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Zet Toro Review 13 Comments VideoZet Kayaks Cross - Initial Review The boat feels stable in pushy water while still allowing for aggressive paddling and tight vertical power strokes. The cockpit sits low enough in the back so that it never gets in the way despite the generous amount of stern volume. In short, I have never felt as confident in a boat . Zet Toro – Review. The Toro came hot on the heels of the successful Raptor and Director kayaks. Aimed at a wide cross section of paddlers and water conditions the Toro promised stability with a racing pedigree. The boat I have on loan was kindly supplied by North East Kayaks and Paddles. ZET Toro: Team Paddler Review #3. Submitted by: Bryce Shaw | October, I've been paddling the ZET Toro for several months now and I am happy Sep 29, 0 comments ZET Toro: Team Paddler Review #2. Submitted by: Ben Hawthorne | September, The Toro is ZET’s 4th boat out of the mold and the newest addition to their Sep 23, 0 comments ZET Toro: Team Paddler Review #1. Happy Paddling friends, -Koby. Editor of The Paddler magazine and Publisher of Stand Atdhe Net Live Paddle Mag UK and Windsurfing UK magazines. The foam seat and newly re-shaped thigh braces are comfortable, stay warm when wet and don't absorb water. It would easy fit someone with much, much longer legs than myself or someone shorter, with the potential to add foam to the bulkhead for someone with especially short legs. I'm 6' tall, lbs, sz 10 feet. It's simple, easy to adjust and bomber. Apr 19, 0 comments. With the seat adjusted to the centre, I have the bulkhead two notches away from fully short. Creek kayak Time Team Jung East Kayaks and Paddles Review river runner UK whitewater Zet Toro - Review. A couple of guys I know who are much taller are relying solely on some foam for a footrest. This means a few things; 1.
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The Toro has much more rocker than the other kayaks in the Zet range, but not too much. As a result the Toro does boof pretty well.
Speed is pretty good, enough to give the slalom boys and girls a run for their money. I prefer my knees to be raised slightly higher, which is not possible due to the thickness of the seat or the profile of the deck depending on the way you look at it.
This is a personal preference and would be the only thing stopping me from getting a Toro. Gear , Kayaks. Creek kayak North East Kayaks and Paddles Review river runner UK whitewater Zet Toro - Review.
May 7, at pm. May 8, at am. I have a Perception Super sport you could borrow for the day and then the Toro would seem like it had plenty of leg length and knee height, Looks like a good all rounder.
My Sonic might wear out one day if it ever rains again in northern NSW. May 9, at pm. ZET provides, on demand, all their kayaks with a foam footrest.
I love this option as it makes the boats lighter. So relying just on foam as a footrest is a great option for which I am very thankfull to ZET.
However in a heavy impact a foam only footrest can move significantly. May 10, at pm. My full review of the new ZET Toro. Sven Perschmann, ZET Canada Team Paddler.
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The primary stability is still excellent with good secondary stability that is shorter compared to the TORO. The narrowness of the kayak makes it extremely easy to roll on its side and engage the edge for a carve or boof.
The trade off is it take less accidental lean or weight shift to fall over completely, however the secondary stability is easy to identify and quick to adapt to.
It's simple, easy to adjust and bomber. I was blown away to find the amount of foot and leg room within the CROSS.
With the seat adjusted to the centre, I have the bulkhead two notches away from fully short. It would easy fit someone with much, much longer legs than myself or someone shorter, with the potential to add foam to the bulkhead for someone with especially short legs.
The boat holds ferry angles against strong current effortlessly. It carves when put on edge but doesn't get pushed by every boil or current from side to side.
At the same time it has no "grabby" feel when moving slow though cross currents or boils. Thus far it seems a perfect balance of the amount of edge required to give a boat performance and advantage over a current, without so much as to be constantly tripping one up or making the boat scary and unpredictable in funny water.