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kicktraq
Web articles
October 29, 2019

Kicktraq: Pakayak Bluefin 142. The ultimate portable kayak.

"The only hard-shell packable kayak that nests into itself is 2 inches longer with 3½ inches more legroom."
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trend hunters
Web articles
October 29, 2019

Trend Hunter: The Pakayak Bluefin 142 Has an Adjustable Design

"The Pakayak Bluefin 142 packable kayak is a storage-friendly aquatic vessel for avid sport enthusiasts who are looking to get out on the water on their own terms. Collapsing down to a unit just three-and-a-half feet in length, the kayak is incredibly easy to transport and can be brought just about anywhere when stored in a trunk or carried in…
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geekygadgets.com
Web articles
October 29, 2019

Geeky Gadget: Pakayak Bluefin 142 collapsible kayak

"Canoeists may be interested in a new collapsible kayak which uses a unique design enabling the pieces to nest inside itself for easy storage and transportation. The Pakayak Bluefin 142 kayak has launched via Kickstarter this week and is now available to back with earlybird pledges available from $675 or roughly £527. Check out the video below to learn more…
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40% Kickstarter Bluefin 142
Press releases
October 28, 2019

New kayak that can be checked as luggage on airplanes raises nearly $30k in two days on Kickstarter

***Members of the media interested interviewing a representative from Pakayak on this topic are encouraged to contact James Judge at 813.279.8335 or jpjudge@judgepr.com.***  HIGGANUM, Conn. – Pakayak, the world’s first hard-shell touring kayak, which can fit in the trunk of a car and be checked as luggage on a commercial airplane, announced a second model Saturday with the launch of a…
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holiday Pakayak
Press releases
October 16, 2019

Packable kayak company looks to make splash this holiday season

***Members of the media interested interviewing a representative from Pakayak on this topic are encouraged to contact James Judge at 813.279.8335 or jpjudge@judgepr.com.***  HIGGANUM, Conn. – Pakayak, an eco-conscious producer of the world’s first high performance packable kayak, is gearing up for the holiday season with the mission of helping more people find new adventures on the water and exclusive…
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paddling-magazine
Web articles
September 4, 2019

Paddling Magazine: Pakayak Bluefin 14 Packable Kayak – A Kayak That Packs Down Into Itself

"On the surface, the Bluefin 14 looks like any rotomolded kayak touring kayak. The foam seat, leg pads and solid bulkheads make the Bluefin a quick, comfortable and capable weekender. But, unlike other touring kayaks, the Pakayak Bluefin 14 breaks down into six parts that fit inside each other like SOLO cups..." It was 100º Fahrenheit that day!
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WFSB: Pack a Kayak or Two With Pakayak
TV interviewsWeb articles
June 26, 2019

WFSB: Pack a Kayak or Two With Pakayak

How would you like to fit a 14 ft kayak inside your car, not on the roof or outside?! The kayak from Pakayak is collapsable and weighs under 60 pounds! Watch to see how it works.Here's the article on WFSB's page.
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WSJ: WATER YOU WAITING FOR? Foldable kayaks open the floodgates to waterfront festivals, paddle-up dining and other urban wonders. ILLUSTRATION: JULIEN PACAUD
Print articlesWeb articles
June 2, 2019

WSJ: Skip the Traffic, Paddle to the Office Instead

WATER YOU WAITING FOR? Foldable kayaks open the floodgates to waterfront festivals, paddle-up dining and other urban wonders. ILLUSTRATION: JULIEN PACAUD Wall Street Journal: "Off Duty" Section, Saturday, June 1, 2019 Skip The Traffic: Paddle To The Office Instead By Erik Baard For intrepid city-dwellers, collapsible kayaks are redefining the urban commute on the weekend—and even on workdays By Erik Baard,…
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380 km
AdventureExpedition: Philippines
April 23, 2019

8. Finished!

Adventurers: Marcus Hill & Henry Young April 20, 2019, They have finished! 380 km! See the full post below. Stay tuned for a wrap up of Expedition: Philippines!Please note: The content in this series is from Marcus Hill (and sometimes Henry Young) directly.
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