3-Seat Inflatable Kayak - KTI 100 Orange (2022)

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A fun kayak you can fit in the trunk of your car. Comfortable and stable, perfect for family outings. The pump and the paddle are sold separately.

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BENEFITS

3-Seat Inflatable Kayak - KTI 100 Orange (41)

Volume

For 2–3people, maximum 230kg (507lb.).

3-Seat Inflatable Kayak - KTI 100 Orange (42)

Easy to assemble/disassemble

Inflate in 10minutes to 1.5psi (0.1bar) with a double-action hand pump.

3-Seat Inflatable Kayak - KTI 100 Orange (43)

(Video) Decathlon's Best Selling Inflatable Boat - Review of Itiwit 100 2/3 Places Orange Kayak

Stability

Air chambers and inflatable floor for good stability.

3-Seat Inflatable Kayak - KTI 100 Orange (44)

Glide performance

The bow is shaped for smooth gliding. 3keels.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Dimensions and weight

Inflated
Length: 382cm (12'46'')
Width: 108cm (3'5'')

Folded in bag
Height: 73cm (2'4'')
Width: 44cm (1'4'')
Thickness: 33cm (1')

Weight: 17kg (37.4 lbs)
Max pressure: 0.1bar (1.5psi)

Seats: 2 or 3

Seat comfort

The front and back seats are raised for increased comfort when paddling.
Position the seats using the markings printed on the floor.
For 3people, place atop the 3-seater symbols. For 2people, place atop the 2-seater symbols.

Easy to disassemble and fold

Includes a carry backpack and
clip-on fins.

Deflate by unscrewing the 3Boston valves.
Fold the air chambers onto the floor.
Roll, starting from the side opposite the valves, to remove all air.
Place the rolled-up kayak into the backpack’s main compartment.
Close the zip and tighten using the compression strap.

Inflation recommendations/precautions

Inflate the floor, then the first air chamber. Partially inflate the second chamber. Check their positioning. Fully inflate the kayak without exceeding 0.1bar (1.5psi).

Do not overinflate.

Close all the valves.
Install the 3keels, unless you’re kayaking on a shallow river.

In extreme heat, slightly deflate the kayak on shore to avoid overinflation, which could damage the kayak. For the same reason,
Do not leave inflated in the sun.

Glide performance

Patented bow shape: the nose and tail provide good glide. The V-shaped nose helps the kayak cut smoothly through the water.

Care instructions

If one of the air chambers becomes damaged, unzip the outer layer and remove it.
You can uncover the floor by undoing the rip-tab fastenings.

Example1: An air chamber is punctured. Patch the hole using the repair kit.
Example2: There’s a hole along a seam. Visit a Decathlon store workshop to exchange the air chamber (2-year warranty).

Directions for use

We recommend wearing a buoyancy vest while kayaking.

Restrictions

For kayaking up to 300m from shore.

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Gilles(Canada)Used for 2 week or less Verified purchaseWhat is a "Verified purchase"?

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We had the 2 places (green) and enjoyed it, but we wanted more space. This one is awesome. The special price was irresistible too.

Response of the brand

Hi Gilles,

Thank you for taking some time to review our Inflatable Kayak 3 seats - KTI 100 Orange/Black.

We're very glad that you enjoyed both kayaks and found a better solution for additional space within your budget!

We hope you enjoy a great summer on the water and we look forward to seeing you again soon!

Sportively,

Anna

(Video) ITIWIT INFLATABLE CRUISING KAYAK 2/3 SEAT Review

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Joselito(Canada)Used for 3 to 8 weeks Verified purchaseWhat is a "Verified purchase"?

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Stable and quick to set it up

Response of the brand

Hello Joselito,

Thank you for your review.

We are glad you like your inflatable kayak.

Have a great weekend,

Marie

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David(Canada)Used for 3 to 8 weeks Verified purchaseWhat is a "Verified purchase"?

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Easy to pump up and also easy to get back into pack. Was fun on the water with the kids.

