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Old Town Loon 111 Outfitter

Here at 50 Campfires, we love getting out on the water. In our book, nothing beats a day out paddling on the lake. But not every voyage calls for our canoe, and sometimes we like to explore smaller waterways that large boats can’t access. For those days, we love the Loon kayak from Old Town. 20 years ago, Old Town changed the way paddle sports thought about recreational kayaks with the Loon Series. Two years ago the team at Old Town set out to recreate the ultimate recreational kayak. The new Loon series features a completely redesigned hull that provides effortless glide and straight tracking. The Loon features a removable work deck, providing space for customization, cameras and gear and water bottles. The work deck also features dry storage and a USB charge port to keep your gadgets charged even after hours on the water.  Available in multiple sizes and featuring maximum capacities of 375 and 400 pounds, the new Loon is designed to fit a wide range of paddlers.

 Work Deck features include: Quick-Lock for fast and easy attachment, USB port for charging gadgets, slide mount track for accessories, a dry storage compartment and gear trays, cup holder and water bottle cage mount, plus a cell phone tray with bungee.

Manufacturer: Old Town Canoe
Product Name: Loon 111 Outfitter
MSRP: $599.99

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