Transparent Kayak Made from Key Ingredient in Bulletproof Glass
Witness life above and below the water with Clear Blue Hawaii's Molokini
Lots of people have a fear of the unknown, especially when that unknown is the mysterious depths of the ocean. To ease people’s worries, the Seattle-based company Clear Blue Hawaii has come up with a completely see-through kayak that’s made from a polycarbonate material used in the production of bulletproof glass and fighter jet canopies. Now you can take in the full beauty of what’s above and below the water – without any fear of your kayak not being tough enough.
The Molokini Kayak comes equipped with an anodized aluminum internal frame system, dual flotation bladders and a three-quart water bailer. For those who might buy more than one, you can also remove the frame to make the transportation and storage of multiple units much easier. As for aesthetics, here’s how the company describes Molokini’s “simple purity” and “irresistible beauty”: