TERRAVENT

Folding Kayaks

Folding Kayaks

Assemble In Minutes

Assemble In Minutes

We make the most innovative, portable boats in the world—a foldable fleet designed with simplicity, freedom and joy in mind. Our kayaks are packable and compact, but they never compromise on durability or performance.

  • Light and Portable

    This 1-person kayak is lightweight and portable, especially suitable for long-distance travel. We can easily put it into the trunk of a car, an airplane, or carry it on back and go.

  • Easy to Assemble

    It only takes less than 10 minutes for one person to install the boat.Without a special treatment, you only need to clean and store it properly after using.And you should protect it form direct sunlight.

  • For Kayaking Lovers

    Foldable kayak can be used for all kinds of fitness water outdoor sports when you are in tourism, fishing, playing, gathering, competition, leisure. etc.  Portable, Versatile, and Light - an unbelievable combination for a performance kayak. It will captivate both beginners and experts’ eyes.

Durabilty

Durabilty

TERRAVENT kayaks are created from 5 mm double-layered, custom-extruded polypropylene with a 10-year UV treatment. They are incredibly puncture + abrasion resistant and built to last. With a super tough hull, they can withstand sliding over rocks, bumping into obstacles, and they are rated to 2000 times fold cycles. 

Excellent Performance

Excellent Performance

The kayaks with expansion size of 154inch, max load of 330lbs. Kayaking under the third level gentle breeze, the effective speed can reach 4.3-7.5 mph.

Compact, Easy and Fun

Compact, Easy and Fun

This sit-inside kayak is small in size but has the capability of rotational kayaking. It can be easily assembled and packed up. And when the kayak is in the water, it 's smooth and elegant with a high speed. Even for the beginners, it's very stable. Its shape and contour makes it very fast in the water. TERRAVENT kayak will make your travelling full of fun.

From Our Customers

It took a few weeks before I could take this beauty out on its maiden voyage, but once I did it did not disappoint. I launched it from a local dock on a nearby lake and took my two kids out on what was a choppy windy day on the lake. The stability and handling of the kayak was superb considering I had my two most precious cargo on the deck of the kayak. The lake was extraordinarily choppy with 3' waves, but the kayak was stable and I was able to navigate using some previous skill. It remained a safe and fun voyage although short lived due to the roughness of the lake. The kayak did not disappoint and was beautiful to en-devour. Make sure you know where you plan to store it and how to maneuver it to where you want to store it. At just over 12' long, it is sizable.

Christ
Los Angeles, CA

It took me nearly half an hour to assemble it the first time, but now I have it down to roughly 8 minutes. I've been out in the SF Bay, in rivers, estuaries, and in big surf. The boat continues to impress me with its versatility and performance. It's light enough to be carried a few miles in a pack and still durable enough to launch off rocks.

Pros: fast on the water, lots of storage, stable, tracks incredibly straight and edges pretty well, too.

Cons: it's a puzzle to assemble / put back the first few times.

Leo
New Orleans, LA

After paddling almost exclusively ocean in and around Seattle I can confidently say this boat can stand up the harshest and most varied conditions. It's been great in big surf, longer 5-day trips loaded with gear, and for many of my friends to paddle on weekdays. I plan to leave this boat in my trunk and take it wherever I go. I truly has changed my paddling routine.

Michael Lee
Montreal, QC

I've only had the chance to test this vessel already assembled and in calm marina conditions, but for being a foldable sea kayak I was impressed and thought about how liberating it would be to be able to take your own sea kayak with you on airplanes when you travel for expeditions. My only con is the seat seems a bit low quality for being an expedition kayak, so I'd probably find a better seat solution. Super stoked to try this on a longer trip!

Dave B.
Toronto, ON

It took a few weeks before I could take this beauty out on its maiden voyage, but once I did it did not disappoint. I launched it from a local dock on a nearby lake and took my two kids out on what was a choppy windy day on the lake. The stability and handling of the kayak was superb considering I had my two most precious cargo on the deck of the kayak. The lake was extraordinarily choppy with 3' waves, but the kayak was stable and I was able to navigate using some previous skill. It remained a safe and fun voyage although short lived due to the roughness of the lake. The kayak did not disappoint and was beautiful to en-devour. Make sure you know where you plan to store it and how to maneuver it to where you want to store it. At just over 12' long, it is sizable.

Christ
Los Angeles, CA

It took me nearly half an hour to assemble it the first time, but now I have it down to roughly 8 minutes. I've been out in the SF Bay, in rivers, estuaries, and in big surf. The boat continues to impress me with its versatility and performance. It's light enough to be carried a few miles in a pack and still durable enough to launch off rocks.

Pros: fast on the water, lots of storage, stable, tracks incredibly straight and edges pretty well, too.

Cons: it's a puzzle to assemble / put back the first few times.

Leo
New Orleans, LA

After paddling almost exclusively ocean in and around Seattle I can confidently say this boat can stand up the harshest and most varied conditions. It's been great in big surf, longer 5-day trips loaded with gear, and for many of my friends to paddle on weekdays. I plan to leave this boat in my trunk and take it wherever I go. I truly has changed my paddling routine.

Michael Lee
Montreal, QC

I've only had the chance to test this vessel already assembled and in calm marina conditions, but for being a foldable sea kayak I was impressed and thought about how liberating it would be to be able to take your own sea kayak with you on airplanes when you travel for expeditions. My only con is the seat seems a bit low quality for being an expedition kayak, so I'd probably find a better seat solution. Super stoked to try this on a longer trip!

Dave B.
Toronto, ON