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ORU KAYAK INC.

4065, Emery st, 94608 Emeryville, Ca
USA

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CARAVAN SALON 2021 hall map (Hall 3): stand E27

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CARAVAN SALON 2021 fairground map: Hall 3

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 12  Outdoor
  • 12.03  Canoe / Kayak

Our products

Product category: Canoe / Kayak

Inlet

The Inlet is the lightest, most portable, and easiest to assemble folding kayak YET — an origami kayak for everyone. Designed for flat water, it's playful and light — and ridiculously fast to assemble. With the smallest box of any of our models, you can store it just about anywhere.

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Product category: Canoe / Kayak

Beach LT

The Beach LT is perfect for fun, easy, and casual paddling. For our 2021 version, we've made it even easier to assemble and use — and added a groovy print pattern inspired by sand ripples. The Beach LT's stable hull shape and spacious cockpit make it ideal for beginners, without compromising speed and agility. Take the original origami kayak out for day trips, picnics, and mellow paddles on smooth water.

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Product category: Canoe / Kayak

Bay ST

For 2021 we've added a bunch of great features to the product that launched Oru Kayak— a closed-cockpit performance kayak that's sporty, versatile, and light. We've made it even more durable, with new aluminum cockpit latches and extra-reinforced strap anchor points. Its updated print pattern is all about going back to our origami roots. The Bay ST is built for a wide variety of water types and conditions and holds enough gear for overnight trips.

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About us

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We believe that connecting to nature is a deep human need —even for those of us who live in cities.

We love exploring the world around us, and we draw inspiration from all sorts of experiences—most obviously Greenland kayaks and Japanese origami, but many others that live in the details. We’re building a business, but our real goal is to change how people connect with the water.
We have lofty goals, but we’re also a bunch of fun-loving makers and doers. We recently moved from San Francisco to an old warehouse-style sewing factory in Emeryville, CA and are feeling quite at home in our quirky neighborhood by the water. On a shared block with Pixar, a small batch coffee roaster, and a vintage race car shop, there’s enough caffeine and creativity flowing to keep us stoked day in and day out. The Bay and the ocean are both a short hop away —we can surf the Pacific in a Coast kayak in the morning, and head to a Giants game in a Beach kayak in the afternoon. We come from all around the world and we’re proud to have an atmosphere of openness and acceptance.