What is the best way of storing my kayak?
- For long-term storage and to prevent hull deformation, your kayak should be kept on its side or upside down, on a padded rack with bars placed on or near the bulk heads.
- Take care to protect it from long – term exposure to the sun or extreme heat, which can degrade any material and cause permanent damage.
- You may also want to cover the cockpit to guard against dust, debrisand small animals setting up homes.
- Always make sure that your kayak is dry before you store if for winter and leave the drain plug open for ventilation.
- Avoid using the carrying handles to hang / support the kayak for storage.
What boat or kayak is right for me?
This question is difficult to answer as it always depends on the paddler and his/her personal preferences. The most important things to verify when selecting a model of kayak are that you are going to be secure (the kayak is the right fit/size for ...
Will accessories from other manufacturers work on my Cobra Kayak?
Many accessories from other manufacturers such as backrests, paddle and rod holders, knee straps or kayak carts will work with your Cobra Kayak. If possible work with your dealer to determine the best way to go in this area. Here is a good video on ...
How to destroy a kayak for warranty replacement purposes
During the warranty replacement process, we may ask you to destroy your defective kayak and take pictures to send us of proof of this. Cutting the bow or stern off the kayak is the best way to destroy kayak using hand saw or power tool saw as shown ...
Basic kayak maintenance
We’ve put a lot of time and thought into providing you with a quality craft and we stand behind our product 100%. By reading your kayak’s warranty agreement and following these few simple maintenance steps, you should have years of problem-free fun ...
What are some suggestions for adjusting my kayak outfitting for the best fit?
Your position and comfort in the kayak play a huge role in the enjoyment of your time on the water. The three main contact points between you and your kayak are your buttocks, thighs, and feet. Proper kayak outfitting maximizes contact with all three ...