MixMaster Meet the new playmaster of the river! It slices & dices every drop of water with a super-low volume, high-performance bow & stern. The ride of the Mixmaster is from a bygone era, but this new and improved design, now mixed with better ergonomics, hull shape and overall package brings retro to modern! If you thought you could never squirt, flatwater cartwheel, bow or stern stall a boat before, think again. The MixMaster is the ultimate learning tool for those who just need something easier. If you have pre-existing skills, this is the ultimate mix of wave, hole, flatwater and eddy line fun. Two sizes will cover most paddlers. You too will be a MixMaster with this boat!

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MixMaster - Product Description

Product Features

  • 1  - Low Volume Bow

    Super low volume bow for learning bow stalls, cartwheels, pirouettes, plowing enders and mystery moves.
  • 2  - Slice & Dice

    Slicey and dicey, anyone can learn to squirt in this boat and even stern stall, splat, or cartwheel!
  • 3  - Cockpit Area

    Slicey and low-volume, but super-comfortable for such a small boat! Jackson Kayak ergonomics make this a joy to paddle all day.
  • 4  - Hull Design

    High-performance wave-surfing machine for small, medium or big waves.

Comments on “MixMaster”

  1. Jeff Wex
    November 9, 2017 at 10:31 am

    Why do the pics of the Mixmaster on the dealer sites look so different from the promo video? The video makes it look like a fun runner with less volume in the ends. The dealer pics make it look like a tuna. I was ready to order one based on the video. I bought 3 new antix this year so this is coming from a loyal fan of Jackson boats. Also own a fun runner,little hero and 4 fun. Maybe you can sell me one of the concept boats. Not interested in the tuna. Clearer pics of the final product from all angles are much needed. Loving the antix and my older boats.

  2. max murray
    November 14, 2017 at 4:56 pm

    Come on Jackson, let’s get some more specs on this boat. More video. I’m so excited for it to come out

  3. Jeff Wex
    January 15, 2018 at 10:57 am

    What’s going on with the Mixmaster? No new videos. No new pics. No reviews? Like to know more before spending $1250

  4. Jeremy Taylor
    January 21, 2018 at 11:43 pm

    I been dieing to try out your mixmaster it looks like a fun boat to try out and a easy cart wheeling boat

  5. May 13, 2018 at 10:13 am

    We’ve had our demo MixMasters out for about 6 demos during the three weeks we’ve had them – and every single person raves about it! Stern work is really easy, and cartwheeling is in slower motion than playboats like the Rockstar. People get it when I say you “fly each end” through the water. This boat will be a hit!

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