It was UK Canoe & Kayak Magazine's freestyle kayak of the year for a reason.

Make no mistake, the Wave Sport Project X Kayak is a freestyle playboat, and as proof, it packs more explosive pop than a firecracker wrapped in dynamite. Crisp edges carve through waves and allow you to back surf with ease, while the progressive rocker shape offers quick release and smooth control for cartwheeling, rolling, or snapping into the air. Added volume in the area around the knees puts you in a more aggressive position so you can control your boat. Slide in and dig deep in the whitewater.

  • Progressive rocker shape helps to maintain more speed than a traditional rocker shape while also allowing easier release and explosive pop
  • Customizable foam bulkhead sits between the legs and adds to the structural integrity of the boat, making it extremely hard for the boat to fold in a pin situation
  • Bulkhead has a curved shape which allows for maneuverability and can act as a vital foot placement when climbing out of your boat should you get pinned
  • Adjustable seating, thigh braces, and contoured hip pads ensure a perfect fit
  • Vinyl covering the seat, hip-pads, backband, and thigh braces is also water-repellant, meaning less dry time
  • Two deep grab handles add to overall safety in a variety of different rescue or recovery situations

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Where is this item made from?

Where is this item made from?

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Their HQ and factory is in South Carolina. but you can't buy boats from the factory.

Can someone take a picture of the foot and...

Can someone take a picture of the foot and knee pads?

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Wave Sport has good photos of those pads on their site:

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Not the pictures I was hoping for. Gearheads how about a picture from the warehouse?