Old Town Canoe Vapor 10 Angler - Kayak Boat
New 2013 Old Town Canoe - Vapor 10 Angler - Kayak
2011 Old Town Canoe Vapor 10 Angler DescriptionFeaturing a roomy cockpit, a stable, efficient hull, anchor trolley and more. The Vapor 10 Angler will help you access hard to reach places and navigate quietly through the water so you can sneak up on your catch.
- Length Over All: 10 Feet
- Max Load: 325
- Dry Weight: 44
2011 Old Town Canoe Vapor 10 Angler Standard FeaturesThe Comfort Flex seat is padded and adjustable
Molded-in cockpit dash board
Stern day well
Adjustable foot braces
Molded-in paddle rest
Built in carry handles
Two flush mounted rod holders
Anchor trolley system
Pros: price, very stable, roomy, large open cockpit makes entry/exit easy and allows space to carry a small child or smaller dog if you need to, tracks fairly well for a small rec kayak, two cup holders, paddle rest, good seat, two rod holders, only 44 lbs. Cons: considering the price, not much. This doesn't seem to be the fastest kayak in its size group. I think my Perception Sundance cuts through water more quickly. My guess is that a Wilderness Systems 10' Pungo would noticeably outperform this kayak, but that would also cost $200-$300 more. I live in Minnesota and use shorter kayaks mostly for small and medium sized lake fishing and a few hours of recreation paddling at a time. If you have similar purposes, I don't think you could do better for anything close to the price (Mine was just under $400 on sale). Maybe this kayak wouldn't be so suitable for multiple floats on a rough river, but I usually rent kayaks or canoes for the occasional river float anyway. Given its relative lack of speed, it would probably become tiresome if used for a longer paddling trip. but my guess is that even considerably more expensive kayaks in its size group wouldn't be that much better.
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