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Re: eskimo roll CH17 LT?
Posted by LeeG on Oct 19, 2004
the LT is more distinct in the transition from upright to capsize because it's got less freeboard. The same thing happens coming up. If anything a person is more likely to have more snug thigh braces in the LT over the standard kayak so that'll make rolling up easier. But if the outfitting is sloppy in either kayak it'll be awkward. Either way the beam and squared off cross-section on both models make for a stable platform rightside up or upside down.
In Response to: Re: eskimo roll CH17 LT? by Homer on Oct 19, 2004