Dagger Gradient Kayaks

Dagger Gradient Kayaks 

DESCRIPTION

If steep is what you're after, the Gradient is what you need. This is the ultimate creek boat for those runs that make your stomach drop as fast as the river. Length: 8'8 ft Width: 24.5 in

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 24, 2018]
furioussatan


Strength:

Punches through holes, has storage space, more stable than some others, and they’re really durable. Since it’s a little heavy and long, it’s good for those learning, especially to roll, or those transitioning skill sets.

Weakness:

A little big and heavy.

Price Paid:
200
Purchased:
Used  
Model Year:
2002
OVERALL
RATING
5
[Feb 08, 2017]
Daniel
Mountaineer

This was my first whitewater boat, and admittedly, I bought a boat from 1998 in 2016. I learned to roll in this boat, which is something that it does very easily. It is definitely a safe boat, and will punch through anything, but it is made for creeking and doesn't really play. That being said, I feel very comfortable in this boat and I am glad that I bought it. Definitely held up through the years and will take any abuse you give it. If you find one for $300 or below, I'd consider it a good buy. It is also heavy compared to more modern boats so if you have to hike with your boat and are a smaller paddler, maybe look for something else

Similar Products Used:

Dagger CFS
Dagger GT

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
[Aug 04, 2003]
John
Paddler

Great boat. Very comfortable, better stability than a rodeo boat.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jul 23, 2003]
Josh
Paddler

Turns fast but drifts. so far it has been a decient boat for what I paid

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 24, 2002]
voodoorada
Paddler

A big, safe boat. That said, it tends to drift instead of holding it's line (it has a displacement hull) and it's LONGGGG. At least by todays standards. But if you can get one cheap, it punches holes, resurfaces fast, and has plenty of storage for overnighters.

Similar Products Used:

Dagger CFS

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
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