Have you ever ever needed to pack a kayak in your again and principally go kayaking anyplace and anytime you need? Possibilities aren't many people would do this, however for kayaking fanatics who're on the lookout for a neater means of transporting their kayaks, there’s an answer for you and it's in the form of the Pakayak.
August 26, 2016
Octrooiblog: spelevaren met de deelbare kano van Pakayak Als kanoliefhebber wil je in de zomer graag het water op. Maar het kan soms lastig zijn met een kano het water te bereiken. Pakayak komt met een deelbare kano die je gemakkelijk meeneemt en toch uitstekende vaareigenschappen heeft. Het ‘geheim’ zit in geoctrooieerde klemmen die de segmenten waterdicht tegen elkaar houden.…
August 25, 2016
Hosted by Pauline Chiou Pakayak is a high performance kayak which you can pack into a 3.5 foot rolling package, inventor Doug Mackro explains. Watch interview...
I saw this kickstarter today for a Pakayak and thought, wow this could really interest RV'ers where storage space is at a premium. I have no affiliation with this product, just something I saw and thought this is worth sharing to others. The kickstarter is already 128% funded so let's hope these make it to production soon!
For a lot of adventurers, a day of kayaking often involves first strapping a full-size kayak to the roof of a car and sometimes carrying it overland. Pakayak, a Connecticut-based company, has developed a hard-shell kayak that promises to eliminate that hassle. The 14-foot Pakayak can be broken down to a more manageable size so that it can be easily stored…
July 28, 2016
If you live anywhere near the Adirondacks, you know that lugging your kayak up north can sometimes be kind of a challenge, that is if you don't have all of the necessary equipment to transport it.
July 27, 2016
The fun and adventure of kayaking often comes with the caveat of having to strap the long boat to the top of your car. To save yourself and your vehicle the hauling hassle, Pakayak has created an innovative hard-shell kayak that can be collapsed from 14 feet into something that can be carried like a piece of luggage.