Sea Eagle 370
An easy-to-carry, robust and reliable kayak that ticks all the right boxes, for any budget model! It’s impressively versatile and easy to get comfy during trips.
This kayak will ride high on the water and isn’t best suited for high winds or poor weather. However, it’s proven rated to whitewater grade III and will provide ample support on simple recreational trips.
|Size (length x width)||12'6" x 34"|
|Warranty||Three Years (Six Optional)|
Comparison to Similar Kayaks:
|Sea Eagle 370||Advanced Elements Expedition Elite||Advanced Elements Island Voyage 2||Sea Eagle RazorLite 393rl||Sea Eagle 380x Explorer|
|Size||12'6" x 34"||13' x 32"||11'2" x 37"||12'10" x 28"||12'6" x 39"|
|Weight||32 lbs||42 lbs||31.5 lbs||35 lbs||40 lbs|
Sea Eagle 370 Review
Performance of the Sea Eagle 370
Experts agree that the Sea Eagle 370 is surprisingly robust for the price. Despite appearing to be an average inflatable kayak, this model will withstand spiky rocks and pet claws time and again.
This kayak is reasonably easy to handle up to whitewater grade III, with its high center of gravity proving a little wobbly to get used to initially. It’s simple for two beginners to get used to, with the freedom to move and adjust seats being a huge plus point.
The Pro version of this kayak is widely noted as the better of the two options. It offers greater comfort and back support, and more versatility on and off the water.
Experts seem to disagree a little on portability, with one reviewer claiming that the Sea Eagle 370 is awkward and unwieldy to move around with off the water. However, others agree that for the sheer size of the boat in contention, it compacts down into a refreshingly small and lightweight package.
Some concerns regarding the “cheap” feel of the accessories – such as the paddles – are noted. Despite its rating, this doesn’t seem to be a kayak you can rely on in extreme conditions. Also, the onboard storage is either noted by experts as a little bit lacking or glossed over completely!
That said, all experts here state that it’s extremely rare to find a kayak of similar performance at this price point. Therefore, it scores highly as an entry-level option for gentler rides, but other models – even from the same brand – handle better in a greater variety of adventures.