If your looking for an all around go anywhere kayak that is comfortable, safe and easy to paddle look no further than the Liquid Logic Remix XP10 Kayak. Liquid Logic spared no expense in designing this true Crossover kayak so that you can have the time of your life. The Remix XP was designed to bridge the gap between river running and whitewater once and for all. The XP has and integral skeg which when deployed offers superb tracking but with the skeg tucked away the XP offers the agility needed to excel on whitewater. The XP9 features a cockpit that adds unmatched comfort and safety to an already world class design. The seat offers more contoured support while the two wall structural support rails add integrity to the hull while providing extra attachment and storage opportunities.
|Length:||10 ft 3 in / 3.12 m|
|Width:||28 in / 71.12 cm|
|Weight:||49 lb / 22.23 kg|
|Capacity:||300 lb / 136.08 kg|
|Volume:||105 gal / 397.5 L|
|Cockpit Size:||38" x 21.5" / 96.5 x 33 cm|
|Number of Paddlers:||1 - Single/Solo|
|Type of Kayak:||Sit Inside|
Great kayak - the seat is perfect, thigh braces are just right, I'm big (6'2, 230lb) and this cockpit fits me perfect. Very stable too.
Great ride. Still new , but great for Whitewater not for just floating down the river
I love this kayak. Spins on a dime with the skeg up and tracks like a ballistic missle with the skeg down. I can't wait to hit some real rapids with this beauty. Plenty of room for expedition gear as long as you know what to bring and how to pack it.
I've had my XP10 for over a year and love it. The skeg is great for flat water and I've had it numerous times in class III whitewater. I broke off the skeg in some rocky whitewater but it was my bad because I forgot to retract it before taking on the rapids. No problem though, I ordered a replacement (and a spare) from ACK and it took me about 30 minutes to install. I find it very stable and I've packed it down with gear and still had room for my 6 ft 190lbs.