Husky's featuresWith a rocker and more symmetrical hull-shape this is one playful kayak. Hard chine, flat V-shaped bottom with fine endings towards bow and stern, it's made to maneuver. It has a low profile and very easy to roll. It features stainless steel rods for a towing system or to lock on a roof rack plus has lots of cords on the deck for al of your stuff / gear.
- Lenght: 520 cm
- Width: 53 cm
- Cocpit: 83 x 45 cm
- Weight: 20 - 22 kg
- Capacity: 130 kg
- Skeg: Standard
- Rudder: Option
|First unit of Rebel Husky|
Why Husky?One of my first “Greenland” style kayaks was called Husky and this version is something like MK 5 or 6, but still has a lot in common with the concept. Recent significant change is, that we put some more rocker into the hull. We were pleased with the deck-layout so, we didn't change nothing there. For a person up to 90kg it’s a real playboat and even with some load, it will be a working dog during a few days trip. This version is Low Volume.
|left: Husky LV & right: Ilaga|
Test & Try
Remember, that you can check out Husky during the Nordic Tour by Mark Tozer & Helen Wilson. They run rolling classes around Scandinavia, starting in May, until end of August. They also have Ilaga and T model with them! More info >>here
So try it out, cause it's a rock and roller!