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Overview

About Old Town Loon 100 SE Recreational Kayak - 10'

2nds. The Old Town Loon 100 SE recreational kayak takes to the water with a highly stable, easy-to-maneuver design ideal for paddlers of all ability levels.

  • A versatile, go-anywhere solo design
  • Molded seat and seatback
  • Stern hatch
  • Keel guard
  • Weight capacity: 225 lb.
  • Length: 10'
  • Width: 27-½”
  • Depth: 14”
  • Cockpit: 40x19”
  • Weight: 47 lb.
  • Material: Polyethylene
  • 2nds. USA.
  • Boats are cosmetic 2nds and may come with minor blemishes, not unlike those that will be incurred on the first outing. To ensure your satisfaction, please remove all packaging material immediately upon arrival, and inspect for damage prior to signing acceptance form from carrier. Note any damage on carrier's document, and contact Sierra Trading Post with any problems. Delivery Charge: $100. Must ship via truck within the continental U.S. only. Cannot be applied to special shipping offers.
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3.000000 5 Overall Rating: 3 Based on 6 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by old town fan from middle, tennessee on Thursday, April 16, 2009
my wife and i each have loon 100's. we've owned them for about 10 years now and use them a bunch. never had an overturn i did not deserve. very comfortable for all day use. well made, never a leak even after dragging rock bottoms in the shallows for years. i think this is the best 10' craft for ... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Unruly from New Hampshire on Tuesday, June 9, 2009
    Love this boat and its manueuverablity. Moves right along on still waters with hardly any effort. On a windy day the waves are fun to ride in this kayak and very stable. Would recommend to all paddlers or all levels.
    • Best Uses: Day Trips, Flat Waters, Rivers
    • Describe Yourself: Recreational
    • Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Easy Entry & Exit, Easy To Lift, Easy to Paddle, Good Maneuverability, Stable
  • Reviewed by Lefty kayaker from Idaho on Tuesday, May 26, 2009
    Great boat! First all-around kayak I've purchased. It dumped me once so far but I deserved it! Great in lakes and moderate rivers. Taken down a few fast moving rivers and tough rapids, works good for that too but you have to work harder at staying up! The large opening makes for easy, safe exits and plenty of room for storage.
    • Best Uses: Day Trips, Kayak Camping, Rivers
    • Describe Yourself: Recreational
    • Pros: Comfortable, Easy Entry & Exit, Easy To Lift, Easy to Paddle, Stable
  • Reviewed by fred from Michigan on Saturday, May 23, 2009
    Very ustable, definitely not for beginners or someone that does not want to be in the water.
    • Best Uses: Flat Waters
    • Cons: Unstable
    • Describe Yourself: Recreational
  • Reviewed by old town fan from middle, tennessee on Thursday, April 16, 2009
    my wife and i each have loon 100's. we've owned them for about 10 years now and use them a bunch. never had an overturn i did not deserve. very comfortable for all day use. well made, never a leak even after dragging rock bottoms in the shallows for years. i think this is the best 10' craft for slow moving rivers on the market. runs straight and easy to paddle. i am 5'11" and it fits me like a glove. i stuff a soft pack cooler behind the seat and away we go! deep down, i'm just an old town fan. have a old town canoe, as well. old town seems to do it right/best at whatever they do.
    • Best Uses: Day Trips, Rivers
    • Describe Yourself: Recreational
    • Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Easy Entry & Exit, Easy To Lift, Easy to Paddle, Good Maneuverability, Stable
  • Reviewed by baoter ramper from Boston ILL. on Thursday, March 12, 2009
    This product started leaking within the first use of it.
    • Best Uses: Kayak Camping
    • Cons: Heavy
    • Describe Yourself: Competitive
    • Pros: Easy To Lift

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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.