For those who like to focus on prepping gear rather than schlepping a boat, the Wheeleez Tuff Tire kayak cart is a great option. Featuring 10.2 inch tires, the cart can traverse beach terrain very easily.
One of the biggest advantages to this kayak cart is the fact that the wheels can be removed quickly using clip pins. These tires are filled with foam, meaning they cannot go flat, making traveling over sharp rock an option for kayakers.
The frame of the Wheeleez Tuff Tire kayak cart is composed of durable aluminum that can be easily collapsed to fit within most kayak hatches. This is accented with rubber pads designed to cradle the hull of the kayak. To round out the beneficial technology are two 13 foot tie-down straps designed to help secure the boat.
All in all this kayak cart is one of the most elaborate constructed, providing little question as to why this is one of the top selling options for those in the know.
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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.