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Explore a diverse selection of kayak carts from renowned brands YakAttack and Railblaza, designed to conquer all terrains with ease. Whether launching from boat ramps, shorelines or beaches, these carts effortlessly transport various watercraft and heavy loads. From lightweight options for individual use to robust models suited for adaptive kayaking programs and high-use environments, there's a perfect cart for every need. See how they compare and discover the ideal kayak cart to enhance your water adventures today. 


If you’ve ever lugged a 50-pound kayak a hundred yards from your vehicle to the water by hand, then you know how much easier it is to strap your boat to a cart and pull it with you. Both the TowNStow Bunkster and the C-Tug offer exceptional kayak carts designed to simplify this task. Their light weight and tool-free assembly allow them to be put together or taken apart in just seconds, and their compact design means they can be stored in your day hatch or canoe, eliminating the need for an extra trip to the car.


Let’s talk about what really sets the TowNStow BarCart and C-Tug Double Up apart; it’s all about the weight they can handle. Unlike most carts out there, they can handle 400 pounds or more, making them ideal for high-use environments and heavy loads. This robust capability is perfect for transporting a fully decked-out angling kayak, a canoe loaded with camping gear or assisting a kayaker with a disability into the water.



Having the right wheels for the right environment is crucial for an effortless kayaking experience. The C-Tug offers two wheel styles: high-grip, rubber tread puncture-free wheels for general use, and SandTrakz wheels for sandy environments. On soft sand, SandTrakz wheels compress to create a longer track length, reducing the effort needed to pull the cart by more than half.

The TowNStow BarCart also comes with two wheel options. The 3-piece BeadLoc wheel design features durable, grippy rubber tread, perfect for hard-packed surfaces. For soft surfaces like sand and mud, the Sand Wheels, with air-filled balloon tires and sealed hubs to keep out grit, are ideal. Both wheel types easily snap into place and can be removed with the push of a button, offering versatility and convenience.



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Kayak Cart Comparison


If you have a kayak or canoe, you likely own other types of watercraft too, such as a SUP or inflatable raft. Whatever you have, the C-Tug’s reinforced composite material, thermo-bonded elastomeric pads, stainless steel-reinforced axles, and camlock buckle strap ensure your lightweight craft stays safe and secure during transport.

The TowNStow BarCart is designed for modern kayak hulls, which come in many shapes. Its versatile bunk system includes both inline bars and crossbars to suit various boats. The BarCart can carry kayaks "roof rack style" with crossbars for pontoon-shaped or flat-bottom boats, or "bunk-style" with parallel bars for V-shaped hulls. The bars lock into six positions to match the boat’s width and hull shape, with multiple tie-down points for different sizes, including strap loops in the wheel hubs for wider kayaks and a central tie-down at the axle for narrower ones.



Both Railblaza and YakAttack are known for their quality products and craftsmanship. Railblaza has ingrained sustainability into the very fabric of its operations, ensuring that each product not only stands up to the rigors of the outdoors but also upholds their responsibility to the environment.


And with the new release of its TowNStow BarCarts, YakAttack has raised the bar even further. Their products were tested in a variety of environments, including flat surfaces, trails and a 5" drop test. They were designed for harsh marine environments and have a "built for life" guarantee.


One of the needs of adaptive paddling programs is helping people who may not have the use of their limbs get in and out of the kayak. This is much easier to do on dry land, on a flat surface.  With the TowNStow BarCart and C-Tug Double Up Cart, paddlers with quadriplegia or other physical disabilities can transfer into the kayak on land and then be transported with the kayak cart directly into the water. Once the kayak is afloat, the straps are undone and the wheels are moved from beneath the kayak. Watch this video to see it in action.  These two carts are by far the most affordable heavy duty kayak carts available to programs.

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