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Sevylor Colorado - Hunt Fish 2 Person Olive/Khaki Canoe

SKU: SLR3631 MFR: 2000003631

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This product has a limited warranty of 3 months.

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Sevylor Colorado - Hunt Fish 2 Person Olive/Khaki Canoe Features

  • Two person inflatable canoe
  • Max Capacity 500 lbs.
  • 10 ft.9 in. x 3 ft.1 in.
  • 18 gauge PVC / 420D nylon cover
  • Raised bow and stern
  • Removable stern storage
  • Carry handles
  • Paddle/oar holders
  • Directional strakes
  • Durable reinforced fabric material on bottom
  • Two elevated bucket seats
  • Storage compartments in back
  • D-rings and tie downs
  • Nylon carry bag
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Double Lock/Mini Double Lock valves

Sevylor Colorado - Hunt Fish 2 Person Olive/Khaki Canoe Specifications

Materials
20 Gauge Pvc
Dimensions
8.5 In. X 3 Ft. 10 In.
Rider Capacity
1 To 3
Type
Inflatable Boat
Valves
Yes
Directional Strakes
Yes
Reinforced Fabric Material On Bottom
Yes
2 Bucket Seats, D-Rings And Tie Downs
Yes
Includes
Nylon Carry Bag
Limited Warranty
3 Monts
Double Lock/Mini Double Lock Valves
Yes
Mfr #
SKU
SLR3631
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Erin H  Can it handle shoals and very shallow water?
Brian W  How is it in class 2-3 white water. We have a couple of decent moderate class 3 sections on our creek and we usually pack in at least 100 lbs. sometimes 300. The raft I use now is bulky trying to get through the first 2 hours of technical shallow tree covered banks. I guess my question is how does it handle weighted down in class 2-3?
Erin H  Can it handle shoals and very shallow water?
Brian W  How is it in class 2-3 white water. We have a couple of decent moderate class 3 sections on our creek and we usually pack in at least 100 lbs. sometimes 300. The raft I use now is bulky trying to get through the first 2 hours of technical shallow tree covered banks. I guess my question is how does it handle weighted down in class 2-3?
Erin H  Can it handle shoals and very shallow water?
Brian W  How is it in class 2-3 white water. We have a couple of decent moderate class 3 sections on our creek and we usually pack in at least 100 lbs. sometimes 300. The raft I use now is bulky trying to get through the first 2 hours of technical shallow tree covered banks. I guess my question is how does it handle weighted down in class 2-3?
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