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Sportsman Bigwater 132
Old Town Canoe & Kayak

$1,449

Description and Details

Description     Specs

At just over 13 feet, the performance tri-hull design provides the paddling efficiency essential in more open water and the stability required when you stand
Breathable, quick-drying, and fully adjustable, the Element seat provides the comfort needed to keep you on the water longer
Six accessory tracks, 4 on the forward hull, 2 in the rear, provide easy on/or accessory mounting
One forward-facing and two rear-facing flush mounted rod holders
Center console mod pod is the "Swiss Army Knife" of consoles. Hinged lids open to two cavernous, removable containers, perfect for stashing tackle boxes or bait. Includes accessory tracks, a cup holder, splash proof storage for phone/keys and a magnetized hook and lure storage area
Additional tackle management features include rod tip holders and retainer bungees in the bow and a large tank well in the stern. Includes custom tackle box that stores under the Element seat
Non-slip EVA foam deck pads provide traction and stand-up comfort
Dry storage for additional gear in the sealed bow hatch
Foot braces adjust along a rail and snap lock into place, improving paddling performance and comfort
Paddle clip mounted on the side of the hull, keeps your paddle secure and out of the way while you fish. Molded paddle rest
Stand-up assist strap
Custom tackle box included

Materials

Single Layer Polyethylene
Weight: 158lbs

  Most plastic kayaks are rotationally-molded from a class of plastics called polyethylene. Each class has its own characteristics, Old Town constructs canoes and kayaks in two different methods: the single layer method, which is the more common way to mold boats, and the triple layer method, which stacks an outside layer, a middle layer that has a foaming agent in it for floatation, and a thin inside layer to seal it up. Lighter weight boats are usually single-layer. They give you a good value and are tough and impact-resistant.