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Allwave OC Fluctus Leggera
-30%
Allwave OC
Fluctus Leggera
The Allwave Fluctus takes the best features from the Mito, but with added volume...
C$5,750.00 C$5,750.00 C$4,025.00 C$4,025.00
 
Allwave OC Mito Leggera
-30%
Allwave OC
Mito Leggera
The Allwave Mito is an all round outrigger for all water conditions, from lakes ...
C$5,750.00 C$5,750.00 C$4,025.00 C$4,025.00
 
Used Old Town Castine 145 - Red- #14
-58%
Used Old Town Castine 145 - Red- #14
Pre-loved kayak from our rental and demo fleets.

*Example images only. Actua...
C$2,949.99 C$2,949.99 C$1,250.00 C$1,250.00
 
Epic Kayaks V8 Pro Ultra - Blemished
-7%
Epic Kayaks
V8 Pro Ultra - Blemished
The V8 Pro is the perfect boat for those who want a performance upgrade from the...
C$5,695.00 C$5,695.00 C$5,295.00 C$5,295.00
 
Allwave OC Tiare Leggera
-30%
Allwave OC
Tiare Leggera
The Tiare’ is one of the latest models to join the Allwave Outrigger fleet. Desi...
C$5,750.00 C$5,750.00 C$4,025.00 C$4,025.00
 
Think Kayaks Zen Elite Gen 3
-10%
Think Kayaks
Zen Elite Gen 3
The Think Zen is the Swiss Army Knife of high-performance paddling.

IN STORE ...
C$4,995.00 C$4,995.00 C$4,495.50 C$4,495.50
 
Think Kayaks Evo Elite Gen 3
-20%
Think Kayaks
Evo Elite Gen 3
For more than a decade the Think Evo has set the benchmark for all-around perfor...
C$4,995.00 C$4,995.00 C$3,995.00 C$3,995.00
 
Allwave OC Mito Duo Leggera
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Allwave OC
Mito Duo Leggera
The Allwave Mito Duo is an all round two-person outrigger for all water conditio...
C$7,500.00 C$7,500.00 C$5,250.00 C$5,250.00
 
Allwave OC Libra Leggera
-30%
Allwave OC
Libra Leggera
The new Libra was designed as a lower volume downwinder OC compared to the Allwa...
C$5,750.00 C$5,750.00 C$4,025.00 C$4,025.00
 
Think Kayaks Zen Performance Gen 3
-10%
Think Kayaks
Zen Performance Gen 3
The Think Zen is the Swiss Army Knife of high-performance paddling.

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C$3,995.00 C$3,995.00 C$3,595.50 C$3,595.50
 
Think Kayaks Ion Elite Gen 3
-10%
Think Kayaks
Ion Elite Gen 3
The Think Ion is back and better than ever! With a new rocker profile, redesigne...
C$4,995.00 C$4,995.00 C$4,495.00 C$4,495.00
 
Aquaglide Chelan 120 Inflatable Kayak - Display Model
-15%
Aquaglide
Chelan 120 Inflatable Kayak - Display Model
The Chelan 120 is a premium choice for all types of recreational paddling. Newer...
C$1,349.99 C$1,349.99 C$1,147.49 C$1,147.49
 
Aquaglide AG Cupholder with Base
-25%
Aquaglide
AG Cupholder with Base
This handy accessory works on Aquaglide kayaks and SUPs with Universal accessory...
C$30.99 C$30.99 C$23.24 C$23.24
 
Aquaglide Navarro 145 Deck Cover- One Person
-30%
Aquaglide
Navarro 145 Deck Cover- One Person
C$129.00 C$129.00 C$90.00 C$90.00
 
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Kayaks for Sale

Here at Coast Outdoors we have a huge range of kayaks available to suit the needs of any paddler, regardless of experience. From recreational boats to explore your local lakes, to high-end touring kayaks for serious ocean expeditions, and even inflatable kayaks for easy storage and portability.

What Kayak is Right for Me?

Kayaks come in many different styles, sizes, and constructions and these factors all affect how the boat handles and what environment it is best suited for. So, with all these options, how do you chose the right kayak? Our knowledgeable staff can help you narrow down your search, so feel free to Contact Us with any questions. To get you started on your journey and point you in the right direction, take a look at the following information:

Recreational Kayaks

These kayaks prioritise stability and ease of use, so anybody can paddle them and have a blast! Being shorter and wider improves maneuvering and stability, so you can focus on enjoying your environment without worrying about capsizing. Recreational kayaks also typically feature more comfortable outfitting, with more cushioned seats, higher seatbacks, and a roomier cockpit area.

