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  • Inspired by the art of origami, this light, easy-to-store design magically folds out of a compact box; throw it in your car, check it on a plane or hike it in to remote lakes
  • Rigorous research and high-quality materials translate to an innovative folding hull that offers a one-of-a-kind kayaking experience
  • Unfolding the kayak into a fixed, rigid form takes just a few minutes, giving you more time on the water; straps with buckles offer easy, intuitive closures
  • 26 lb. weight is easy to lift and quick on the water
  • Hull offers plenty of room to stash gear for day trips and short camping excursions
  • Comfortable foam seat and fully adjustable backrest with easy-to-adjust footrest enhances comfort in the cockpit
  • Reinforced cockpit makes for easy entry, while structural bulkheads offer extra rigidity
  • Durable, double-layered polypropylene material can be folded thousands of times without weakening; material is extremely puncture- and abrasion-resistant
  • Fits standard spray skirts, size medium (sold separately)

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Best Use Flatwater Kayaking
Material(s) Nylon/injection-molded polypropylene
Length 12 feet
Width 25 inches
Depth Unavailable
Weight 26 pounds
Cockpit Size 30 x 16 inches
Seat Type Padded / Foam
Number of Paddlers 1
Weight Capacity (lbs) 300
Tracking System None
Foldable Yes
Packed Dimensions 22 x 16 x 28 inches
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I like the Oru...a lot I picked up the Oru on my way from the airport to the coast of Oregon. It goes together and packs back up nicely, although I recommending doing that a few times in a warm, dry place before you try it in the great outdoors. It handles well and feels good on the water even in some dicy currents at the mouth of bay. It's very light which made it easy for small and old people to carry, and the baggage carriers of Delta did it no harm on the flight home!
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lightweight & fun to use I live in a condo & am unable to carry a kayak on top of my car so this was the perfect solution for me. The box is too big to store under my bed but it's easy to carry to & from my car or the water. As a single female it takes me 20-30 min to put it together by myself and 10 min to take it apart - sliding on the zippers is the most challenging step for me. You only need the directions for the first time then it's easy to remember what order to do everything. It comes with an updated instruction booklet & the website says it will soon have an updated video for the new design - I found the youtube of the Oru team putting together the new design in 3 min & it was helpful to watch. Mine also came with free float bags - it appears they're including them with all purchases now. Once it is put together it's easy to carry it to the water by myself. It handles well on lakes & tracks better when I'm paddling fast & intensely than when paddling slowly. I created my own paddle leash by using a carabiner to connect two of the straps together. My butt gets sore after two hours but I found there are thin gel kayak seat pads out there that you can order so I'm going to try one of those. Overall this works perfectly for my lifestyle & living situation & is fun to use.
Date published: 2017-05-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A slighty-too-early review Disclaimer: I have not used this in the water yet. Mainly reviewing b/c there are some major issues with the information listed on the manufacturer's website about this model. It appears that although they've updated the model and the pictures-- the details about the kayak actually match the old bay+ model. There is no day hatch on this model, which was an unfortunate surprise for me. The chart on their website very clearly indicates that it should have one. Assembly took me way longer than it should have due to some confusion over how to slide on one of the pieces. There are links inside the instruction manual that don't exist yet when you visit Oru's site (assembly videos and tips and tricks). So, not much help there. I did find those sections of their website at a different location than the address listed in the manual, but they were all outdated. Eventually, I found a video on youtube of some of the oru employees showing off a prototype of this model at an expo and that made me realize I was sliding the closures in at the wrong point. Problem solved. Folding it back up took me something like 10-15 minutes. I imagine the next time I assemble it it'll be substantially faster. The lack of a day hatch isn't really a big enough problem for me to return it, I can just get a dry bag. But, I can't say that this was my best introduction to a product. I don't know why they would go through the trouble of releasing a product and not bother to at the very least update the copy on their website. Other points: I'm a 5'1" woman, I haven't yet bought the oru backpack. I was able to get this on the train and walk home about a mile w/ just the provided strap...but it definitely wasn't fun. The backpack seems like a necessity to carry the kayak for any extended period of time on foot.
