Inflatable kayaks. Part 1: Fabrics and Fabrication

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  2. Col Yeo

    I bought a Gumotex twist Nitrilon Light. On it second outing because it is so light it was flipped over by a light gust on to a small stick which punctured it. Our Gumo Solar which we have had extensive use for over 4 years would never have puncture but it is made of the standard Nitrilon.
    Gumotex said the stick would have puncture any inflatable which is obviously not true.
    The retailer has offered to send it back to them but with that attitude I don’t expect them to accept that the Nitrilon Light is flawed or up to the job.

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