See: Recreational Kayaks, and Sit on Top Kayaks

Day Touring Kayaks

When you're looking to go on short day trips and over-nighters, these kayaks are the way to go. Still very stable and maneuverable, however, these kayaks are longer and have much larger storage hatches in the bow and stern for carrying gear for your excursion.

See: Day Touring Kayaks

Touring Kayaks

When you need peak efficiency and storage capacity, you want a full touring kayak. The extra length helps these sea kayaks glide and track much better, to get you from point A to point B faster and with less wasted energy. 

See: Touring Kayaks

Inflatable Kayaks

These are the ideal kayaks for many city dwellers due to the compact size for storage and transport. Inflatable kayaks are also great for hiking in to hidden lakes where you wouldn't be able to take a rigid boat. Incredibly stable and easy to paddle and they inflate in a matter of minutes.

See: Inflatable Kayaks

How to Choose a Kayak Paddle

Kayaks paddles, much like kayaks themselves, come in different styles, sizes, and construction types. The type of kayak paddle you choose will be based on several factors, such as your personal paddling style and intended paddling environment, your height, the style and width of your boat, and your budget. 

Kayak paddlers typically fall into one of two (or somewhere between) categories with their paddle stroke: low-angle or high-angle. A kayak paddler with low-angle stroke will have a more relaxed technique, keeping their hands below chest-level and planting their blade at a more horizontal angle, whereas a paddler a with a high-angle stroke will usually have a more aggressive stroke, with their top hand coming up to shoulder-height and the blade entering the water more vertically. A low-angle stroke requires less energy and your pace can be maintained for a longer periods, whilst a high-angle stroke takes more effort, but generates more power and speed.

 
Low-Angle
Low-angle kayak paddle example
Werner Kalliste
 
High-Angle
High-angle kayak paddle example
Werner Cyprus
 

Your preferred paddling environment will also help you decide whether you need a low-angle or high-angle kayak paddle. Casual lake paddlers, kayak anglers, and long distance kayakers will appreciate the low impact of a low-angle paddle. Paddlers venturing into rough waters, surf, or just enjoy a workout will prefer the performance of a high-angle paddle.

Now that you have an idea of what style of paddle you need, you're probably wondering how to size your paddle. Low-angle paddles will be longer than high-angle paddles, and your height and the width of your kayak will also factor into deciding your ideal length. Some paddles have adjustable length options, so if you have multiple boats, or different-sized people will be using the paddle, an adjustable paddle is for you! As a rough length guide, see the charts below:

    Low-Angle    
Height/Width Under 23" 23" to 28" 28"-32" Over 32"
Under 5' 210cm 220cm 230cm 240cm
5' to 5'6" 215cm 220cm 230cm 240cm
5'6" to 6'+ 220cm 220cm 230cm 240cm+
 
  High-Angle  
Height/Width 25" & Under Over 25"
Under 5'1" 200cm 210cm
5'1" to 5'4" 205cm 215cm
5'4" to 6'+ 210cm 220cm
 

Paddle constructions affect the feel and functionality of the paddle. All of our kayak paddles separate into at least two pieces for easy transport and storage, however, some paddles separate into four pieces, which is ideal for use with an inflatable kayak as you can store the paddle in the bag with the boat when it's packed up, or if you want a compact spare paddle to bring on expeditions. The different materials used for paddle blades and shafts determine its stiffness and performance. On the more budget-friendly end you have nylon blades paired with a fiberglass or carbon shaft, then you move into fiberglass blades with a carbon shaft, and for the best performance and lightest weight you have full carbon paddles.

Surfskis for Sale

Surfskis are a type of kayak built for optimal efficiency on the water. Excelling in anything from flat water to big ocean bumps and downwind paddling. Surfskis have an open cockpit for easy remounts and a bailer to quickly drain the cockpit when things get wet! The understern rudder ensures your steering isn't impacted while you're riding waves. Here at Coast Outdoors we have a range of surfskis available to suit the needs of any paddler, regardless of experience. From stable recreational boats, to high-end racing and downwinding machines.

What Surfski is Right for Me?

Surfskis come in several different styles, sizes, and constructions and these factors all affect how the boat handles and what environment it is best suited for. So, with all these options, how do you chose the right surfski? Our knowledgeable staff can help you narrow down your search, so feel free to Contact Us with any questions. To get you started on your journey and point you in the right direction, take a look at the following information:

Surfski Rating

The chart below lists the surfskis we stock from Think and Epic from the easiest to paddle to the most performance-focused. If you're new to the sport you should look at something in the Novice category. Paddlers with some experience would appreciate the added performance of found in the Intermediate category. Elite-level paddlers looking for the highest performance for racing and downwinding should take a look at the Advanced surfkis. The letters after the model name represent available construction types. R - Rotomoulded, P - Performance, E/U - Elite/Ultra.

