With a variety of features that make this one of the top ways to transport your boat on the market, the Sea to Summit Kayak Cart offers convenience when it comes to storage Whether your loading your kayak up for a weekend excursion or just moving across your storage shed, this kayak cart can be a real life saver on your back.
This kayak cart is specifically constructed with an anodized alloy frame, which helps prevent corrosion. This frame is highly lightweight and can collapse very easily. This allows the user to store the cart in the kayak when not in use. Specifically, this cart is designed to fit with watercraft with a narrow beam. This factor makes it perfect for touring and sea kayaks. The wheels are ample, but basic. They work well on sand and rocks with little effort. The cart features a kickstand designed to offer stability when you are loading and unloading. In addition, the tie downs and webbing work well for the right size boat.
Durable, lightweight and compact construction
Hypalon® tension strap for frame and kickstand
Includes webbing retainer strap with protected, die cast buckle
Oversized anodized 6063-T6 alloy tubing for added strength and longevity
Wide, pneumatic tires roll easily over rough or sandy surfaces
Foam pads protect the hull of your boat
Load capacity 154lbs / 70kg
Small Cart: Orange in color, 8″ deep, 12″ tall
Medium Cart: Blue in color, 11″ deep, 14″ tall
Large Cart: Silver in color, 16″ deep, 15.25″ tall
I would rate my review of the Sea to Summit Kayak Cart as a 4 out of 5 stars. These carts are certainly built very tough, and with 3 available sizes it is easy to find the perfect one for your kayak. However, as a paddler who owns a variety of different kayaks, I prefer to use a cart that is more adjustable so I only need one in my storage shed. Because of this, I took away 1 star from my review rating.
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Rating: 3.2/5 (12 votes cast)
Sea to Summit Kayak Cart Review, 3.2 out of 5 based on 12 ratings
Cliff Steele prides himself on having a strong knowledge of kayaks and kayak supplies. He works hand-building kayaks for a variety of clients. Sharing a name with a well-known comic book character, Cliff is known to his friends as “Robotman.” Cliff lives in San Diego, California.