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Sisu LV
Current Designs

$3,999 - $4,399

Description and Details

Description     Specs

The second collaboration between Danish designer Jesper Kromann-Andersen and Current Designs brings the Sisu . Slightly wider and shorter than its predecessor the Prana, the Sisu is more nimble and maneuverable as well. The Sisu excels in rock gardens, tide races, wave faces and tours with ease. This exciting kayak is also extremely user friendly for aspiring paddlers to rapidly develop skills and elevate performance. Available in fiberglass and Kevlar composite constructions with exceptional outfitting throughout.

Materials

Aramid
Weight: 48lbs

  You’ll notice the lightness of Current Design's aramid kayaks the first time you pick one up. You’ll also appreciate its easy lift on and off the car and its intimate responsiveness on the water. Aramid is an optional layup for Performance Touring models.

Originally developed by the aerospace industry to manufacture strong, ultra-light components, Current Design's composite lamination uses a high-pressure vacuum to eliminate any excess resin, which improves strength and decreases weight. They also utilize 3-D non-woven core materials in specific places to reinforce and strengthen areas without adding any substantial weight. This hands-on labor-intensive process results in lightweight, extraordinarily tough kayaks with an exquisite finish. All Current Designs composite kayaks have composite seams joining the deck and hull. This stronger and lighter technique of seaming was formerly available for an additional charge. Now, composite seams are our standard of excellence on all composite kayaks.


Fiberglass
Weight: 52lbs

  Current Design's vacuum-bagged fiberglass layup is a notch above most other fiberglass kayaks on the market. The result is a superbly crafted composite kayak that’s impeccably finished inside and out. Fiberglass is the standard layup for our Performance Touring models.

Originally developed by the aerospace industry to manufacture strong, ultra-light components, Current Design's composite lamination uses a high-pressure vacuum to eliminate any excess resin, which improves strength and decreases weight. They also utilize 3-D non-woven core materials in specific places to reinforce and strengthen areas without adding any substantial weight. This hands-on labor-intensive process results in lightweight, extraordinarily tough kayaks with an exquisite finish. All Current Designs composite kayaks have composite seams joining the deck and hull. This stronger and lighter technique of seaming was formerly available for an additional charge. Now, composite seams are our standard of excellence on all composite kayaks.


Fiberglass Heavy Water Lay-up
Weight: 55lbs

  Current Design's vacuum-bagged fiberglass layup is a notch above most other fiberglass kayaks on the market. The result is a superbly crafted composite kayak that’s impeccably finished inside and out. Fiberglass is the standard layup for our Performance Touring models. Touring kayaks are also available in a heavy-water layup. If you want to really test the limits in big conditions, the heavy water layup might be for you.