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Looking for opinions on clear, polycarbonate kayaks
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Thu Oct 06 2016, 01:14PM
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Hello! I work at a small welding and machine shop, and we want to start manufacturing clear kayaks and canoes. They are made of polycarbonate (like lexon.) We're hoping some veteran paddlers can give us a few thoughts so we can get an idea of what the market might look like. We made up a little survey we would really appreciate some responses to:

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If you'd like some more background information, these aren't meant to be gimmicky boats that are low quality and hard to maneuver. The idea is for a kayak or canoe that would be desirable even without being clear, comparable in characteristics and quality to Kevlar. 15 and 16 foot prototypes weigh in at around 30 pounds, and repeated smashing into rocks has only resulted in cosmetic damage.

Here is a link to some more information if you're curious. Feel free to leave thoughts and comments on this thread as well.

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