Response of the brand

We are so glad to hear you're enjoying and have gotten great use out of this. We hope to see you back on Decathlon.ca soon!


Jessie

Reuven(Canada)Used for 2 week or less Verified purchaseWhat is a "Verified purchase"?

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Very easy to inflate. took less than 5 minutes. Will try it this weekend. Stay tuned

Beatrice(Canada)Used for 8 to 12 months

We bought this last spring as a way to enjoy an outdoor activity during Covid lockdowns, when many canoe and kayak rental places were shut down. We LOVE it! We have taken it out at least 20 times last spring summer and fall. We live in Toronto, so there are a lot of local waterways to explore for free. We have a 10 year old, and all three of us fit comfortably. this thing is MUCH more stable than a hardshell kayak - it will not tip over in large waves, and you can even sit on the side of it and it won't tip, because it is basically a mini pontoon boat. Very easy to set up and take down. Takes a bit of time to dry, though, because of the fabric shell, but it looks so much more durable and higher quality than those cheap vinyl ones. Lots of people ask us where we bought it each time we go out in this. Amazing value for the low price.

Response of the brand

Hello Beatrice,

Thank you for your review! We are so glad you were able to enjoy your kayak last summer during lockdown. The fact it is inflatable makes it really easy to take it everywhere with you.

Can't wait for you to use it again this summer! ☀

Have a wonderful day,

Marie 🏊🏼‍♂️

Décathlon Canada

Kurt(United States)

Would have liked to have some kind of spot to put oars when not in use or even a spot for a few fishing poles. It's excellent that I was able to pick what I wanted or already had for accessories. Good amount of room for stowage.

Response of the brand

Hi Kurt,

Appreciate your feedback and your suggestions.

Duly noted

Yann Payen Product Engineer DECATHLON

Christopher(United States)

This thing is rugged . Easy to use . You ain’t gonna flip this thing. Plenty of room . Just wow we love it seats Are very comfortable as well. And will hold a lot of weight.

Response of the brand

Hi Christopher,

Love your review. Thanks for taking the time writting it, it means a lot to us.

Have fun with your kayak.

Yann Payen Product Engineer DECATHLON

Ivan(United States)

It is a great kayak, it has a lot of space and confortable. Very for an outdoor activity with the family.

Response of the brand

Hi Ivan,

Have fun with your family using our kayak and thanks for the review.

Yann Payen Product Engineer DECATHLON

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FAQs

Is Itiwit kayak any good? ›

The Itiwit is a good kayak for small explorations on calm rivers and small lakes. If you want to do a day trip and paddle a long distance (over 20 km), you will have less fun with the kayak. Decathlon advertises a good combination of performance and stability.

Is it OK to leave an inflatable kayak inflated? ›

Do not store your kayak inflated: Keeping your kayak inflated over long periods of time can damage the valves and place extra strain on the kayak's skin. Changes in temperature can also cause the air in your kayak to expand, potentially rupturing one of its internal septums.

Can one person use a three person inflatable kayak? ›

There are a few inflatable kayaks that are tandem kayaks but the seats can be moved and they can be converted into a solo kayak. This is what I personally chose for myself. This way you can always bring someone with you but you also have the option of going solo and still having the kayak balanced.

Are inflatable kayaks worth the money? ›

If you take the time to find a good one, and if you have the budget for it, premium inflatable kayaks are excellent, and they can be the perfect solution for serious paddlers who do not have the space to store a hard-shell kayak or those who do not have the ability to transport one.

What is the toughest inflatable kayak? ›

  • #1 Intex Excursion Pro Kayak.
  • #2 Airhead Montana TK-1.
  • #3 Advanced Elements AdvancedFrame Inflatable Kayak.
  • #4 Intex Challenger.
  • #5 Solstice Durango.
  • #6 Elkton Outdoors Steelhead Inflatable Fishing Kayak.
  • #7 Driftsun Voyager 2-Person Inflatable Kayak.
  • #8 Driftsun Rover 120/22.

