Camden Series

RECREATION KAYAKS

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Camden 106

The compact Camden 106 is considered to be one of our luxury recreation models. The three layer design helps us produce a lighter weight, stiffer polymer kayak. The Camden 106 is designed for beginners but not one that you’ll outgrow as you start to master your paddling skills. Equipped with our super plush Active Comfort System (ACS) Seat, a stern Click Seal Hatch with bulkhead and our new Support Track adjustable foot brace system the Camden 106 is a great choice for beginning to intermediate paddlers.  2014 Patterns Shown
Camden 106 Sunrise Top Main
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Camden 106 Side LargeCamden 106 Angle Lg 2

Specs

Material:Three Layer Polyethylene
Length:10' 3" / 3.12 m
Width:29" / 73.7 cm
Cockpit:20.5" x 51.5" / 52.1 x 130.8 cm
Deck Height:13.75" / 35 cm
Weight:42 lbs / 19 kg
Max Load Range:300-350 lbs / 136.1-158.8 kg
Suggested Retail:$749.99 USD

Active Comfort System (ACS 2.0) Seat 2.0

The all-new Active Comfort System 2.0 seating is the perfect marriage of aesthetics, comfort and performance.  Featuring easy and intuitive adjustments, under-leg support, premium padding and flow-through ventilation, the ACS 2.0 is the most advanced seating system on the market.

Click Seal Hatch

This easy to open cam lock hatch is designed to lock securely with one simple click. Once it’s locked the durable inner rubber gasket provides an amazing seal which will help keep your gear safe, secure and dry. Note, it’s always recommended using a dry bag for hatch storage. The Click Seal Hatch is water resistant but not 100% waterproof.

Support Track Foot Brace System

A comfortable foot brace system with contoured rubber and extra padding (great for bare feet) to provide a secure grip and added control. With an intuitive easy-to-reach adjustment system and position indicators it is easy to get the foot braces set to the same comfortable length on both sides.

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