Frame consists of powder-coated aluminum with stainless steel hardware. The 10" tires are airless and will never go flat. Kayak rests on rubber pads. Entire cart folds down to 27" x 13" x 3" and can be carried in the included mesh bag. Holds 125 lbs.
Weight capacity is on the low side. Rubber cushions are fairly small.
Holds kayaks weighing up to 200 lbs. Frame constructed from high-strength anodized steel. Wears 9.5", inflatable knobby tires for smooth movement over rough surfaces. Oversized bumper pads protect your kayak from scratches. Folds for storage.
This cart isn't as stable as some of the others on our list.
The 12" balloon tires distribute the weight of your gear over a large area to prevent getting stuck. Cart holds up to 165 lbs. Frame is solid aluminum and easy to assemble without tools. Also includes ratchet straps to secure your kayak.
Inflatable tires won't be as durable as solid units over time.
Wheels measure 16" and wear solid urethane tires. Powder-coated steel frame supports kayaks up to 300 lbs. Includes spring-loaded kickstand, adjustable padded top bars, and a cinch strap. Cart measures 30 1/2" x 16" x 17 1/2".
This design doesn't work as well with wide kayaks. Tires are quite narrow.
This product covers all the bases for a high-quality kayak cart, and it does so affordably. Supports up to 165 lbs with its aluminum frame and solid tires. Very easy assembly. Also includes spring-loaded stand and ratchet straps.
Solid tires may cut into soft sand, hindering the cart's mobility in some situations.
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