This is the next in a series of writeups on each of the Innova kayaks, focusing on the Swing I inflatable kayak – Innova’s newest model featuring a more enclosed footprint. We reviewed the Swing II tandem earlier this fall. As previously mentioned, the Innova line is unique in that their kayaks are handmade in the Czech Republic rather than China or Korea. Additionally, the Swing I and Swing II – as well as the Twist series – utilize materials that are PVC-free, making them a greener option than most kayaks on the market.
This week we had the first opportunity to take out the Innova Swing I, a 10′ 4″ solo inflatable weighing a mere 23 lbs with a selling price of $599. Please note, some of this will be repeated from the Swing II review, as there are obviously many similarities.
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