come to mind. Chan with tiny square glasses and a Lazer, Joel and Bo, Dan Brabec’s Stubby, Dan Gavere’s RV tour, EJ’s RV, plus the X,Y and XXX. Then there’s Jamie Simon and Jamie Cooper, Erica Mitchell and Jimmy Blakeney, DoubleYouEss, the Project, Wick’ n Tanya, Chris Emerick’s “Dashboard Burrito”, Charlie Beavers, Ted Keyes, Russell Sage, Deb Pinnegar, Ken Whiting and Tyler Curtis. Those were good times. While a brand is just a logo, the heart, soul and people behind it are a huge part of its success. Congrats to all those who made Wavesport such a powerhouse of positive passion for paddling!” (Read the full comments to this Facebook post of Wright’s, below)

    Whitewater 2003. Photo by Skip Brown

    Eric Jackson (President Jackson Kayak; Team member/designer 1995-2003)
    “Wave Sport was the first brand to really take a chance on me as an athlete, designer and ultimately the brand manager. Seeing it dwindle away and then disappear is sad. Wave Sport was the leader in athlete design and marketing in its day, changing the landscape of whitewater forever. I’ll never forget my time there. Watching people go ga-ga over the X boat was perhaps my favorite thing, as well as winning the men’s and women’s world championships.”

    Kirk competing in the Stage III Time Trial of the 2014 Whitewater Grand Prix. Photo by John Rathwell (see the full gallery).

    Bryan Kirk (Current Team Manager; Team member 2001-2015)
    “During whitewater kayaking’s boom during the late ’90s Wave Sport was the epitome of edginess and cool. Chan was even more passionate about pushing the sport’s progression and popularity than he was about partying, which is saying something. He built a brand that young kids from other sports could relate to by assembling a cutting-edge team who excelled not only at kayaking; Billy Craig at skating, Jimmy Blakeney at snowboarding and skating; Gavere at everything; Emerick at mountain biking, etc. The Wave Sport promo videos are, to this day, some of the best paddle-porn around and have developed an almost cult-like status. WS has had some game-changing designs over the years that, if you weren’t paddling, you were at a serious disadvantage – especially at rodeos. The X was the most revolutionary plastic kayak in the sport’s history in 1998. The XXX made the X’s hull even more slippery on waves, and it felt like cheating at cartwheels.”

    Whitewater 2003. Photo by Paul Villecourt

    Ken Whiting (President, Heliconia Press; Team member 1998-2004)
    “I’ll never forget hopping into the ‘X’ for the first time. For me, Wave Sport revolutionized whitewater paddling with that boat. Wave Sport completely dominated the freestyle scene early in the 2000s. There were about six years when virtually every boat on the Ottawa River was a Wave Sport. If you didn’t paddle a Wave Sport kayak, you stuck out like a sore thumb. I was always very proud to be a Wave Sport team member. I was proud of the product, but also proud of being part of a great team.”

    Jimmy Blakeney (Marketing Manager, BIC Sport USA; Team member 1996-2007)
    “I started and ended my whitewater career with Wave Sport – beginning when Chan owned it in 1996 through all the mergers and acquisitions. E.J. recruited me to the team and was a big mentor of mine. I became brand manager in 2003 when E.J. left to start JK and was stoked on the opportunity to give the brand a new vibe. We grew sales over 200 percent in three years, created the Wave Sport Open, developed the second-generation team (winning “Best Team” award in 2005) and second-generation boats with Robert Peerson. We also created ‘Doubleyouess’ as the Wave Sport team name. I lived and breathed Wave Sport for 11 years and love the brand to this day. I’m honored to have been part of it. There are so many incredible North American paddlers who made their careers through Wave Sport, including Erica Mitchell (my ex-wife), Ken Whiting, Jamie Simon, Eric Jackson, Tyler Curtis, Billy Craig, Dan Gavere, Kelsey Thompson, Chris Emerick, Ed Lucero, Luke Hopkins, Bryan Kirk, Brian Jennings (RIP), Charlie Beavers (RIP), Jed Selby, and many more. Hopefully the Euros will carry on the tradition and not forget it.”

    Ad from C&K's December 1999 issue, showcasing classic Wave Sport models like the XXX, X and Y.

    Luke Hopkins (manager, Body Glove Outdoor Division; Team member 1997-2000/2004-2007)
    “The brand brought together the top athletes in the prime of their life and infused a passion for kayaking and creating memories and bonds between those paddlers, and those bonds are now friendships that are lasting a lifetime.”

