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Custom Built Boats – Your Colors and Specs
Match your organization, team, company or personality with your selection of colors and specs. Bullet is the first and only company to avoid mass-production: custom building every boat for a particular owner. A limited number of promotional boats and demos are available for immediate purchase each year.
Built by professionals with decades of experience and a passion for clean design and innovation. An example of Bullet’s care and attention to detail: re-locating seams on thwarts to protect from tearing toe- and finger-nails; one of rafting’s most common injuries. Or take a look at Bullet’s revolutionary CPS Thwarts, receiving great reviews from outfitters and professionals.
Industry Winning 6-Year Warranty
Bullets boats are crafted to meet meticulous standards of quality, and its 6-Year Warranty and company history stand behind them. In 2008, Bullet started small and cautiously, offering a 3-Year Warranty on its boats. As feedback and testing perfected its products, and as Bullets easily met commercial use demands for three years, Bullet doubled its warranty to an exceptional 6-Years.
More Boat for Your Buck
Bullets are the best boat for your buck. Bullet’s goal is to build the best boats in the business and keep them priced fairly. As former guides and outfitters we understand the financial constraints of the industry and today’s economy. Bullets consistently beat the competition on specs such as size, tube diameter, number of chambers, and material per dollar.
Ryan writes in “The IK’s have been awesome! The backrests are getting rave reviews!” After two years of prototype testing with outfitters, expect our innovative IKs to be more widely available in 2016! #finelookinboats
Expeditionist and University of Wyoming researcher, Jonathan Bowler, writes in: “I’m back to Laramie after 40 river days! The boat performed extremely well. [I have a buyer for the boat] and I’m glad that it can go to a great home where I may see it again on the river. I formed a pretty good … Continue reading →