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Assembly: 2017 Bay ST & Beach LT Submitted by: Steve Kukla Purchased the new 2017 Beach LT and Bay ST models for my wife and myself from our local REI. Order processing and store pickup was a breeze. I was amazed I could carry both on each shoulder as I hauled them to my car. Assembly of both models was completely straightforward, logical and they now reside inside my home, awaiting warmer weather, while I perform practice runs assembling and disassembling each. However, the plastic bag of "spare parts" for each model has me completely baffled, as I cannot see how they apply to these kayaks. Additionally, the color glossy assembly instructions for the Beach LT did NOT match my model, and I had to download the latest assembly PDF for it at the Oru Kayak website. And the help URLs listed in the guides did not work either. Ah, start-up growing pains, due to success I assume. Been there, done that. If you want to earn a 5-star rating, then ensure that the packaging, contents and first assembly experience with your product is perfect. Hand the product to a newbie, unassociated with your firm and have them go through the process. And now I impatiently wait, till the nearby ponds and lakes and rivers warm-up here in New England. Heck, it's still winter here, kind of. Can't wait to glide the waters with these incredible creations
Date published: 2017-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kayak where you can't kayak We live in an 800 sq ft duplex. Even with a 1-car garage, we don't have room for storing kayaks. Further, we don't have a vehicle that can easily transport kayaks, and most water bodies in the desert require a walk. These kayaks are more expensive and more complicated to use than traditional kayaks. No question. But they allow you to hike a kayak in 4 miles by backpack and check a kayak on a plane. Setting up the kayaks takes a little muscle and a little finesse. It's been getting better with practice, but while my wife and I could set them up and break them down quickly together, it was much harder solo. The crux is putting the zippers on, as others have mentioned. My advice: sit on the bow/stern to press the boat in the shape needed. Basically, treat it like a stuffed suitcase. Once you get one on, the hard part is done, and all the clips go together. It's still easier with a partner, though. The boats are great and surprisingly durable. If you want a kayak and don't need the extra portability, get a conventional kayak. If you are willing to make a couple compromises, these can open up a new set of paddling opportunities.
Date published: 2017-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOve mine I've had my Bay+ since March, 2016. Love it. Been out about 30 times. First, I assembled it 3-4 times in my garage to learn. Now, I count on 15 minutes from parking my car to the first stroke. Half as long to disassemble. I have not bounced off many rocks, but I am very pleased with the performance.
Date published: 2017-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Replaced my hard shell touring boat. When my wife and I came to the conclusion that we were never going to spend more than a couple of days at a time out in our kayaks, we decided to sell off our 17 foot touring kayaks and purchase the Oru Bay ST. What a relief. The convenience alone of the light weight foldable design was enough to make the decision justified. No longer do I take 45 minutes to hoist a 55lb, $2500 kayak on top of my car... wrestling to find the perfect balance of secure tie downs, but not so tight to risk damage to the boat. Longer if we are both going. No longer do I figure out the best way to load gear into a hatch, punching it as far into the kayak as possible, but leaving a cord so that I can pull it out when I need it. Gone are the days of requiring two people to carry the kayak from the car. Now, I just place the Oru in the bed cab (yes, in the cab!) of my truck or SUV. I can carry it multiple parking lots, flights of stairs and down trails to new launch areas. The entire top is open during the assembly process, so I just put gear in where it fits and is balanced, but never worry that it will be stuffed in so far that I have to lift the end of my boat and shake it loose. It is true that my previous 17 foot kayak was slightly faster and tracked slightly better... but the 12 foot oru is surprisingly easy to maneuver and heading corrections are simple. I've been out on windy days and have had very little problem with weather cocking. The seat is perfectly comfortable and I like how low the position is compared to my previous kayak in which I was lifted up a couple of inches by the seat. the construction process is second nature after only a couple of assemblies. Cold weather does make it a little bit harder, but still well within the ability of any adult size person. If you anticipate spending more than a couple of days, you may look to the Coast model, but my wife and I have now been on several short expeditions along the coast of Lake Tahoe and find that these 12 foot kayaks are just right for our needs and are very enjoyable. Don't think twice about it if they are in your bud-stet, just get one!
Date published: 2017-06-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too hard to build. Especially for one person. We loved the idea of this and were captured by its design elegance. And the whimsy of being able to light them up at dusk. Who wouldn't love that!? The kayak itself glided smoothly and was nice to handle, cutting nicely on Lake Union and other smaller lakes with minimal current. However, we found the set up of the Oru Bay untenable. It was simply too difficult, even for two of us. My hubby is a fit guy and it took him 45 minutes to fold it out alone, and he'd come away exhausted. There was no way I could do it by myself, defeating the purpose of buying it so we could each get to the water quickly, and solo when needed. So, perhaps if we folded and unfolded many, many times to "break in" the material, it would have gotten easier, but we worried about durability, and the seat wasn't that comfy...so we decided to return it for an Advanced Elements inflatable. I will look longingly at others paddling at sundown, with the interiors lit up with lights, and think "well, certainly they're beautiful to look at..."
Date published: 2017-06-06
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Have you eliminated the day hatch in the bay st?  Does the bay st have ratchet buckles?

