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The Emotion Kayaks Comet kayak brings a full array of features at an incredible value to the casual paddler.

  • Features

    • In its �10 Summer edition, Outside says, �At 8 ft. 3 in. [the Comet] resembles a duckie but tours (and accelerates) like a boat twice the length and 6 times the price.�
    • Beginners will love the confidence-inspiring initial stability that's built into the hull; stern keel and tracking channels help keep new paddlers going in a straight line
    • Short length and light weight allows kayak to be transported by the solo paddler
    • Polyethylene hull resists abrasion and UV light, and it offers good looks at a great value
    • Specialized blowmolding process produces a strong hull of consistent, exceptional quality
    • Large cockpit opening makes it easy to get into the boat with some extra gear; flared bow offers lots of leg room
    • Thigh padding offers a bit of extra comfort
    • Adjustable foot pegs promote a comfortable paddling position for a wide range of paddlers
    • Seat back increases support and folds down when storing the boat; a beverage holder keeps refreshment closeby and also stores small accessories
    • Fore and aft deck rigging keeps essential gear within easy reach; paddle holder secures paddle when you need both hands
    • Stern flotation bag enhances safety and makes it easy to handle a waterlogged boat
    • Toggle carry handles ease transport to the water

    Made in USA.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Flatwater Kayaking




    8 ft. 3 in.


    28.5 inches


    14 inches


    38 pounds

    Cockpit Size

    43 x 21.5 inches

    Seat Type

    Padded / Foam

    Number of Paddlers


    Paddle Included


    Hatch Capacity

    Not applicable

    Weight Capacity (lbs)

    260 pounds

    Tracking System


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