Not many other kayak seats offer the total comfort that the FeelFree KingFisher Kayak Seat does. Its unique construction controls the degree of flex laterally without putting pressure on the sensitive lower areas of the body. A dedicated conjure lumbar cushion gives the extra support in the lower back area. An internal skeleton retains shape and comfort for hour after hour with no adjustment. The seat will not sag or collapse with continual use.
I love this seat. I've used it in open water in the Gulf off Florida a lot, some lakes, and a resevoir. I use the seat for about 6 -8 hours per trip and it's very comfortable with nice support. I have it installed in a Field and Stream Eagle Talon SOT kayak. It looks right, feels right and is worth the extra money. It makes this Kayak better. I needed support from customer service and the service at ACK went above and beyond to make sure I was satisfied. I am now a loyal customer. I highly reccomend this seat and this site for purchase.
I have had this seat for 6months and it "broke". Let me say first I am very hard on my equipment. I go yak'n 2-3 times per week in tough fishing conditions. The problem with this seat is that because the back straps do not go all the way around the back rest a "bulge" or big "crimp" happens right in the lumbar area of your back. Once this happens from wear, there is no fixing it. I bought a Summit seat and it works great.
I bought this seat for my Eagle Talon 12 kayak. The original seat was terrible. I replaced it with a stadium seat I already had. Although it was a major improvement, I still found the stadium seat did not support the back of my legs and I felt it in my tailbone after 2 hours. The Kingfisher seat wedge shape supports the back of the legs. My first time out with the Kingfisher seat I was in the kayak for 5.5 hours straight with no discomfort. It made the kayak fishing outing much more enjoyable. This was the replacement seat I was looking for!
Very comfortable seat with great back support. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 stars, as the straps that adjust the back of the seat forward are too long to get the seat back far enough forward for my comfort. However, with a little jimmy rigging I am able to make a comfortable adjustment. As I use the seat on my FeelFree Moken 10 kayak, you would think the seat would adjust properly without modification.