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Load up the Wenonah Itasca Kevlar Ultra-Light canoe and set off for the best paddle trip of your life.

  • Features

    • The 49 lb. Wenonah Itasca Kevlar Ultra-Light canoe is incredibly lightweight, tough and and responsive thanks to its Kevlar® 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

    Made in USA.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Canoeing

    Material(s)

    Kevlar

    Gunwales Material

    Wood

    Length

    19 feet

    Width

    37 inches

    Depth

    15 inches

    Weight

    49 pounds

    Seat Type

    Molded / Plastic

    Number of Paddlers

    2-person

    Weight Capacity (lbs)

    Unavailable

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