There are always interesting things to see when walking through the Folbot factory. There are kayaks in all stages of manufacturing — from the raw materials to the finished boat.
Do you know what this is?
Winner gets to bask in the glow of knowing they were correct.
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Folds of deck material? Sort of squooshed up into accordion folds?
These are sponsons that have been inflated to make sure the seals are airtight. Two are made at the same time and after sitting inflated for at least 24 hours they are separated and inserted into the kayak’s skin.
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