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Old Town Osprey 140 Canoe, Green

Item # 438594
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Key Features

  • 3 webbed seats including braced center seat

  • Comfortably paddled either solo or tandem

  • Durable Royalex construction endures rough water

  • Stable hull design maneuvers easily

  • Includes oar sockets and oarlocks

Our Price  $1,599.99
Sale Price  $1,499.99

Availability: Sold Out

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Product Description
old_town Fully loaded with 3 webbed seats, a braced center seat, and can be comfortably paddled both solo or tandem, the Old Town Osprey 140 Canoe is built tough. Its durable Royalex construction, allows the Osprey to endure rough waters, and has been put to the test by many avid paddlers. The canoe's stable hull design maneuvers easily and includes oar sockets, along with oarlocks. Also, features comfortable molded-in carrying handles and black vinyl gunwales. Dimensions: 14'L x 13"D x 38.5"W. Weight: 57 lbs.
Hull Material Royalex
Length 14'
Width 38.5"
Depth 13"
Weight 57 lbs.
Seats 3
Weight Capacity 1000 lbs.
Color Green

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Old Town Osprey Canoe

(based on 1 review)

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Great Canoe

By Tuck

from Wisconsin

About Me Casual/ Recreational


  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Easy to Use
  • Good Stability
  • Large Capacity


  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • camping
  • Day Trips
  • Fishing
  • Hunting
  • River
  • Smaller Lakes

Comments about Old Town Osprey Canoe:

Had mine for 10 years now. Been a great canoe.
Wide bottom allows for good stability, used it on rivers, ponds and smaller lakes in Wisconsin and IL.

I've used it primarily for fishing with my kids, and day trips paddling with my wife... Adult kids have borrowed it for the summer a few times and used it every morning on the lake they lived by.

Can be tough to use alone on windy days, would not recommend for crossing large lakes, or for use in the ocean, and the weight and bulk makes me avoid use where long protege is required.

Other's i've met/know with these canoes bird hunt with their dogs in them and say they've worked well for that also.

  • What Is Your Gear Style:
  • Comfort Driven
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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