Asked by: Hal73
The Bay ST - which I have bought myself - has ratchet buckles to close and hold in place the folded kayak. There is a small hatch to the right behind the cockpit, that accomodates small items, e.g. a smartphone (which would need to be kept in the provided waterproof "zip-like" clear bag). The hatch itself is not waterproof as I found out myself when I tilted the kayak.
Answered by: matze
Date published: 2017-07-17

What is the max height of paddler for the bay st? Is it the same as the bay and bay+? How does the bay st differ from the previous generation bay and bay+?

Asked by: Juice
This kayak has a maximum recommended paddler height of 6'3". The Bay ST is easier to assemble compared to the older Bay models. The new model also features a much more adjustable backrest and a more spacious cockpit.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-22

Does the Bay ST have ratcheting buckles? Oru website's comparison chart states that it does, but in the pictures, there are no buckles. It looks like a seam cover is used to hold it together. Can you confirm? What's it like to use that seam cover? Thanks!

Asked by: thejourneyismyhome
Just bought this from REI and assembled in my living room yesterday. The manufacturer's website has totally inaccurate information. I've never used the ratcheting version, but the seam covers were easy enough to assemble, and seem like they'd hold out water well. There are no ratcheting buckles, and there is also no day hatch (which I'm kind of annoyed about). Other downsides: It took me a while to realize the seam covers (which they call "zipper closures") completely slip over the middle seam b/c the instructions are a little ikea-esque and they haven't updated their assembly video. All the links inside their instruction manual are broken. With that said, I won't be returning it. I can definitely see being able to assemble it in sub 15 min with some practice, and there are very few other options for a 12' kayak that can be stored in a sub 800 sqft apartment and moved around with no car haha.
Answered by: aareskog
Date published: 2017-06-22

From the photos on REI.com it looks like the box it folds into is separate. Is that true, and if so, does it store inside (and take up how much space?) or do you have to leave it on the beach?

Asked by: Shaky Knees
There is no "box". The orange piece at the top is your floorboard, the rest of the white that you see is the actual kayak. The only part that is not an actual piece of the boat is the carrying straps.
Answered by: Chris C
Date published: 2017-06-22

My daughter is 5' with short legs and a long torso. Will the foot rests adjust enough to work for her?

