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    OLD TOWN / HERON 9' (PHOTIC)

    799.99 Excl. tax IN STOCK. For pick-up only starting in March, at our Oka store. We will contact you to schedule the pickup. Thanks
    Excellent multi-purpose kayak.  Compact and sporty design. Easy to paddle kayak that can follow and maneuver with ease.  Perfect for beginner paddlers looking for a stable, lightweight kayak designed to have fun on the water.... Show more
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    Product description

    SPECIFICATIONS:

    • Length: 9'6" | 2,9 m
    • Width: 28,5'' | 72.4 cm
    • Weight: 37 lbs
    • Thickness: 13'' | 33 cm
    • Cockpit: 39.5 x 19 | 100.3 cm x 48.3 cm
    • Maximum capacity: 300 lbs | 136.1 kg

    Whether you’re looking for a paddle around the lake or grabbing a cane and fishing around the dock, the Heron 9 is an excellent multi-purpose kayak.  With a compact and sporty design, the Heron is an affordable and easy to paddle kayak that can follow and maneuver with ease.  Perfect for beginner paddlers looking for a stable, lightweight kayak designed to have fun on the water.

    FEATURES:

    • Comfort Flex adjustable seat with padding
    • Cup holder
    • Two recessed rod supports
    • Descent Track Check System
    • Comfortable carrying handles
    • Front and rear foam partitions
    • Activity: Recreation
    • Number of paddlers: 1
    • Propulsion: Paddle
    • Material: single-ply polyethylene
    • Seat type: Comfort Flex

    Specifications

    Article number
    30074B

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    OLD TOWN / HERON 9' (PHOTIC)
    799.99
    Excl. tax
    OLD TOWN / HERON 9' (PHOTIC)
    IN STOCK. For pick-up only starting in March, at our Oka store. We will contact you to schedule the pickup. Thanks
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