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Revolutionary Folding Origami Kayak!
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Fri Nov 16 2012, 04:15PM
Location: Tampa, Fl
Posts: 65
erinfroglady wrote ...

What would you charge for shipping on that to Canada? I'll even pay in USD. lol

I'd suggest that you make it out of a Canadian Dollar but those Loonies are hard to fold. LOL
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Tue Nov 20 2012, 12:23PM
Posts: 68
I want the paper 1$ kayak Just my size and cheap LOL
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Tue Nov 20 2012, 08:55PM
Location: Woodbridge VA
Posts: 177
I read about this awhile back... this thing is a really cool idea. Once it's been out for awhile and there are some independent reviews to go on, I might eventually buy one. I spend some of my idle time researching maps of the Adirondacks and dreaming of some more backcountry trips there. There are remote waterways where the only way you're gonna get a boat in is to carry a lightweight composite solo canoe, sometimes for miles. But those are very expensive, and most kayaks are too heavy to portage long distances. Wheels are only an option on well-maintained trails with easy grades. Traditional folding kayaks are cumbersome. At just 25 lb the Oru kayak could be carried overhead (either assembled or folded), with a pack on your back just like the hardcore modern-day voyageurs do.

I doubt many kayaks make the 3+ mile carry of the Oswegatchie Traverse or the 17 portages of the Whitney Wilderness Loop -- but this might be the perfect way to do it.
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