My kayak (Redfish King) has that seat, it's very comfy! I like it.Dan_Millsip said:
Before you go the velcro route think about the type of paddling you do. If you paddle flat calm waters go ahead.andreas said:hi darren,
and it's also really easy to install--you just stick it on with velcro.....
This has happened to me a couple times during self-rescue practice, before I beefed up the velcro by a factor of four in area, on my high-volume single. I now have maybe a square foot (about 1000 cm^2) of marine-grade velcro holding that seat in, and it has survived a couple capsizes in mild surf. I think it's good, now.glock said:Before you go the velcro route think about the type of paddling you do. If you paddle flat calm waters go ahead. However if you paddle in rough water and ever come out of your boat, you may find the waves will have a merry time lifting your seat right off the velcro and tossing it about.
Darren,DarrenM said:Is there somewhere local (Vic Van) that I can buy minicel? Is it expensive?