Norse Idun

A super responsive, hard chine sea kayak, great for playing along British coastlines

The Norse Idun is a hardchine kayak and is the smaller version of the popular Bylgia. Itís hard chine and shorter length gives you full control making it playful and easy to handle in rough conditions. The lightweight, V-shaped hull also helps it to track and maintain speed when touring.

Glass: £1699.00

Carbon: £2099.00

Norse Idun Sea Kayak Red White
Norse Idun Sea Kayak in North Wales
Norse Idun and Norse Bylgja
Norse Bylgja Sea Kayak Paddling on a Loch
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Norse Idun


The Norse Idun is a shorter, hardchine kayak which measures 15'11ft, making it easy to handle to and from the water. The shorter length makes this a very playful yet stable in rough water condition. It comes with a firm drop down skeg helping you to track much better on more demanding journeys. Its hull and sides are reinforced with Aramid increasing its durability, which helps it to withstand tougher conditions on the water, as well as being better protected against knocks and scrapes off the water.


With its four hatches the Norse Idun gives you plenty of storage for day trips out on the water. It has three bulk heads, two at the rear and one at the front. The small day hatch in front of you gives you handy little storage space that can easily be accessed when on the water. The Norse Idun has an adjustable backrest and adjustable footrests, helping you to achieve the best and most comfortable fit for paddling.


Overall the Norse Idun is a superb little sea kayak thatís incredibly playful and responsive, yet maintains a good stable and tracking. This makes it an ideal kayak for our British waterways and the excellent paddling conditions our Jurassic coast lines have to offer.


This model is best suited for paddlers between 40kg Ė 80kg, larger paddlers should check out the Norse Bylgja.

Features

  • Deck Lines & Bungees
  • Retractable Skeg System
  • Deck Compass Recess
  • V hull with gentle rocker, flatter bottomed mid section and hard chines.
  • Two main hatches fore and aft with generous storage bulkheads
  • Convenient small forward deck hatch - accessable whilst on the water
  • Meduim sized rear deck hatch and third bulkhead also accessible while paddling
  • Constructed From Vacuum Bagged Fibreglass Composite, reinforced with aramid along the keel & chines

Dimensions

  • Length: 15'11 / 485 CM
  • Width: 21.26 Inches / 54 CM
  • Weight: 50.7LB / 23 KG
  • Volume: 350 Litres
  • Cockpit: 90cm x 46cm - R5 / Bigdeck for easy fit or R4 / Keyhole for tight fit
  • Manufacturers Maximum Loading Weight: 180 KG
  • Manufacturers Max Weight Capacity: 140kgOptimum weight capacity may differ - please contact us if you are unsure about the suitability of the Norse Idun for your weight

Colours

Norse Idun Sea Kayak in Black White

Black/White

Norse Idun Sea Kayak in Red White

Red/White

Delivery Information

Delivery of Clothing, Equipment, Accessories, Paddles & Inflatable Boats/Boards:

We offer a delivery service throughout the UK & Northern Ireland. Most deliveries arrive within 1-3 working days, although some deliveries may take longer.


Delivery of Kayaks & Canoes:

We offer a delivery service on most kayaks & canoes covering most of the UK & Northern Ireland - Some products and areas are excluded. We provide a bespoke delivery service for canoes and kayaks to improve the level of service and minimise the risk of damage.


Most Kayak & Canoe deliveries arrive within 1-2 weeks (not guaranteed) from confirming your order. The majority of Canoe & Kayak deliveries will be quicker than this but some may take longer.


For further information, please read our Delivery Information page.


Click & Collect - Stores Nationwide:

We also offer a collect from store service. Collection for orders placed online can be made from any of our Canoe Shops UK Stores.


For full details on our Click & Collect service, please see: Nationwide Click & Collect

Give us a call on 01202 625256 if you have any questions about the Norse Idun