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Overview

About Old Town Mesh Tie-Down

Closeouts. Easily secure your gear in the back of a kayak or canoe with Old Town's mesh tie-down.

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2.000000 5 Overall Rating: 2 Based on 1 reviews

Most Helpful 2-Star Review

Reviewed by Brando from South Kak on Tuesday, August 7, 2012
This wasn't an exact fit for my Old town loon tandem kayak but I was able to find 4 mounting screws to secure it with. The mounting straps are elastic and have an adjustable buckle on each one. The first time I used this was to secure a small 1x1x1 ft cooler to back of my kayak. Upon first strapp... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Brando from South Kak on Tuesday, August 7, 2012
    This wasn't an exact fit for my Old town loon tandem kayak but I was able to find 4 mounting screws to secure it with. The mounting straps are elastic and have an adjustable buckle on each one. The first time I used this was to secure a small 1x1x1 ft cooler to back of my kayak. Upon first strapping the cooler down I noticed that the stitching on one of the straps was halfway unstitched. This was pretty disappointing, but I rigged it by tying a piece of cord around the net and then to the buckle. So it is still usable. I used it the rest of the day and all the next w/o any trouble. Its worth what I paid for it but would not recommend it at full price.
    • Best Uses: Kayak Canoe Rafting
    • Cons: Strap came off, Wears Out Quickly
    • Pros: Adjustable
    • Was this a gift?: No

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About Old Town

Old Town canoes and kayaks have balanced tradition and technology throughout Old Town Canoes' 100 year history. Old Town canoes built their first Old Town canoe in 1898 using wood-and-canvas canoe construction, a more durable, lower maintenance improvement on the Native American birch bark canoe. Old Town kayaks in canvas and wood were introduced in the 1940s, and made kayaking fun and easy for a new breed of outdoor enthusiasts. In the 1950s and 1960s, Old Town canoes pioneered the use of fiberglass for Old Town canoes, and Old Town canoes and kayaks continue innovation into the 21st century, advancing the art of paddling through better designs and lighter, more durable materials, like today's three-layer polyethylene and three-layer Superlinear. Old Town Canoe continues to look ahead, while still keeping one eye on the past for inspiration from the best of classic boat-building traditions. There are Old Town canoes and kayaks designed for family canoeing, recreation and fitness paddling, fishing canoes and kayaks, whitewater, touring and camping. Whatever water you travel, there is an Old Town canoe or kayak ready to help you make the most of every trip.