Asked by: Lisa
This kayak has an adjustable footrest to accommodate a wide range of heights.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-17

Is it as sturdy on shallow rivers as the hardshell plastic kayaks. I worry about river rocks damaging the shell

Asked by: Ella
This kayak is made from durable custom polypropylene. Oru states you can treat this boat just like any other fiberglass boat, if you hit a rock the shell will be fine.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-22

Does this come with a paddle?

Asked by: Steveg
No it doesn't 
Answered by: xtinakim
Date published: 2017-06-22

What is the recommended size spray skirt and type for the Bay Oru?

Asked by: Tom Gerhardt
As of June 2017, we do not stock spray skirt that will fit the Bay ST folding kayak. We recommend purchasing the Oru Spray Skirt available directly through the vendor's site.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-03
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from I like the Oru...a lot I picked up the Oru on my way from the airport to the coast of Oregon. It goes together and packs back up nicely, although I recommending doing that a few times in a warm, dry place before you try it in the great outdoors. It handles well and feels good on the water even in some dicy currents at the mouth of bay. It's very light which made it easy for small and old people to carry, and the baggage carriers of Delta did it no harm on the flight home!
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lightweight & fun to use I live in a condo & am unable to carry a kayak on top of my car so this was the perfect solution for me. The box is too big to store under my bed but it's easy to carry to & from my car or the water. As a single female it takes me 20-30 min to put it together by myself and 10 min to take it apart - sliding on the zippers is the most challenging step for me. You only need the directions for the first time then it's easy to remember what order to do everything. It comes with an updated instruction booklet & the website says it will soon have an updated video for the new design - I found the youtube of the Oru team putting together the new design in 3 min & it was helpful to watch. Mine also came with free float bags - it appears they're including them with all purchases now. Once it is put together it's easy to carry it to the water by myself. It handles well on lakes & tracks better when I'm paddling fast & intensely than when paddling slowly. I created my own paddle leash by using a carabiner to connect two of the straps together. My butt gets sore after two hours but I found there are thin gel kayak seat pads out there that you can order so I'm going to try one of those. Overall this works perfectly for my lifestyle & living situation & is fun to use.
Date published: 2017-05-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A slighty-too-early review Disclaimer: I have not used this in the water yet. Mainly reviewing b/c there are some major issues with the information listed on the manufacturer's website about this model. It appears that although they've updated the model and the pictures-- the details about the kayak actually match the old bay+ model. There is no day hatch on this model, which was an unfortunate surprise for me. The chart on their website very clearly indicates that it should have one. Assembly took me way longer than it should have due to some confusion over how to slide on one of the pieces. There are links inside the instruction manual that don't exist yet when you visit Oru's site (assembly videos and tips and tricks). So, not much help there. I did find those sections of their website at a different location than the address listed in the manual, but they were all outdated. Eventually, I found a video on youtube of some of the oru employees showing off a prototype of this model at an expo and that made me realize I was sliding the closures in at the wrong point. Problem solved. Folding it back up took me something like 10-15 minutes. I imagine the next time I assemble it it'll be substantially faster. The lack of a day hatch isn't really a big enough problem for me to return it, I can just get a dry bag. But, I can't say that this was my best introduction to a product. I don't know why they would go through the trouble of releasing a product and not bother to at the very least update the copy on their website. Other points: I'm a 5'1" woman, I haven't yet bought the oru backpack. I was able to get this on the train and walk home about a mile w/ just the provided strap...but it definitely wasn't fun. The backpack seems like a necessity to carry the kayak for any extended period of time on foot.
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Assembly: 2017 Bay ST & Beach LT Submitted by: Steve Kukla Purchased the new 2017 Beach LT and Bay ST models for my wife and myself from our local REI. Order processing and store pickup was a breeze. I was amazed I could carry both on each shoulder as I hauled them to my car. Assembly of both models was completely straightforward, logical and they now reside inside my home, awaiting warmer weather, while I perform practice runs assembling and disassembling each. However, the plastic bag of "spare parts" for each model has me completely baffled, as I cannot see how they apply to these kayaks. Additionally, the color glossy assembly instructions for the Beach LT did NOT match my model, and I had to download the latest assembly PDF for it at the Oru Kayak website. And the help URLs listed in the guides did not work either. Ah, start-up growing pains, due to success I assume. Been there, done that. If you want to earn a 5-star rating, then ensure that the packaging, contents and first assembly experience with your product is perfect. Hand the product to a newbie, unassociated with your firm and have them go through the process. And now I impatiently wait, till the nearby ponds and lakes and rivers warm-up here in New England. Heck, it's still winter here, kind of. Can't wait to glide the waters with these incredible creations
