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At this point, the only place you can be safe and actually enjoy your surroundings is the great outdoors. One of the best ways to enjoy the world outside is from a kayak. Forget the rentals and the large ones that require a special roof rack for transport because the Fina Foldable Kayak Prototype is going to change the way you get out on the water. Conceived of by industrial designer Cristina BorrĂ s after a trip to visit her sister in Venice, Italy, this kayak was created to allow the two of them to have a “wonderful little boat to sail the canals together” while also being able to accommodate the lack of storage at her place in Venice. The end result is a plywood construction, five-meter kayak that collapses down into only two-meters long by effectively splitting the boat in half with clever construction and origami-like folding precision. It’s as gorgeous as it is functional, and we hope it sees production some time in the near future.

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