Yup…Pakayak will fit — even in your tiny house

Now you can store your kayak in the smallest of places and you won't sacrifice a bit of paddling performance with our Pakayak.

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It’ll fit in your closet

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Thanks – to those who helped us in the beginning

Thank You, Chris Cubeta, for taking the idea from Doug's head and putting into 3D CAD. Thank You, Al Guk, for machining our first clamps. Thank You, Des McEttrick, for helping with all things marketing including research, marketing plan, pricing plan,...

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Pitching the Pakayak concept

In the background, while all the home-based prototyping was being done, we were thinking about how to bring the product to life. We knew we had a good idea that would be challenging to bring to market so we...

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Planes, trains and automobiles – Yup, it’ll fit there

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Got a small car? It’ll fit in there

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