 

Think

Epic

Novice

 

 

Intermediate

 

 

Advanced

Jet - E

Zip - E

Ace - P/E

Zen - P/E

Six - P/E

Evo - E

Ion - E

V5 - R/P/U

V7 - R

V8 - P/U

V8 Pro - P/U

V9 - U

V10 - U

V12 - U

 

Surfski Constructions

Surfskis come in a variety of constructions types which affect the weight, rigidity, strength, and cost of the surfski. Not all surfki models are available in all construction types.

Rotomoulded (Epic Only)   Performance (Think & Epic)   Elite (Think) / Ultra (Epic)
Rotomoulded polyethylene is a common construction for regular kayaks as it is incredibly durable and relatively low cost. However, compared to other constructions types, it is quite heavy.   Mostly fiberglass construction with carbon/kevlar reinforcements and a foam core. This composite construction is relatively light and offers good durability.   These constructions offer the lightest and stiffest build for optimal performance. Carbon/kevlar with a honeycomb core. Lighter boats accelerate better and are easier to transport.
 

How to Surfski

Surfkis paddle very much like standard kayaks, but to get the most out of your surfski you'll want to refine your paddling technique. Lessons are a great way to improve your surfski skills - we offer surfski lessons at Deep Cove Kayak Centre, Cates Park Paddling Centre, and Jericho Beach Kayak Centre. The skills you learn for surfski paddling transfer back to kayaking and will improve your performance overall.

As for the basics, firstly you'll notice that the cockpit of a surfski looks quite different to that of a standard kayak. It's open, and other than the moulded "bucket", there is no seat or backrest. With surfskis, less is more! Bulky seats and backrests inhibit your ability to rotate efficiently (a key component of proper paddling technique) and promote poor posture. The footboard has pedals for steering the surfski, but the board itself is static so you can engage your feet and legs to apply force while paddling to drive the boat forward. Good leg drive requires hip rotation, hence the glossy minimalistic seat. For the paddle stroke (a Wing Blade paddle is best), you'll notice surfskis have prominent cutaways on the top deck, either side of the footwell which allow you to plant your paddle blade closer to the surfski. Aim for the water next to your toes, engage your foot on the same side the paddle is planted, lock your arms with a slight bend and perform your stroke by rotating with your core. The paddle blade will move out to the side of the boat and when it is in line with your hip pull the blade out of the water and repeat on the other side. Keep it up and you'll be cruising in no time!

Don't forget a leash to attach yourself to your surfski! Surfskis are lightweight and have a large surface area and will get quickly swept away by wind or flow if you're not attached! Leashes save lives!

A good low profile PFD will make remounting your surfski after a capsize much easier. The Vaikobi VXP and V3 PFDs are perfect for surfski paddling, and the Mustang Khimera too.

Outrigger Canoes for Sale

Outrigger canoes (or OCs) have a long history, originating in Southeast Asia before gaining popularity farther East in the Pacific Islands, such as Hawaii. They feature a main hull, where the paddler(s) sits, which is supported on one side by a second, smaller hull called an ama. The seat is quite high compared to kayaks and surfskis, which provides greater mechanical advantage for paddling. The ama helps to stabilise the OC. Here at Coast Outdoors we have a range of outrigger canoes available from Allwave OC to suit the needs of any paddler, regardless of experience. From stable recreational boats, to high-end racing and downwinding machines, and even tandem outrigger canoes (OC2).

What Outrigger Canoe is Right for Me?

OCs come in several different styles and sizes which affect how the boat handles and what environment it is best suited for. So, with all these options, how do you chose the right OC? Our knowledgeable staff can help you narrow down your search, so feel free to Contact Us with any questions. To get you started on your journey and point you in the right direction, take a look at the following information:

Mito OC1

The Mito is Allwave's allrounder OC1 built to excel in all conditions. Whether you're enjoying a long flat water paddle, or playing in the bumps, this outrigger canoe will perform well.

Fluctus OC1

The Fluctus takes the design of the Mito and adds a little more rocker and volume to help it perform even better in bumps and downwind conditions.

Tiare OC1

The Tiare takes the allrounder concept of the Mito and presents it in a smaller package for enhanced maneuverability and easier storage and transportation.

Libra OC1

The Libra is the lower volume sibling of the Fluctus. The seat is also located further forward for improved control in rough water.

Mito Duo OC2

The Mito Duo is a tandem outrigger canoe for two paddlers. Great for introducing new paddlers to the sport, or for two experienced paddlers to combine their power and crush the competition!

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