Where are Itiwit kayaks made? ›

Itiwit now features some ten kayak models, six paddle boards, life jackets, wetsuits and watertight bags. They are developed by a team of engineers, designers and prototype makers based in Hendaye, in the French Basque Country.

Can you stand up in an inflatable kayak? ›

Inflatable Kayaks

These come in 1- and 2-person varieties and are designed for everything from fun times on the water to whitewater, long river trips, fishing, and more. Given the very nature of a kayak, these inflatable boats are not designed for standing.

How safe are inflatable kayaks? ›

So, are inflatable kayaks safe? Inflatable kayaks are indeed safe for many different types of kayaking and water conditions. Modern inflatable kayaks are made of durable materials using time-tested construction techniques. And their multi-layer material design allows them to resist scrapes and punctures.

Can you store inflatable kayak in garage? ›

If you are hoisting it in a garage, it is exposed to temperature changes. If it gets really hot in the garage then the kayak could end up overinflating because air expands in the tubes. If it gets too cold, the air in the tubes will decrease and your kayak can possibly fall out of your hoist or can get damaged.

Where should inflatable kayaks be stored? ›

An inflated one must be stored in a dry, cool location. This is extremely important! A kayak that is stored out in the open, exposed to the harsh elements will become less functional and aesthetically pleasing. Direct sunlight will fade your inflatable kayak and it can ultimately warp it.

How do I store my inflatable kayak for winter? ›

Storing Your Boat Deflated
  1. Wash it thoroughly before storage. ...
  2. Store it dry. ...
  3. Keep it off the floor and away from the wall. ...
  4. Don't keep an inflatable a metal shed. ...
  5. If you have no room for indoor storage, a better option is to simply get a good cover for your boat and leave it on its trailer in a protected outdoor area.

How do you paddle an inflatable kayak? ›

Inflatable Kayak Basics - YouTube

Do kayak paddles make a difference? ›

Next to the kayak itself, your paddle has the biggest impact on your performance on the water. Even a short tour involves thousands of strokes, so a proper paddle can make all the difference.

What are the cons of inflatable kayaks? ›

Requires thorough drying, especially in the nooks and crannies. Once it's packed up, it can easily form mold if there's a significant pocket of water left. Relatively heavy and usually requires two people to carry. Generally not a lot of extra leg room if two people are in it.

How long does an inflatable kayak last? ›

With proper care and maintenance, you can expect most inflatable kayaks to last somewhere between 5 and ten years.

Do inflatable kayaks pop easy? ›

Ever wonder if inflatable kayaks puncture or pop easily? Quality inflatable kayaks don't pop easily nor do inflatable kayaks tear or puncture easily. The durable materials and manufacturing processes used in developing inflatable boats yield high-quality kayaks that are resistant to punctures or tears.

How much does a good inflatable kayak cost? ›

The price of an inflatable kayak will be anywhere from $90 to $2,000, depending on its quality, features, and size. The cheapest inflatable kayaks resemble pool toys, while high-end kayaks offer a genuine alternative to hardshell kayaks. They can be rugged enough for Class IV whitewater and ocean paddling.

Can inflatable kayaks handle rapids? ›

Inflatable kayaks are very versatile and can handle a lot of water; they are just not made to withstand open sea kayaking and big waves. If you are a beginner, recreational inflatable kayaks can be the best thing for you. They can handle up to class III rapids and are very stable in the water.

What should I look for when buying an inflatable kayak? ›

Look for something with various storage space or with attachment options to allow you to clip on storage bags to the top front and rear hull. Additionally, a tandem kayak that can be paddled solo will provide more space for gear. 5) Do you plan on long excursions, short paddles or all-day use.

Is Itiwit a good brand? ›

Itiwit X100 10′ is a very good board to learn stand up paddling on. This is because the wide design gives the board a high level of tipping stability, which makes it easier for beginners to keep their balance. The fin of the Itiwit X100 10′ is relatively large, which makes the Itiwit very maneuverable.

