Packable and compact enough to carry on planes, trains and automobiles. The only kayak that allows you to alter the waterline and rocker, adapting to various waters.
For nearly two decades, we've designed and developed the most innovative kayak in the world.
The TRAK 2.0 'ULTIMATE Touring Kayak' is a seaworthy 16-foot portable sea kayak that you can take with you anywhere. Packable and compact enough to carry on planes, trains and automobiles. It's the only kayak that allows you to alter the waterline and rocker, adapting to various waters. Packs or unpacks in 10 mins.SHOP NOW
A skin as tough as nails.
The kayak skin is a three-ply expedition-grade polyurethane material. It is one of the strongest materials that is possible to use in this application, and TRAK is the only company to construct kayaks with this robust, custom formulation. The TRAK 2.0 skin is welded using RF without requiring any gluing or sewing.SHOP NOW
A kayak that adapts to suit any water.
TRAK is the ONLY kayak that allows you to alter the waterline and rocker for varying environments and needs. Use the same kayak to play in rough water, or to paddle efficiently for long touring. Essentially, it is a bunch of differently shaped kayaks in one. You can even adjust the rocker as you paddle!SHOP NOW
Our 5-Year Tip-to-Tip Warranty has you covered. If it's our fault, we'll fix it. If it's your fault, we'll work with you to get you paddling again. All TRAK kayaks are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase. Our service team is here to help with any assembly or technical questions you may have.
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We love our TRAK paddling community, and recently received some really stellar photography of John Mainwaring's TRAK in action. We couldn't pass up the chance to hear more about his trips to accompany the photos, and here is what he had to share.