    Dan Brabec (Middle school science teacher; Team member, 1994-’99)
    “I met Chan at Gauley Fest. He was supposed to deliver a boat to someone else, and gave it to me instead. It was a Micro-X and later we squashed it down as a predecessor to the Frankenstein. The brand was pretty young when we first met. I was an East Coast guy; we saw a Lazer maybe once a year. We had no idea who they were. But Chan had this idea to put together a team of athletes to represent them on the water. It was the era of big rodeo, and in five years it went from nothing to a large powerhouse, with athletes winning world championships. That whole atmosphere wouldn’t have existed without Wave Sport. He dangled prize money in front of us as motivation. Tons of people wanted to get in on that. He also bought Chris Emerick and I a small video camera to shoot with. We started with a couple of simple promo videos, and then Emerick came out with Dashboard Burrito. Chan is an intense guy, the type who would do five things at a time, 24 hours a day. He was all over the place, always going a million miles an hour. But he got things done, and wanted to make kayaking the next cool kid sport. And he pushed it every way he could to do that.”

    The Wave Sport family, from a 1998 C&K advertisement.

    — Read the Unfiltered profile of Wave Sport founder Chan Zwanzig from C&K’s 2011 Whitewater annual.

    The article was originally published on Canoe & Kayak

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    Wave sport kinetic kayak -  300  Mooresville

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    Wave Sport Kinetic, 8’8”, 54 gallon, 37 pound , paddler weight 100-200lbs, paddler height 4’10” to 6’2”. This boat used very little, very good condition. “WaveSport, a versatile river runner with great freestyle moves. Balanced volume and thin ends combine with just the right amount of hard chine and planing surface. Lightning fast.”Includes Snap Dragon skirt, Perception flotation

  • Wave sport kinetic kayak -  300  Mooresville
    Wave sport kinetic kayak -  300  Mooresville

    Wave sport kinetic kayak - $300 (Mooresville)

    Wave Sport Kinetic, 8’8”, 54 gallon, 37 pound , paddler weight 100-200lbs, paddler height 4’10” to 6’2”. This boat used very little, very good condition. “WaveSport, a versatile river runner with great freestyle moves. Balanced volume and thin ends combine with just the right amount of hard chine and planing surface. Lightning fast.”Includes Snap Dragon skirt, Perception flotation

  • Wave Sport Fuse Kayak -  400  Westminster
    Wave Sport Fuse Kayak -  400  Westminster

    Wave Sport Fuse Kayak - $400 (Westminster)

    WaveSport Fuse Kayak is in great condition. It is a river running playboat very stable river runner fun playboat.length 7'boat weight 35 lbsvolume 64 gallonspaddler weight 190-270

  • Wave sport kinetic kayak -  350  Mooresville
    Wave sport kinetic kayak -  350  Mooresville

    Wave sport kinetic kayak - $350 (Mooresville)

    Wave Sport Kinetic, 8’8”, 54 gallon, 37 pound , paddler weight 100-200lbs, paddler height 4’10” to 6’2”. This boat used very little, very good condition. “WaveSport, a versatile river runner with great freestyle moves. Balanced volume and thin ends combine with just the right amount of hard chine and planing surface. Lightning fast.”Includes Snap Dragon skirt, Perception flotation

  • Wave Sport Fuse Kayak -  400  Westminster
    Wave Sport Fuse Kayak -  400  Westminster

    Wave Sport Fuse Kayak - $400 (Westminster)

    WaveSport Fuse Kayak is in great condition. It is a river running playboat very stable river runner fun playboat.length 7'boat weight 35 lbsvolume 64 gallonspaddler weight 190-270

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    Eastern Colorado, CO

  • Wave Sport Fuse Kayak -  400  Westminster
    Wave Sport Fuse Kayak -  400  Westminster

    Wave Sport Fuse Kayak - $400 (Westminster)

    WaveSport Fuse Kayak is in great condition. It is a river running playboat very stable river runner fun playboat.length 7'boat weight 35 lbsvolume 64 gallonspaddler weight 190-270

  • Whitewater Kayak - Wave sport Z -  350  Bakersfield
    Whitewater Kayak - Wave sport Z -  350  Bakersfield

    Whitewater Kayak - Wave sport Z - $350 (Bakersfield)

    Great condition, with few scratches no oil canning. Seen only class 2. Includes Snapdragon XL waist spray skirt and 1 side rear float bag

  • Wave Sport Big EZ kayak -  150  York
    Wave Sport Big EZ kayak -  150  York

    Wave Sport Big EZ kayak - $150 (York)

    It is a sturdy and durable kayak in decent condition besides a missing thigh rest/pad and a missing plug. I'm asking $150. Email me for any inquiries.

