First developed for water-based big game hunting, Greenland style kayaks maintain the distinctive features that emulate the traditional bone and skin kayaks. Greenland designs utilize hard chines, where flattened sections of the hull are joined by sharp transitions. The hard chine bottom gives these kayaks high initial stability and is conducive to riding surf. The low decks are less effected by wind. They're highly capable in rough waters and quite maneuverable.
Nigel Foster designed the Rumour for low-effort cruising and a slim fit. It has a buoyant bow and low profile stern, with the shallow-arch hull between hard chines running into a shallow "V" toward the stern.
The Suka is a Greenland style design sized especially for smaller paddlers. The shallow "V" hull and hard chines gives a sense of security when carving graceful turns.
The Caribou is a classic Greenland style design that has a cult-like following of paddlers from all over the world.
The Isle is a super-sized Greenland style design with all their great qualities for a larger paddler. Sized comparably to our Solstice GT Titan, it's a unique alternative to a North American style design.