White water kayak
Meet the brand new Pyranha Rebel. We heard what kids wanted and made it. The Rebel is a really cool looking, easy to paddle kayak that is both as comfortable and as stable as possible too. The Rebel will have kids out there looking like their paddling heroes whilst pulling new moves and impressing their friends.
The Varun was designed at a time when boats seemed to get bigger every year. We realised that somewhere along the line, people had been distracted by far flung white knuckle extremes and had forgotten about paddling their local run and just having a generally great time, so we created something that would make those runs more fun than ever! The Varun's slicey ends facilitated all the classic vertical moves, it surfed beautifully and the speed and edge were perfect for running the river in style!
The Stretch was born from the design of the 4Twenty when we noticed how well new paddlers were getting along with that boat. In the Stretch, we softened the edges a little and, well, stretched it! This gave it more speed for river running and made catching waves a little easier, which worked really well for people who were new to paddling and didn't want to be bricking it all the way down the river, but were still keen to get stuck into surfing and freestyle when the opportunity arose.
The Ammo was a boat with many uses; it was great for playing or for big water, but really found it's home on tight, technical lines, bringing whole new capabilities to those who wanted to really push the boundaries of kayaking. The Ammo paved the way for a new breed of short creek boats such as the Nano.
H2 Zone 255 Reviews - Pyranha | Buyers' Guide
This h2 was a stable, predictable river running kayak that handled big water gracefully. Pros paddled it down some of the hardest Class V+ creeks in the world and beginners were inspired by it's confidence boosting volume, yet discipline encouraging edge. This boat started something much bigger than we could have ever imagined, and it's key features formed the basis of the world famous Burn design that still allows paddlers to push their limits today.