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Bees Knees Thigh Hooks

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The Bees Knees give Jackson Kayak whitewater boats a more secure knee fit for a better feel. This addresses the #1 request for improvement from our customers, and follows the JK way of valuing innovation and simplicity. They require no tools to adjust and are comfortable and lightweight. These should work with every whitewater boat we've ever made (with the exception of kids' boats). 

Watch the product intro video here:

And the installation instructions here:


Bees Knees Thigh Hooks Videos

9 Reviews

  • Bees Knees

    Posted by Fred Ackermann on Jun 28th 2022

    In a word “awesome “

  • Fits other WW kayaks as well

    Posted by Macfawlty on Mar 20th 2022

    I installed these in a LiquidLogic Alpha 75 with no problem. Really helps you feel locked in and ready to roll. As a relatively new WW paddler, the stock thigh braces on my LL kayak weren’t as secure as I would like in learning to roll, brace and edge. I would slip out of them sometimes when rolling, which doesn’t help your confidence. I wasn’t certain they would fit properly with the existing braces, but it was super easy, 15 min, after removing the existing neoprene. The pad hooks will need positioning to feel just right and you may have to make minor adjustments to your seat position or footrest.

  • Locked In

    Posted by Steve on Oct 28th 2021

    Just installed them in my Antix 2.0, and they are great. They give me more edge control, and I can keep my backhand a little looser. Makes my boat both more comfortable and more responsive. Pretty easy to install following the video instructions.

  • Awesome addition to the outfitting!

    Posted by Emily on Oct 1st 2021

    Loving the improved boat control and better ergonomics on these things! Install takes a bit of work, but totally worth it.

  • Made for small legs

    Posted by Dustin on Aug 15th 2021

    These are probably good if you skip leg day. Hooks are too small and put pressure on your thighs making them painful.

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