Puncture Free Wheels: High grip rubber tread wheels are puncture free. Never worry about getting a flat tire on your kayak and canoe cart. Includes adjustable kick stand. This cart is designed for all terrains to get you paddling anywhere.
Strap your canoe or kayak to the cart and roll to your next destination. Keeps you from having to lift and carry your heavy boat too and from the water. Adjustable rubberized pads fit most hull shapes.
Tool Free Assembly: Dismantles in under 20 seconds and fits inside kayak hatch to take to your next destination. Allows for easy transportation and quick assembly at home, on the beach, or on the water.
Durable Construction: Reinforced composite material, thermos-bonded elastomeric hull pads and stainless steel reinforced axles. Will not rust. The C-TUG is made of non-corroding engineering polymers, with stainless steel reinforced axles.
New Zealand Made. 300 lbs (120kg) loading limit. The Railblaza C-Tug is the most versatile and durable kayak cart on the market.
Easy to assemble★★★★
Easy to use★★★★
Frequently Asked Questions
Anyone tow their kayak with this cart behind their bike?
Best thing for towing a kayak with your bike is a homemade PVC cart that uses a 5/8th threaded rod axle and 10-inch inflatable dolly wheels that have 5/8th (lawnmower size) bearings. There are several videos online showing how to make these carts - it's pretty easy. When you're going bicycling speed, you need something with bearings, you want pneumatic tires, and you want a cart that won't collapse because it isn't designed to collapse.
What are the dimensions of this disassembled? I am wondering if it will fit in my hatch
The cart fits in my hatch that has an opening 17”x8”. The wheels come off the two top pads come of and the frame can be separated into two pieces, my hatch is deep and wide enough I keep frame in one piece. Hope this helps.
Would you recommend this or something more conventional for daily pulling around 200-300 meters on hard surfaces like asphalt? Wear and tear?
These tires are designed more for use on trails, sand, etc. -- not asphalt or concrete. I suspect it would cause them to wear and fail prematurely. Not sure if they make optional tires that are more for hard surfaces. This is an excellent cart, but I don't think those wheels would last very long under your type of use.
how much does the cart raise the boat above ground?