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This Kayak Collapses So You Can Carry It like a Backpack

by Conner Flynn
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Pakayak may be the best name ever for a kayak company, but there is a reason for that name. The Bluefin 14 is a kayak that collapses down so small that you can carry it on your back.

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The days of you having to tow your kayak on your car roof or hauling it in a cargo trailer are over, thanks to this kayak, which combines comfortable touring performance with an amazing portable modular design.

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All of the individual modules nest, allowing them to bundle into a single pile that you can strap on your shoulders for a large kayak backpack. The Pakayak Bluefin 14 measures 14 feet long when assembled. When packed, it measures just 3 1/2 feet long, so it’ll easily fit in the back of your SUV or even in the back seat or trunk of a car.

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The whole thing weighs 55 pounds, so it does make for a heavy┬ábackpack, but it’s still much easier to carry than a traditional kayak. It will come out later this year for $1,695(USD).

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[via Cool Things]



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