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Save your shoulders and roll your boat to the water instead.

Sea to Summit gave its Kayak Cart a durable, lightweight frame that carries up to 150lbs and wide, pneumatic tires that easily roll over sandy beaches. Just slide the stern of your boat onto this cart's pads, secure the webbing retainer strap around the hull, pick up the bow, and start walking. Moving your heavy, bulky touring boat just turned into a walk in the park.
  • Oversized alloy tubing makes this cart highly durable and strong-as-nails
  • Hypalon tension strap keeps the folding frame together without adding weight
  • A small kickstand allows this cart to stand upright so you can easily move a boat onto it without needing a second person to secure the cart
  • Tough webbing retainer strap uses a die cast buckle to secure your kayak to the cart

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Not tough enough for expeditions

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This cart isn't built to last on an extended expedition. Straps holding the cart together began to break within a week of use. First the kick-stand, then the one holding the frame together. Within a month, half the straps were replacements or fixes. The foam pads slid and broke off as well. They are not durable. Finally, one tire completely blew out and the other developed a leak. It does not work on uneven terrain and the tires do not fit snugly on the frame which causes friction and bad wear and tear over time.

I'm giving it two stars because I think this cart works fine for short, 100 foot portages from a car to the water as long as the path is smooth, you rarely use it, and if it breaks you are not completely screwed, but as an important piece in a longer trip, as a piece you want to rely on when you are in the middle of nowhere trying to move a boat between two lakes, it's just not built to last. It is an expensive piece of equipment and should handle more than it does.