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Titan Kayaks Nymph – A Closer Look

Titan Kayaks have shared a number of images of what will be a new slicey river runner. 

Titan Kayaks Nymph
Titan Kayaks Nymph – A Closer Look

The specs are as follows.

Length: 274cm | Width: 65cm | Volume: 250lt

There have been quite a few comments about how similar this kayak is to the Pyranha Ripper.

For reference the Pyranha Ripper in medium is 27cm in length, 62cm wide and has a volume of 235lt. The large Ripper has the same length as the medium but is 63cm wide and 271lt.

Titan Kayaks Nymph
Titan Kayaks Nymph

This puts the Titan Kayaks Nymph somewhere between the medium and large Pyranha Ripper.

Titan Kayaks Nymph
Titan Kayaks Nymph

On first look there are definitely some similarities but this is a different boat. There appears to be more rocker in the bow.

Titan Kayaks Nymph
Titan Kayaks Nymph
Titan Kayaks Nymph
Titan Kayaks Nymph

The side profile and the edges on the hull are also different and the fade out to the stern is also quite different.

We are really looking forward to seeing one of these in the flesh.

What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below.

1 Comment

  1. Both the Pyranha Rip off and this thing out of Malasia are copies of a Dagger Axiom. Just get the better kayak. I have paddled both the Rip off and Axiom and much prefer the Axiom, nicer rails, nicer outfitting, easier to do the same moves in, such as tail squirts. These kayaks have a history of battles dating back to people considering buying a Pyranha Acrobat 270 or an RPM, but the RPM didn’t remove skin from fingers on exposed bolts or crack its hull due to flex under the seat. Put it another way would you buy a Porsche, or a Porsche copy from Malasia, or just get a Ferrari? But in the end, go have fun out on a river in whatever suits your needs the best.

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