The Feel Free Moken 10 is a stable, maneuverable and easy to transport thanks to Feelfree's unique Wheel in the Keel. The Wheel in the Keel gets you from your tailgate to the action without wearing you OR your kayak out. The Moken 10 Angler comes standard with molded-in carry handles, a stern crate recess, a King Fisher seat, and an innovative self-draining front storage locker that gives you a safe place to store your gear. Designed to accept your favorite rod holders, GPS and fish finders. The Moken 10 is ready to roll.
|Review:||This kayak looks great and is nice for fishing out of. The downside is that it is extremely slow- going. If there is any wind you will have some serious trouble. I tried an overnight trip with a friend of mine using this kayak. In a matter of minutes he was gone and out of site 1 mile + ahead of me. I struggled to keep up, though I didnt have a chance. He was paddling a Wilderness Systems Ride 135. They are both stable kayaks and good for fishing out of. The feelfree is not built for travel at all. Just for stability and fishing. This thing does not track well in the water and has a lot of drag. There were times I was paddling as hard as I could against a 10 mph wind and was not making any progress. I was paddling in place and extremely frustrated to say the least. On a nice day I could make a few paddle strokes and then the kayak would stop. My friends kayak tracked very nicely and with only a few strokes it would keep on gliding seemingly with little effort. If you are looking for a toy to putz around with at the dock then the moken 10 might be for you. If you want to paddle more than 100 yards on any lake, look elsewhere. I will hang onto it for now and look at using it as a means to fish very small lakes I can drive to on calm days. Perhaps it will make a nice boat for drifting down a river and fishing. But I may look at selling it too. Well see.|
|Review:||I have taken it out four times and so far love it. Twice on a lake and twice on rivers, so far so good.It surfs on waves pretty well to. My Labrador retriever finds the front storage area roomy enough to sleep while I paddle and fish. Very much like this boat.|
|Review:||Pros: The kayak is stable, it works well for fishing out of and is functional in that sense. Cons: When compared to other kayaks built slightly more for touring, this kayak is dead in the water. I did an overnight trip with a friend who was paddling a wilderness systems sit-on-top ride 135 and I could not for the life of me keep up. He had a mile+ on me in no time. If it is windy you might as well stay home, unless you like paddling your butt off sitting in place like a water treadmill. There really is not much room for standing either, you have a small space on each side of the hatch to put each foot and thats it. Summary: This is something for the kids to play with at the cabin - dont plan on going any distance at all, 1/4 mile or more and you will be frustrated and disappointed. Maybe better for floating down rivers.|
|Review:||The moken 10 is a tough kayak, its my 1st and i am very pleased. I dropped it down a 15ft rocky bank and it came out with only scratches! I have pulled it on rocks numerous times and bounced off trees, i use it mainly for fishing, its very stable u can hang your legs off the side or stand up, i am very pleased with this kayak and with ack.|