The roomy cockpit features a padded, supportive seat, while an easy-to-deploy anchor system is handy when it's time to reel in the big one.
Comfortable and convenient touches abound, thanks to a roomy cockpit and generous, stability-enhancing width, while three-layer polyethylene construction provides exceptional stiffness and durability, surprisingly light weight, and built-in flotation at an attainable price.
- OT cushioned seat
- Click Seal hatch with bulkhead
- Molded-in dashboard with small hatch
- Cup holder
- Thigh pads
- Paddle holder
- Adjustable foot braces
- Deck bungee
- Safety perimeter line
- Flush-mounted rod holders
- Deck-mounted spinning rod holder
- Anchor trolley system
- Ten-foot, six-inch length
- 27.75-inch width
- Cockpit measures 18.5-by-38 inches (W x D)
- 14-inch deck height
- 44-pound weight
- 300-pound maximum load
About Old Town
Old Town has a long tradition of innovative technology, dating back to 1898, when the company built its first wood-and-canvas canoe, based on a Native American birch bark design. In 1940, the company rendered the traditional seal-skin kayak design in more durable wood-and-canvas, and later introduced lightweight fiberglass models in the '50s.
Today, Old Town continually strives to advance the art of paddling through design improvements and lighter, more durable materials, such as three-layer polyethylene and Superlinear technologies.