Stinger’s design was conceived by descending the rivers instead of a rodeo spot, from the creek of California to the volume rivers of Norway, and only later tested for the rodeo. This made Stinger more aggressive than a normal playboat.

The tail is shorter than the tip and the volume is almost all distributed in the middle of the canoe. The narrowing of the end of the tail in the characteristic “stinger”, a continuous rocker through the center, the rounded rails, a slight double concavity on the bottom, and, not least, the abundant space for the knees and feet, make Stinger an absolutely unique kayak.



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