Highest Weight Capacity
Brooklyn PK13

The slender pedal kayak developed by the Brooklyn Kayak Company is the perfect equipment to use when cruising at high speed. The smooth pedals integrated into the gear make you propel at light speed, while the adjustable foot straps keep your feet in place.

The manufacturer included the hand-operated rudder to give you full control of the craft’s direction without you having to put too much effort. At 550 pounds weight capacity, this boat is able to hold enough essentials to last you until the end of your kayaking trip.

The rear cargo area is equipped with bungee cords that can keep your duffle bag, cooler, and other items safe. The aluminum-built chair has a padded backrest, which helps to protect your back muscles from becoming sore. You can adjust your chair according to your preference and stay back and relax while pedaling or fishing.

Our Overall Review

4.5

Things we like:

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    Bungee cargo combined with the extra storage spread throughout the boat allow you to bring plenty of items on board
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    It comes with a paddle in case you want to get an arm workout out of your kayaking journey too

Things we don't like:

  • check-markOnce the warranty expires, it becomes hard to get fixes from the manufacturer

Where to buy:

brooklyn pk13 pedaling kayak

Brooklyn PK13

Specs & Features

  • Type: Sit on Top
  • Length: 13 feet
  • Weight Capacity: 550 pounds
  • Dimensions: 156 x 33.2 x 14.8 inches
  • Weight: 80 pounds
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Our Overall Review

4.5

Things we like:

  • check-mark
    Bungee cargo combined with the extra storage spread throughout the boat allow you to bring plenty of items on board
  • check-mark
    It comes with a paddle in case you want to get an arm workout out of your kayaking journey too

Things we don't like:

  • check-markOnce the warranty expires, it becomes hard to get fixes from the manufacturer

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