Date published: 2017-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kayak where you can't kayak We live in an 800 sq ft duplex. Even with a 1-car garage, we don't have room for storing kayaks. Further, we don't have a vehicle that can easily transport kayaks, and most water bodies in the desert require a walk. These kayaks are more expensive and more complicated to use than traditional kayaks. No question. But they allow you to hike a kayak in 4 miles by backpack and check a kayak on a plane. Setting up the kayaks takes a little muscle and a little finesse. It's been getting better with practice, but while my wife and I could set them up and break them down quickly together, it was much harder solo. The crux is putting the zippers on, as others have mentioned. My advice: sit on the bow/stern to press the boat in the shape needed. Basically, treat it like a stuffed suitcase. Once you get one on, the hard part is done, and all the clips go together. It's still easier with a partner, though. The boats are great and surprisingly durable. If you want a kayak and don't need the extra portability, get a conventional kayak. If you are willing to make a couple compromises, these can open up a new set of paddling opportunities.
Date published: 2017-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOve mine I've had my Bay+ since March, 2016. Love it. Been out about 30 times. First, I assembled it 3-4 times in my garage to learn. Now, I count on 15 minutes from parking my car to the first stroke. Half as long to disassemble. I have not bounced off many rocks, but I am very pleased with the performance.
Date published: 2017-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Replaced my hard shell touring boat. When my wife and I came to the conclusion that we were never going to spend more than a couple of days at a time out in our kayaks, we decided to sell off our 17 foot touring kayaks and purchase the Oru Bay ST. What a relief. The convenience alone of the light weight foldable design was enough to make the decision justified. No longer do I take 45 minutes to hoist a 55lb, $2500 kayak on top of my car... wrestling to find the perfect balance of secure tie downs, but not so tight to risk damage to the boat. Longer if we are both going. No longer do I figure out the best way to load gear into a hatch, punching it as far into the kayak as possible, but leaving a cord so that I can pull it out when I need it. Gone are the days of requiring two people to carry the kayak from the car. Now, I just place the Oru in the bed cab (yes, in the cab!) of my truck or SUV. I can carry it multiple parking lots, flights of stairs and down trails to new launch areas. The entire top is open during the assembly process, so I just put gear in where it fits and is balanced, but never worry that it will be stuffed in so far that I have to lift the end of my boat and shake it loose. It is true that my previous 17 foot kayak was slightly faster and tracked slightly better... but the 12 foot oru is surprisingly easy to maneuver and heading corrections are simple. I've been out on windy days and have had very little problem with weather cocking. The seat is perfectly comfortable and I like how low the position is compared to my previous kayak in which I was lifted up a couple of inches by the seat. the construction process is second nature after only a couple of assemblies. Cold weather does make it a little bit harder, but still well within the ability of any adult size person. If you anticipate spending more than a couple of days, you may look to the Coast model, but my wife and I have now been on several short expeditions along the coast of Lake Tahoe and find that these 12 foot kayaks are just right for our needs and are very enjoyable. Don't think twice about it if they are in your bud-stet, just get one!
Date published: 2017-06-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too hard to build. Especially for one person. We loved the idea of this and were captured by its design elegance. And the whimsy of being able to light them up at dusk. Who wouldn't love that!? The kayak itself glided smoothly and was nice to handle, cutting nicely on Lake Union and other smaller lakes with minimal current. However, we found the set up of the Oru Bay untenable. It was simply too difficult, even for two of us. My hubby is a fit guy and it took him 45 minutes to fold it out alone, and he'd come away exhausted. There was no way I could do it by myself, defeating the purpose of buying it so we could each get to the water quickly, and solo when needed. So, perhaps if we folded and unfolded many, many times to "break in" the material, it would have gotten easier, but we worried about durability, and the seat wasn't that comfy...so we decided to return it for an Advanced Elements inflatable. I will look longingly at others paddling at sundown, with the interiors lit up with lights, and think "well, certainly they're beautiful to look at..."
Date published: 2017-06-06
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Questions & Answers