  • Wave sport Whitewater kayak -  275  Rio Rancho
    Wave sport Whitewater kayak -  275  Rio Rancho

    Wave sport Whitewater kayak - $275 (Rio Rancho)

    Wavesport Transformer whitewater kayak. It’s used used but in good condition. Make me an offer!

  • Wave sport Whitewater kayak -  275  Rio Rancho
    Wave sport Whitewater kayak -  275  Rio Rancho

    Wave sport Whitewater kayak - $275 (Rio Rancho)

    Wavesport Transformer whitewater kayak. It’s used used but in good condition. Make me an offer!

  • Wave Sport Big EZ kayak -  150  York
    Wave Sport Big EZ kayak -  150  York

    Wave Sport Big EZ kayak - $150 (York)

    It is a sturdy and durable kayak in decent condition besides a missing thigh rest/pad and a missing plug. I'm asking $150. Email me for any inquiries.

  • Wave sport Whitewater kayak -  275  Rio Rancho
    Wave sport Whitewater kayak -  275  Rio Rancho

    Wave sport Whitewater kayak - $275 (Rio Rancho)

    Wavesport Transformer whitewater kayak. It’s used used but in good condition. Make me an offer!

  • Wave Sport Big EZ kayak -  150  York
    Wave Sport Big EZ kayak -  150  York

    Wave Sport Big EZ kayak - $150 (York)

    It is a sturdy and durable kayak in decent condition besides a missing thigh rest/pad and a missing plug. I'm asking $150. Email me for any inquiries.

  • Wave sport whitewater kayak   gear -  350  SE Boise
    Wave sport whitewater kayak   gear -  350  SE Boise

    Wave sport whitewater kayak + gear - $350 (SE Boise)

    I haven’t used it in 5 years. I kept holding on thinking my kids would take it up, but we ended up going the rafting route instead. Selling the kayak, IR spray skirt, perception carbon paddle, Wild Wasser floatation, and Bomber Gear back/hip strap and pads. It’s a big volume boat that’s seen almost all the whitewater in Idaho. I’m 6’, 200lbs and it fits me perfectly. Read up on this boat

  • Wave sport Whitewater kayak -  275  Rio Rancho
    Wave sport Whitewater kayak -  275  Rio Rancho

    Wave sport Whitewater kayak - $275 (Rio Rancho)

    Wavesport Transformer whitewater kayak. It’s used used but in good condition. Make me an offer!

  • Wave sport Whitewater kayak -  275  Rio Rancho
    Wave sport Whitewater kayak -  275  Rio Rancho

    Wave sport Whitewater kayak - $275 (Rio Rancho)

    Wavesport Transformer whitewater kayak. It’s used used but in good condition. Make me an offer!

  • Wave sport whitewater kayak   gear -  350  SE Boise
    Wave sport whitewater kayak   gear -  350  SE Boise

    Wave sport whitewater kayak + gear - $350 (SE Boise)

    I haven’t used it in 5 years. I kept holding on thinking my kids would take it up, but we ended up going the rafting route instead. Selling the kayak, IR spray skirt, perception carbon paddle, Wild Wasser floatation, and Bomber Gear back/hip strap and pads. It’s a big volume boat that’s seen almost all the whitewater in Idaho. I’m 6’, 200lbs and it fits me perfectly. Read up on this boat

  • Wave sport whitewater kayak   gear -  350  SE Boise
    Wave sport whitewater kayak   gear -  350  SE Boise

    Wave sport whitewater kayak + gear - $350 (SE Boise)

    I haven’t used it in 5 years. I kept holding on thinking my kids would take it up, but we ended up going the rafting route instead. Selling the kayak, IR spray skirt, perception carbon paddle, Wild Wasser floatation, and Bomber Gear back/hip strap and pads. It’s a big volume boat that’s seen almost all the whitewater in Idaho. I’m 6’, 200lbs and it fits me perfectly. Read up on this boat

  • Sours: https://www.shoppok.com/boats-for-sale-cg/wave-sport-kayak-sp


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