The Wilderness Systems Pamlico 100 kayak is the perfect kayak for children and small adults, mainly women. The Wilderness Systems Pamlico 100 kayak’s short length and light weight make it easy to paddle, yet versatile enough for all types of paddling conditions.
The Wilderness Systems Pamlico 100 kayak is light, stable, and maneuverable. The Pamlico 100’s short length allows paddlers of all shapes and sizes to handle this kayak on and off the water without any assistance. The Wilderness Systems Pamlico 100 kayak is a portager’s best friend.
The Wilderness Systems Pamlico 100 kayak is not suitable for heavier paddlers or kayakers planning long camping trips. The capacity for the Pamlico 100 kayak is listed as 300 lbs, but I found it was very difficult to navigate with more than 220 lbs.
I would rate my review of the Wilderness Systems Pamlico 100 kayak as 3 out of 5. While the Pamlico 100 kayak is suitable for children and small adults, it lacks the capacity to be a truly versatile kayak. The Wilderness Systems Pamlico 100 kayak is very well made and handles nicely for the right sized paddler, but I think I’ll stick with something a little larger.
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Rating: 4.4/5 (7 votes cast)
Wilderness Systems Pamlico 100 Kayak Review, 4.4 out of 5 based on 7 ratings
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Written by James Stalker
James Stalker is a licensed kayak teacher and field guide with over 20 years of experience. James fell in love with adventure sports after facing a bout of cancer at a young age. He can be found traveling in some of the corners of the continent almost untouched by nearly anyone else. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.