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Critical TRAK Service Announcement + Interview

July 20, 2021 2 Comments

Critical TRAK Service Announcement + Interview

 

TRAK Kayaks  /  3 Min Read  /  Announcement

 

Critical Service Updates:

  • TRAK 2.0 STATUS: IN PRODUCTION - BACKLOG OF ~600 UNITS
  • KAYAK PRODUCTION: UNDERWAY IN AUGUST
  • ETA OF NEXT SHIPMENTS: DEC 2021 and APR 2022 (SOLD OUT)
  • ETA OF PRE-ORDERS PLACED NOW: JUNE - JULY 2022

 

TRAK has been met with unprecedented demand during a period of global supply and manufacturing challenges. Our factory has all of the supply and components for the current production run of 800 TRAK 2.0 kayaks, once almost 3 km of hull material arrives at our factory. Over 75% of the next 800 kayaks are already pre-ordered.

 

If you're committed to paddling next year, then it is imperative that you place your TRAK 2.0 pre-order this summer, for 2022:

SHOP KAYAKS

 

July 2021 interview with Nolin Veillard 

 

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Discover what's really behind our commitment to paddlers
 


2 Responses

Goh Khee Wei
Goh Khee Wei

August 26, 2021

Hi Nolin,
Congratulations on successfully bringing Trak 2.0 to fruition. Hope to visit you in Canada.
We in Singapore were so fortunate to have received this beautiful kayak so early.
Awesome to be part of the Trak Family.

Goh Khee Wei
Goh Khee Wei

July 28, 2021

Hi Nolin,
Congratulations on successfully bringing Trak 2.0 to fruition. Hope to visit you in Canada.
We in Singapore were so fortunate to have received this beautiful kayak so early.
Awesome to be part of the Trak Family.

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