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Twin Heron

The Twin Heron is a truly unique tandem kayak. Featuring the innovative Auto Trim Hull, the Twin Heron is a tandem that performs well when paddled solo. The Auto Trim Hull is designed to prevent the bow from popping up when someone is seated solo in the stern seat. And, if that’s not enough, you can completely remove the front seat making it perfect for your dog to ride along or easy access to your hunting or fishing gear. The Twin Heron is a great option for the outdoors family looking for a versatile craft.
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Specs

Material:Three Layer Polyethylene
Length:13' 6" / 4.1 m
Width:31.5" / 80 cm
Cockpit:23" x 93.5" / 58.4 x 237.5 cm
Deck Height:15.5" / 39.4 cm
Weight:60 lbs / 27.2 kg
Max Load Range:450-500 lbs / 204.1-226.8 kg
Suggested Retail:$699.99 USD

Features

Options

Comfort Flex Seat

 Equipped with a comfortable padded seat and contoured to fit most body types, the Comfort Flex seat is designed for hours on the water. It is lightweight, adjustable and includes a cup holder. 

Removable Front Seat

Twin Heron with Seat Removed

 Auto Trim Hull

The Auto Trim Hull is a hull designed for paddling a tandem kayak in a solo position without having to adjust the seats. This innovative design prevents the bow from popping up when paddled solo from the stern seat.

Glide Track Foot Brace System

Contoured foot brace system designed to fit your foot comfortably. 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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YOUR OLD TOWN ADVENTURES

Boy Saves Deer During Kayak Trip on the Tobique River
boydeer1It was as happy an ending as the beloved Walt Disney story of Bambi when an 11 year old boy rescued a newborn deer trapped in mud along a river in northern New Brunswick, Canada. Benjamin Thibodeau was on a camping trip in Riley Brook earlier this summer when he spotted a small animal sticking out of the water along the Tobique River. From his Old Town kayak, he could see a little head, ears and some white sots. He thought it might be a baby deer. The boy called to his father; who was on shore, and quickly paddled over to the animal. When he reached the banks of the river; he saw the deer was up to his belly in mud, its four spindly legs buried deep along the bank. With no leverage to free itself, it couldn't move. Wasting very little time Benjamin pulled the deer out of the mud and then with the help of his father moved it to safety. Happily, the next morning both of them woke up to the sight of the deer standing outside the door of their tent with its mother and sibling.