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Kayak: History and Market Trend

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The US kayak market has literally doubled in the last decade: It exploded from 7.76mn in 2007 to 16mn in 2017. The sport has also become increasingly safer in the last 10 years — almost 50% safer! All of which means that the kayaking market is primed for expansion, with analysts projecting revenues exceeding $160mn worldwide by 2025.

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Canoe vs Kayak: Which One Should I Buy?

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As with anything in life, whether you want to go out on a beautiful, sunny day in a canoe or kayak is a matter of personal choice. There are many benefits to both and depending on personality, where you would like to go and what you want to do. Either could be conducive to your activities.  Probably the biggest difference is where you want to go.

Top 10 Inflatable Boats [Reviews & Buying Guide 2019]

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Inflatable boats have their own advantages. Apart from the flexibility of taking it anywhere, it is also affordable, easy to maintain and practical for different activities. You need to know the purpose of your boat before you invest in it. You also need to consider your budget and the type of water body you are planning to explore.

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11 Must Have Kayak & Boat Accessories

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Personalizing and fitting your boat with your unique touches will allow you to get it to function in unfathomable ways. Your kayak is never complete without the right accessories! There are essential kayak accessories such as life vests and bilge pumps that will keep you safe while taking up little space. This is more important on long weekend trips when you need everything you can to stay safe out there.

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Top 10 Inflatable Kayaks [Reviews & Buying Guide 2019]

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Inflatable kayaks are pumped with air to inflate them for use and later deflated for carrying and storing after use. So, you can easily transport your kayak from one place to another by just carrying it in your trunk, and it doesn’t take much space in your home when storing your kayak. Check out our ten best inflatable kayak reviews below.