A big boat for big trips or large-scale paddlers, with the feel of a small, nimble boat. Upgraded outfitting makes both staying put and bailing out easier than ever. Based on the same design as the Burn, the boat that made the first descent of the Dudh Kosi river, the Everest is longer for more speed and cargo capacity. A smoothly progressive rocker maneuvers easily and offers soft landings. The planning hull lets you surf or spin. Use it for everything from self-supported trips to afternoons boofing down your local creek.
- Full length edges for performance carving.
- High volume stern rides high over features and speeds resurfacing.
- High volume bow punches through features and keeps the front loose and maneuverable.
- Peaked bow and stern decks shed water and gives directional control in features.
- Roto-moulded pillar supports the front deck, with an oval hole that doubles as a comfortable carrying handle and a step out if you’re pinned by the bow.
- Minicell foam pillar braces the stern deck.
- Lengthened cockpit allows more seat adjustability for fit and boat trim, as well as more room for wet exits.
- C4S outfitting includes a longer, more ergonomic seat that pivots for an engaged or relaxed position. The front-to-back adjustment is now easier for faster boat trimming.
- Foam can be added to several parts of the seat for a personalized fit.
- Hull stiffener links front and rear pillars to the seat, forming a safety cage around the paddler to protect against collapse in a pin.
- Connect grab handles are made by Wild Country.
- Security rescue bars made by DMM, a climbing gear manufacturer.
|Hull material||HDPE (High-density polyethylene)|
|Length||2.6m (8ft. 7in.)|
External cockpit dimensions
Dimensions of the cockpit, measured on the outside of the lip. The external measurement is useful when sizing sprayskirts.
|95 x 50cm (37½ x 19½in.)|
|Paddler weight range||75-135kg (165-297lb.)|
The overall volume capacity of a boat or the total board displacement in litres.
|Made in||United Kingdom|