A slight increase in length gives improved speed and tracking, helping you to get around on the river, make ferry glides, get eddies, punch waves and holes, and keeping on line in turbulent water. Sharper rails give greater control, more precision for pin point accuracy when running rivers, and increased playfulness. The stern has been re-profiled increasing the edge to help the speed and tracking, but also to reduce drag. The Rocker has been increased towards the bow to help it ride through features and to improve boofing. The Cockpit has been re-profiled not only improving comfort and fit, but making it easier to edge and roll.
All in all the Burn is a great whitewater kayak, whether you are just getting into whitewater paddling, and want a dependable boat that will help you to learn and improve, or are a dedicated whitewater paddling looking to get a new boat to fire up some steep whitewater.
|Model||Length||Width||Boat Weight||Paddler Weight||Spraydeck Size|
|S||2.43m||62.5cm||17.8kg||40- 65kg||Bigdeck/Size 5|
|L||2.52m||69cm||20.9kg||70 - 100kg||Bigdeck/Size 5|
|XL||2.6m||69.5cm||22.3kg||80 - 125kg||Bigdeck/Size 5|
|Boat Type||Creek, 518|