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Although built to be paddled tandem, an innovative Auto Trim Hull makes the Old Town twin kayak efficient for smooth solo paddling as well. Three-layer polyethylene is rugged enough to last through years of hard family use. Comfort Flex seats are supercomfortable, fully adjustable and equipped with cup holders. Glide Track Foot Brace system features an easy-to-reach adjustments for reset while paddling. Designed for outings of a few hours in calm to light winds. Auto Trim Hull prevents bow from popping up when paddling solo from the stern seat. Front seat can be removed to free up space for your dog or fishing and hunting gear. USA.
The Old Town Twin Heron Kayak is great for paddling with a partner, your dog, or all the camping gear you need for an extended stay in the wilderness. Old Town engineered a hull that won't pop up when you're paddling this boat alone, so you can comfortably paddle from the stern seat without feeling like you're riding a wheelie across the lake. The front seat can be easily removed to make room for gear when you're headed out on a multi-day trip or to make room for Fido. The boat includes two adjustable Comfort Flex seats for full-day comfort on the water. The easy-to-adjust foot brace system keeps your feet secure and comfortable, and it's fitted with position indicators so you can set both sides to identical lengths. Getting the boat to and from the water is easy with a partner thanks to carrying handles at the bow and stern. The boat also features paddle holders and cup holders, so you can enjoy the beverage of your choice out on the lake without dropping your paddle after a few too many.
Designed to paddle tandem or solo, this fun-to-paddle recreational kayak features the Auto Trim hull that prevents the bow from riding up out of the water when paddling from the solo position.