What does Itiwit stand for? ›

"ITIWIT" is a contraction of "ITInerary" and "InuIT", the inhabitants of the Arctic and Greenland, who invented kayaking thousands of years ago! In March 2015, plans to create a "paddle sports" brand were approved. The name ITIWIT is the name of the first inflatable TRIBORD kayak marketed in 2014.

Is Itiwit a Decathlon brand? ›

Itiwit products are exclusively available in Decathlon stores worldwide and on our website.

How Tippy are inflatable kayaks? ›

Inflatable kayaks can tip over, but it's extremely hard. Today's inflatable kayaks are built really well and are incredibly stable. Still, if you find yourself in a situation where your kayak has tipped over, it's actually not that difficult to get back on.

Is it harder to paddle an inflatable kayak? ›

Overall, while hard-shell kayaks have other aspects of on-the-water performance going for them, beginner paddlers will often have an easier time paddling an inflatable kayak.

What is more stable a sit in or sit on kayak? ›

If all other dimensions are equal, a sit-inside (open-cockpit) kayak is more stable than a sit-on-top kayak. In an open-cockpit kayak you're sitting lower in the boat. Your center of gravity (aka rear-end) is at or near the level of the water.

How do I get out of an inflatable kayak? ›

Getting In & Out of an Inflatable Kayak - The Principles - YouTube

Can a dog ride in an inflatable kayak? ›

The answer is YES. Most inflatable kayaks are built tough… really tough. They can handle dogs paws and claws with no worries.

How much weight can an inflatable kayak hold? ›

On average, inflatable kayaks can hold between 400 and 750 pounds.

Is it OK to leave kayak outside in winter? ›

If you can, it is best to keep your kayak in a garage, shed, or covered by an awning. If you live somewhere that gets a lot snow and ice, you definitely do not want your kayak sitting outside either in direct sun or where it can completely freeze over.

Why does my kayak go in circles? ›

Going in circles while in a paddled craft such as a kayak/canoe/raft means that there is more force being applied on one side than the other (this is also how you turn the craft). If you notice that you are going to one side, paddle more on that side and less on the other until the craft straightens out.

How do you transport an inflatable kayak? ›

As for transportation, inflatable kayaks and inflatable canoes are known to easily transport in the trunk of your car, in the back of your vehicle or RV, or if you choose to leave it inflated you can tie it down on the roof of your vehicle.

Do inflatable kayaks get moldy? ›

It's also possible for your kayak to grow some icky black mildew on it. To get rid of that and the musty smell that can accompany it, spray your kayak with vinegar and let it sit out in the sun to dry. The vinegar will kill the mold spores and remove any fetid odor. Don't worry …

How long does it take to inflate an inflatable kayak? ›

Inflating a kayak is easy and only takes a few minutes. It will take 5 – 8 minutes with a manual pump, and about 2 minutes with an electric pump. After you inflate your kayak a few times, you'll get faster and more efficient at it.

How do you clean a moldy kayak? ›

Soak the inflatable kayak with water for 15 to 30 minutes, then begin scrubbing it with either vinegar water or dish soap. If your inflatable kayak smells bad, we recommend using antibacterial soap to kill any bad-smelling bacteria or mold then hitting it with a spray-on air freshener.

Will a kayak crack in cold weather? ›

If you don't store your kayak properly in the winter, the regular expansion and contraction of snow and ice on your kayak can cause the rotomolded plastic itself to crack. This will lead to leaks and the need for major repairs when spring comes around.

Is it OK to leave a kayak outside? ›

Where to store your kayak: Keeping it indoors offers the best protection, but that's not always practical. Outdoors is suitable, so long as the boat is protected from sun and weather.

Do I need a kayak cover? ›

Contact with the ground could cause damage due to moisture or freezing temperatures. Hang your kayak or cover the ground the best you can with waterproof and weather-resistant tarps or other materials.

What should I look for when buying an inflatable kayak? ›

Look for something with various storage space or with attachment options to allow you to clip on storage bags to the top front and rear hull. Additionally, a tandem kayak that can be paddled solo will provide more space for gear. 5) Do you plan on long excursions, short paddles or all-day use.

