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Thursday, 15 November 2018 08:25

Kayak Karts That Can Make Your Life Easier

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If you have to transport your kayak from your vehicle to the water, then one of the kayak carts below will not only make your life easier, but also help to prevent damage to your kayak.
As the popularity of kayak angling has taken off, we have also seen an increase in the amount of angling specific kayaks hitting the market. These kayaks typically come with all kinds of extras and features to assist anglers out on the water. From gear tracks to extra storage, pedal drives and more, there's no denying that all these features have contributed towards making the hobby more accessible to anglers. However, as with most things, there is also a downside to all these extras, namely the weight of the kayaks. It has been a constant battle for manufactures to load their kayaks with extras and design them to be durable while also keeping the weight down. Some have succeeded admirably in this endeavor, while others have been less successful. If you have to transport your kayak from your vehicle to the water, then one of the kayak carts below will not only make your life easier, but also help to prevent damage to your kayak.
 

Suspenz Airless END Kayak Cart

Price: $129.95
 
This kayak cart is easy to use and compact, so it is ideal if you want something that won't give you a lot of hassle to set up or stow away. It doesn't require any straps and features an oval T7 7000 aluminum epoxy powder-coated frame that is not just durable, but also corrosion resistant. The height of this cart can easily be adjusted from 11" to 20" and since it uses airless tires, it will never go flat.
 
 
Price: $44.95
 
For a proven option that is favored by a lot of kayak anglers, this TMS Kayak Carrier is a good choice. It has a capacity of 150 pounds and comes with a 12 foot long tie-down strap. The frame of the cart is solid metal, but it does have foam bumpers on each of the arms to prevent damage to your kayak. The tires are flat-free and large enough to allow the cart to easily roll across gravel or sand. In addition, it can be broken down easily for storage or transport.
 
 
Price: $39.99
 
The Bonnlo Universal Boat Carrier is another reliable and versatile way to cart not just your kayak, but also other watercraft, like paddle-boards. This cart has a weight limit of 150 pounds and it is made from high-strength anodized steel. It can be assembled without the need for any tools and broken down again easily for storage or transportation. 
 
 
Price: $139.99
 
The C-Tug Kayak and Canoe Cart has a much higher price tag than many other carts, but it is very lightweight and has a 300 lbs. loading capacity, which is double of what you typically get. It requires no tools to assemble and can be dismantled in seconds, so you don't have to waste any time stowing it away in your kayak. One of the highlights of this cart is its construction as it is made from non-corroding engineering polymers, with stainless steel reinforced axles. It can also accommodate a variety of kayak hulls, which makes it more versatile.
 
 
Price: $29.95
 
The OxGord Kayak Dolly is an affordable option that can handle loads of up to 165 lbs. and comes with a cam buckle tie down strap for securing your kayak. In terms of construction, it is made from corrosion-resistant aluminum, while foam cushioning on the bars protect your kayak. The 10" wheels on this dolly are pneumatic and designed for all terrain use. For extra stability this cart has a double leg kickstand and storage is easy as the whole dolly can fold flat. 
 
 
Price: $98.95
 
The Malone Xpress is another cart that is a bit pricier than the competition, but well-liked by those who buy it. It fits all standard kayaks that are equipped with scupper holes and it is constructed from a non-corrosion aluminum frame. The Malone Xpress has a 200 pound load capacity and the variable width locking control can adjust anywhere from 6.5" to 16.5". It is a good option for anyone who does not want to struggle with cradle type carts or straps. 
 
 
Price: $38.98
 
This kayak cart from Million Parts features a tough alloy tubing to resist corrosion and a welded construction to enhance its durability. It has a maximum load capacity of 165 lbs and, thanks to its pneumatic rubber wheels, it can handle all kinds of terrain, even uneven ones. The wheels of this cart can be removed, so you can fold it flat and stow it away with ease. 
 
Conclusion
 
Let us know in the comments below or on the forum what type (if any) of kayak cart you use to transport your own kayak. 
 
Last modified on Thursday, 15 November 2018 08:45
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