If you're gonna have SIT in kayak might as well have somewhere nice to sit.
Very good quality sheepskin seat cover. Fastened with good old cable ties
Fastened to: one of them stackable chair seats such as Ron uses.
The back of the seat was cut down, in height, by about three or four inches.
Piece of old carpet glued to the bottom to help prevent it sliding and damaging paint.
Thigh braces were shaped a bit to make a really snug fit when the seat goes in.
Waste not want not, I actually used the cutouts from the hatch holes for the braces.
It is a bit adjustable in that it can be moved forward or back with range of about six inches.
Once it has been sat upon it is very hard to move. Which is a good thing.
Does not mind getting wet. Looks reasonably neat... to say I did it
It is as comfortable as it looks.
There is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so funny as watching someone else fall out of a boat.