Those looking to transport their boats, specifically canoes or kayaks, should look to the Seattle Sports ATC boat cart. Designed with 16 inch bike tires, the large diameter of these wheels helps move the watercraft conveniently and safely from vehicle to the water. In addition, the solid steel frame provides the durability for which most people are looking.
Perfect for any heavy canoe portages, as well as other decently-sized watercraft, the design provides a well-thought and natural height that allows for easy pushing and pulling. Nearly anyone can conveniently move the canoe or kayak from one place to another. It can then collapse to a very small profile that fits easily within the craft’s storage or hull.
The durability level of the Seattle Sports ATC boat cart is also of high importance, with a powder-coated steel frame. This helps to support up to 300 lbs., a decent size watercraft.
Finally, the cart has a spring-loaded kickstand, padded bars that can be adjusted and a cinch strap which helps make the transport ultra-convenient.
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Skeets Sawyer is a master fisherman, angling his way through literally thousands of lakes and rivers. Along with owning a small town bait shop, he designs his own line of fishing poles. Some of most intersting places he's drop his line are Saskatchewan and Sri Lanka. He resides in Henderson, Minnesota.