Wenonah Itasca Ultra-Light Kevlar Canoe

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2NDS . Designed to be user-friendly for all skill levels, Wenonahand#39;s 17and#39; canoe is built from Kevlarand#174; Ultra-Light that creates a smooth-paddling ride that handles moderate loads in most conditions. Available Colors: YELLOW.

- Sierra Trading Post

Load up the Wenonah Itasca Kevlar Ultra-Light canoe and set off for the best paddle trip of your life. The 49 lb. Wenonah Itasca Kevlar Ultra-Light canoe is incredibly lightweight, tough and and responsive thanks to its Kevlar(R) composite construction. Vacuum-bagged resin impregnates layers of hand-shaped Kevlar fabric to ensure an ideal resin to fabric ratio. Structural foam core and ribs are laminated into the hull and sides of canoe. Aluminum plates laminated into hull serve as a connection point for seats and footbraces, eliminating rivet heads on exterior of canoe. As many as 8 fabric layers strengthen specific areas of canoe such as the bow, stern and keel. Designed to carry expedition gear through wind and waves, The Itasca Kevlar Ultra-Light canoe offers excellent tracking and superior performance in rough water. Load 'er up! The Itasca features a 19 ft. length combined with a 37 in. width to maximize carrying capacity. Despite the 37 in. width, substantial tumblehome lets you paddle close to the hull. Moderately rockered hull offers a great balance between maneuverability and speed. Wood gunwales and an ash yoke offer a classic look. Adjustable stern footbraces increase control, and bucket seats provide cradled comfort during long hours on the water. Sliding bow seat allows for proper weight distribution. Carry handles that are shaped to fit comfortably in your hands ease transport.

- REI

Wenonah Itasca Ultra-Light Kevlar Canoe

previously retailed for:
$1,999.95 - $2,999.00

The Wenonah Itasca Ultra-Light Kevlar Canoe is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 18, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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