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Looking at the weight spec for the nano and some sites say medium up to about 80kg and then other sites say up to 100kg
This is based on the medium.
Can anyone confirm or give recommendations based on experience.
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the only thing i can say is i paddled the nano for a fortnight in austria. medium, i weight 70kgs. was ideal size for me
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I weigh in around 95Kg in my paddling kit (dry). I find the large Nano is just right for me and a cracking river runner.
I chose the Nano on impulse and against much advice ... turns out I love it.
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At about 85 kg, I rally enjoy the medium Nano as a fun little boat on steep and bouldery rivers. I'm certainly towards the top of the weight range and if it were my only boat, I would probably go for the large.