Chinook 90


$449.00 Retail Price: Retail Price: $550.00
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Chinook 90

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The Chinook 90 is back and ready for action in 2021. Aquaglide’s shortest open cockpit kayak that provides exceptional maneuverability for calm rivers and shorter trips on flat water. With its compact 9-foot open bow layout, the Chinook allows for easy transitions in and out of the boat. If you are looking for a lightweight recreational boat that’s easy to set-up and provides easy transitions in and out of the water, the Chinook 90 is for you.


    • Length - 9' |
    • Width -  35" |
    • Weight - 19 lbs | 8.7 kg
    • Manufacturers Item -  584120112
    • UPC - 0790628042499
    • Capacity - 1 Person
    • Max. Weight - 250 lbs | 113 kg
    • Chambers 3 - Tubes [1] 2.0psi (0,14bar), Floor [2] 1.0psi (0,07bar)

Key User Features

    • Core 2.0 Seat
    • Rod Holders
    • Boston Valve
    • Quick Release Fin
    • Cockpit Drain
    • Accessory Strap
    • Paddle Keeper
    • Webbing Handles
    • D-Rings
    • Velcro Adjustment

Key Technical Features

    • HexShell: 600 denier hex ripstop polyester for strength and durability
    • EvoBeam: An evolution of Aquaglide's x-beam technology newly engineered for maximum strength and performance
    • 1 year warranty against any and all manufacturing defects




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    Disappointed with the Chinook 90

    Posted by Doug Little on 2022 Jul 28th

    I have owned an Aquaglide Chelan tandem kayak for the past 4 years and really like it. My wife wanted a smaller kayak to use on her own so I bought her the Aquaglide Chinook 90. What a difference from the Chelan!. It does not track well. With each paddle, you zigzag through the water. The fin doesn't seem to work at all. The seat also sits much lower than the chelan making it more difficult to paddle. My wife has some mobility issues so she liked that she was able to kneel on the chelan tube and rotate into the seat when entering the kayak That is not possible on the chinook due to the low pressure in the tubes and because it is much easier to tip over. I also prefer the air valves on the Chelan. We are having to refill the air on the Chinook each day as the one tube is soft each morning. I wish that I had ordered the smallest chelan even though it is longer & more expensive than the chinook. My wife has only used it for 2 short outings and now the Chinook will probably sit unused most of the time. I should have done more research before buying.