How much does a good inflatable kayak cost? ›

The price of an inflatable kayak will be anywhere from $90 to $2,000, depending on its quality, features, and size. The cheapest inflatable kayaks resemble pool toys, while high-end kayaks offer a genuine alternative to hardshell kayaks. They can be rugged enough for Class IV whitewater and ocean paddling.

Which inflatable kayak is best for sea? ›

8 Best Inflatable Kayaks For Ocean
  • 3.1 1. Advanced Elements StraightEdge Angler Pro.
  • 3.2 2. Bestway Hydro-Force Cove Champion.
  • 3.3 3. Flydem Hydro-Force.
  • 3.4 4. Sevylor Quikpak K5.
  • 3.5 5. Advanced Elements Attack Pro.
  • 3.6 6. Sea Eagle 370 Deluxe.
  • 3.7 7. Sea Eagle 330 Pro.
  • 3.8 8. BOTE Deus Aero.

How long will an inflatable kayak last? ›

With proper care and maintenance, you can expect most inflatable kayaks to last somewhere between 5 and ten years.

Are inflatable kayaks less tippy? ›

Inflatable kayak- less likely.

An inflatable kayak has a less angled, just about flat, bottom surface made up of an air filled rougher shaped plastic material that takes even more effort to tilt side to side. This all makes tipping less likely for the paddler.

Are inflatable kayaks harder to paddle? ›

Overall, while hard-shell kayaks have other aspects of on-the-water performance going for them, beginner paddlers will often have an easier time paddling an inflatable kayak.

How puncture resistant are inflatable kayaks? ›

Punctures are rare but if a leak does occur it can be patched easily. Sinking is not an option as the majority of inflatable kayaks have three main air chambers. If one air chamber should get a leak, you will still stay afloat and able to get back to shore because the other air chambers will keep you up.

Is kayaking good exercise? ›

Canoeing and kayaking are low impact activities that can improve your aerobic fitness, strength and flexibility. Specific health benefits include: Improved cardiovascular fitness. Increased muscle strength, particularly in the back, arms, shoulders and chest, from moving the paddle.

Can an inflatable kayak be used on a river? ›

Inflatable kayaks, despite what a lot of people think, are actually incredibly durable. These days they're built to withstand tough conditions. You can take them on flat water, rivers, or even out on the ocean without fear of them popping and sinking.

How much weight can an inflatable kayak hold? ›

On average, inflatable kayaks can hold between 400 and 750 pounds.

Can inflatable kayaks handle rapids? ›

Inflatable kayaks are very versatile and can handle a lot of water; they are just not made to withstand open sea kayaking and big waves. If you are a beginner, recreational inflatable kayaks can be the best thing for you. They can handle up to class III rapids and are very stable in the water.

Can you use inflatable kayak in salt water? ›

Yes, inflatable kayaks CAN handle the ocean. It's completely safe to go kayak surfing with these… but only if you have the right kayak. Not all kayaks can handle saltwater and rough waves – but there are some that are specifically made for these adrenaline-pumping adventures.

Are inflatable kayaks safe for dogs? ›

The answer is YES. Most inflatable kayaks are built tough… really tough. They can handle dogs paws and claws with no worries.

Do inflatable kayaks pop easy? ›

Ever wonder if inflatable kayaks puncture or pop easily? Quality inflatable kayaks don't pop easily nor do inflatable kayaks tear or puncture easily. The durable materials and manufacturing processes used in developing inflatable boats yield high-quality kayaks that are resistant to punctures or tears.

Can you fish in an inflatable kayak? ›

Inflatable kayaks, as a general class of boats, are excellent boats for fishing. The sheer versatility of inflatable kayaks makes them superb fishing platforms. They can be used on small ponds, large lakes, in sheltered ocean bays and on the longest and nastiest of river floats.

How do I protect my inflatable kayak? ›

How To Protect Your AdvancedFrame Kayak - YouTube

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