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It's supported by a corrosion-resistant Carbon Kevlar frame system with transparent, military-grade Urethane skin—all in all, it's pretty legit. But probably the coolest thing about this kayak besides it's transparency is that you can fold it small enough to fit into a hiking backpack.
It's a total of 13 feet long and 22 inches wide in the middle. It was designed by New Zealand-born designer Murray Broom, and is even a part of the Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection.
The Napali retails for $6,320, plus $225 for shipping.
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