Specifications for Solstice GT Titan


Current Designs

Solstice GT Titan


17ft. 7in.




This one is made of kevlar and has the New RSS seat! I have sold several but this one has been in stock got two seasons and I would like to move it. The new Solstice GT Titan accommodates the really big and tall paddlers, and provides easier stowage of bulky equipment. So far I have had one customer that was 6'5" about 280 pounds and 6"1" about 250 pounds fit very nicely. Getting in and out is much easier with the larger cockpit and this kayak holds a ton, provides room to bend your knees, goes fast, straight and gives a very dry ride. It is fun in calm or rough water. If you are interested in this one but would like to save a lot of money, look at the slightly used Solstice GT High volume, Extra Large I have listed; it may be just the answer. Designed with outfitters and expedition voyagers in mind, the Titan has an extra-large cockpit, larger hatches and added deck volume adds comfort and capacity. A wide base seat is standard. 

This model is also available in weight reducing KEVLAR composition.





Kayaks are available in several kinds of materials and with different construction methods:

Composite kayaks are made from fiberglass, kevlar and graphite in different combinations. Fiberglass, is very durable and makes a strong and economical kayak.Kevlar is lighter and very tough so less needs to be used to make a strong and very durable kayak. Graphite is even lighter than kevlar and is used in strategic locations on some models.

Plastic, Super Compound Linear Polyethylene, (SCL) is extremely tough and durable. It is used in the rotomolded models. Cuts or breaks are so rare I have never seen one, even on white water boats. UV inhibitors are blended in to protect from the sun. This is the most economical durable material Current Designs kayaks are built with. The down side is a little bit of flex and a bit more extra weight.

Thermoformed Composite System (TCS). These are made from an Acrylic and ABS plastic laminate. This plastic is stiffer and lighter than SCL polyethylene. It has the look and light weight of a fiberglass kayak, but costs less. For a more in depth description of these materials the Current Designs web site, or a catalog will help. Also feel free to contact us.