Have you eliminated the day hatch in the bay st?  Does the bay st have ratchet buckles?

Asked by: Hal73
The Bay ST - which I have bought myself - has ratchet buckles to close and hold in place the folded kayak. There is a small hatch to the right behind the cockpit, that accomodates small items, e.g. a smartphone (which would need to be kept in the provided waterproof "zip-like" clear bag). The hatch itself is not waterproof as I found out myself when I tilted the kayak.
Answered by: matze
Date published: 2017-07-17

What is the max height of paddler for the bay st? Is it the same as the bay and bay+? How does the bay st differ from the previous generation bay and bay+?

Asked by: Juice
This kayak has a maximum recommended paddler height of 6'3". The Bay ST is easier to assemble compared to the older Bay models. The new model also features a much more adjustable backrest and a more spacious cockpit.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-22

Does the Bay ST have ratcheting buckles? Oru website's comparison chart states that it does, but in the pictures, there are no buckles. It looks like a seam cover is used to hold it together. Can you confirm? What's it like to use that seam cover? Thanks!

Asked by: thejourneyismyhome
Just bought this from REI and assembled in my living room yesterday. The manufacturer's website has totally inaccurate information. I've never used the ratcheting version, but the seam covers were easy enough to assemble, and seem like they'd hold out water well. There are no ratcheting buckles, and there is also no day hatch (which I'm kind of annoyed about). Other downsides: It took me a while to realize the seam covers (which they call "zipper closures") completely slip over the middle seam b/c the instructions are a little ikea-esque and they haven't updated their assembly video. All the links inside their instruction manual are broken. With that said, I won't be returning it. I can definitely see being able to assemble it in sub 15 min with some practice, and there are very few other options for a 12' kayak that can be stored in a sub 800 sqft apartment and moved around with no car haha.
Answered by: aareskog
Date published: 2017-06-22

From the photos on REI.com it looks like the box it folds into is separate. Is that true, and if so, does it store inside (and take up how much space?) or do you have to leave it on the beach?

Asked by: Shaky Knees
There is no "box". The orange piece at the top is your floorboard, the rest of the white that you see is the actual kayak. The only part that is not an actual piece of the boat is the carrying straps.
Answered by: Chris C
Date published: 2017-06-22

My daughter is 5' with short legs and a long torso. Will the foot rests adjust enough to work for her?

Asked by: Lisa
This kayak has an adjustable footrest to accommodate a wide range of heights.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-17

Is it as sturdy on shallow rivers as the hardshell plastic kayaks. I worry about river rocks damaging the shell

Asked by: Ella
This kayak is made from durable custom polypropylene. Oru states you can treat this boat just like any other fiberglass boat, if you hit a rock the shell will be fine.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-22

Does this come with a paddle?

Asked by: Steveg
No it doesn't 
Answered by: xtinakim
Date published: 2017-06-22

What is the recommended size spray skirt and type for the Bay Oru?

Asked by: Tom Gerhardt
As of June 2017, we do not stock spray skirt that will fit the Bay ST folding kayak. We recommend purchasing the Oru Spray Skirt available directly through the vendor's site.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-03
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