Old Town Penobscot 164

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2NDS . With ample capacity and comfortable nylon web seats, the Old Town Penobscot 164 expedition canoe is ideal for multi-day trips and family adventures on the water. Grab handles Vinyl gunwales Nylon web seats Natural ash thwart and yoke Weight capacity: 1250 lb. Length: 16' 4 Width: 37-1_2 Bow and stern depth: 33-3_4 Center depth: 20-1_4 Weight: 75 lb. Material: Three-layer polyethylene, polyethylene decks Made in USA Boats are cosmetic 2NDS and may come with minor blemishes, not unlike those that will be incurred on the first outing. To ensure your satisfaction, please remove all packaging material immediately upon arrival, and inspect for damage prior to signing acceptance form from carrier. Note any damage on carrier’s document, and contact Sierra Trading Post with any problems. Delivery Charge: $125. Must ship via truck within the continental U.S. only. Cannot be applied to special shipping offers.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Old Town Penobscot 164 Canoe puts you in touch with the river, helping you remember the simple joy a float down your favorite stretch can bring. Penobscot 164 is ideally suited to paddlers with higher skill levels who enjoy downriver white-water racing or wilderness tripping. Straight keel line and sharp bow entry reduce friction in the water, and the rounded bottom provides turning responsiveness. 3-layer polyethylene offers excellent stiffness, high durability and light weight at an affordable price. Center yoke thwart offers manageable solo portaging while polyethylene decks with molded handles facilitate 2-person transport. Webbing seats are comfortable and long-lasting; stout, unstained ash thwarts and vinyl-wrapped gunwales enhance rigidity.

- REI

Old Town Penobscot 164

MSRP:
$959.99

The Old Town Penobscot 164 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 5, 2010 at Sierra Trading Post.

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