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    Oru, the World's Most Interesting Portable Kayak

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    Now, if they could just get it to fit in my tool tube, I'd buy it!
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    It'll even fit on a CycleRack...
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    It's nice but a GOOD inflatable kayak is just as portable and more stable on the water. Probably costs less too.
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    Saw a couple in Rio Grande village Big Bend Texas put two together for a day trip on the Rio Grande, not a piece of equipment I would trust, interesting design though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phelonius View Post
    It's nice but a GOOD inflatable kayak is just as portable and more stable on the water. Probably costs less too.
    You just have to have a way to inflate it,but a foot pump does build strong legs.

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    With all the hot air wasted on this forum, inflation should be no problem.
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