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The 126DD is a rowdy little raft. The rocker and shape of the bow and stern hits, and then climbs up and over waves like a 4-wheel drive vehicle.
The 130D is a raft guide favorite. It’s stable, but maneuverable; safe, but splashy. Ideally suited for R2-R7 paddle teams, the 130D will get you and the crew down the river or keep it fun when you outfit it with a frame for overnight trips.
The uniquely shaped 130E is ideal for steep, fast-flowing rivers. It features a high-rising bow and smaller diameter tubes for action-packed whitewater adventures on challenging rivers.
The 130R is an all-around, stable, 13′ raft. It has a 19″ tube diameter all the way around the raft collar for a nice balance of control and stability.
The 136DD is a 14’ raft in a 13’ body. It’s got fat side tubes. It’s extra wide. It has a pile of kick on both ends. The bow and stern diminish down to 15.5”. If it doesn’t crash through waves it will climb over them.
Outfitted with a frame, the 143D is a sporty rowing option for extended trips on wild rivers. This raft is a perfect combination of size and maneuverability.
The uniquely shaped 143E is ideal for steep, fast-flowing rivers. The elliptical design makes quick maneuvers for picking your line down a technical rapid.
The 143R is versatile and an excellent option for people who need one raft to do it all. It’s not too big to run as a paddle boat with up to seven people and not too small to gear up and take friends on multi-day expeditions.