A new benchmark in Multisport Kayaking for beginners. The Aspire set out to achieve a new benchmark in the beginner category. Designed to be stable without compromising speed, the profile of the Aspire is heavily influenced by the Andrew Martin creations that came before it. An endurance kayak that was designed for the bold beginner. It’s designed to match the characters that paddle it, stable but ambitious. This beautiful vessel Aspires to achieve more, just like those who paddle it. Known to be more comfortable, uber manoeuvrable and stable in a straight line and powerful on its edge, the Aspire is proving to be a favourite.
The Aspire Multisport Racing Kayak is the latest offering from Flow Kayaks and was designed for beginners and intermediates that love stability and those that feel like they want a little more space in the boat. Known to be more comfortable, uber manoeuvrable, stable and maybe a little faster than other boats at this level, the Aspire Flow Multisport Racing Kayak is proving to be a winner! But don’t just take our word for it, the best guides of the Waimak love them too!
Aspire Kayak Construction
Beginner/Intermediate Multisport Paddlers
RaceLite (Made for racing)- Carbon/Kevlar
Hybrid (Made for Training & Racing – Tough as) – Kevlar/Carbon/Fibreglass
An Aspire with the Hybrid Layup is design to “make the rocks cry” with a screech and a scratch, rather a grrrrrr and a crack! This makes an Aspire Hybrid the perfect beginner boat… as long as you have the drive to match it.
Aspire Kayak Dimensions:
Length: 5.7 metres
Height at cockpit: 40cm
Widest point: 53cm
Standard Seat and Wide Seat available
Paddler Weight Recommendation: 60-110kg
What will your Kayak be made of?
RaceLite (Made for racing), Carbon/Kevlar – 13kg +/- and made of a combination of Kevlar for toughness and carbon for stiffness.
HybriD (Made for training), Kevlar/Carbon/Fibreglass – 16kg +/- and made of a combination of Kevlar for toughness, carbon for stiffness and fibreglass for hardness.