The new Rogue series raft collapses to paper towel roll size which you can easily carry towards the river on the handlebars of your bike and inflates into an operational craft for navigating rivers and streams.
Packrafts can travel farther and are less complicated than other water vessels, letting owners access river networks that would be a challenge, or even impossible, to traverse otherwise. Packraft paddlers can chain together land and water mileage to produce multi-discipline voyages that might have been unfeasible before.
The Rogue raft is an ultra-lightweight, 1-person inflatable raft that is particularly sturdy, packs compact, and opens entries that were once closed by a landscape and the restrictions of gear. Now, when your route seems to dead-end into the water, the Rogue is the way. The latest packraft is built to take on both calm water and streaming rivers. The main point in the Rogue’s mixture of low weight, packability, and toughness is its Kevlar-reinforced flooring.