Itiwit kayak by Decathalon

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Using the Itiwit kayak from Decathalon. I spent my weekend paddling along the Grand Union Canal. Taking in the glorious views and watching the birds fly and the fish swim by. Then mooring up the ITIWIT inflatable kayak. To pitch the tent and Stop off for a wild camp along the waters edge.

The most relaxing, fun and stress free way to spend a weekend.

Paddling the Grand Union Video

Please watch my short YouTube video below. You will see the fun I got upto testing my new Decathalon inflatable canoe by Itiwit. Join me Paddling up the Grand Union canal, UK.

My Itiwit inflatable Canoe review

This was my first attempt kayaking, definately will not be my last. I found the Itiwit inflatable kayak extremely easy to inflate. Not to mention how light, robust and easy to navigate. Definitely worth the money compared to other inflatable kayaks on the market.

NOTE: I am not sponsored or affiliated with Decathalon

Itiwit inflatable kayak Dimensions

ITIWIT KAYAK INFLATED SIZE
Length: 340 cm
Width: 103 cm
FOLDED & BAGGED SIZE
Height: 67 cm
Width: 44 cm
Thickness: 30 cm
Weight: 14 kg
Maximum pressure: 0.1 bar (1.5 PSI)
Number of seats: 1 or 2 seats
Content: kayak, bag, repair kit, keel

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5 Replies to “Itiwit kayak by Decathalon”

  1. Gee, I’ve been on the Grand Canal – but on a friend’s canal boat. Looks like your inflatable handles better than the one I’ve borrowed – it’s so squirrely that one can’t easily take photos from it!

  2. Wish they would have preserved the canals in the US so we could paddle them. In a few days, I’ll be camping near one of the abandoned locks of the Walhonding Canal, AKA the canal to nowhere. The US canal business model left to be desired.

    1. Hi there Irv, thank you for your comment, as I’m a new blogger I appreciate your visit to my blog. I agree that here in the UK we are very fortunate that a lot of money is invested in our canal networks. Im look forward to reading your post about when you camp out at the abandon lock.

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