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Taimen (kayak)

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Taimen (kayak)

Assembly of Taimen-3 kayak

The Taimen is the most popular and common model of a Russian folding kayak. It was and still is a very common boat in its country of origin and has been exported to other nations around the world. The Taimen kayaks have been produced in a military factory in Moscow since 1975, even though the design changed only slightly.

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