J-Series Canoes (Retired)

Consistent winners in the USCA Flatwater Nationals and increasing numbers of canoe triathalons.

Hull Features

  1. Extremely sharp bow to cut through the water.
  2. Handles, short thwarts, standard for carrying and tie-down in bow and stern.
  3. Sliding Aramid seat trims the canoe for paddler's style and conditions.
  4. PVC foam core and ribs to lock in shape and provide an ultralight hull that has no twist or flex.
  5. Maximum width "wings" fulfill the design formula and provide final stability.
  6. A high quality, low maintenance racing canoe with stainless steel bolts, highest grade anodized aircraft aluminum seat mounts, thwarts, handles and foot brace. Optional self-bailer.
  7. Asymetrical hull, wider behind center, for efficiency and speed.
  8. Upswept bow sheds weeds and rides over floating objects.
  9. V-bottom hull for narrow working waterline, draws less than 4".

ADDITIONAL DIMENSIONS

J-180 J-190 J-200
Maximum hull width: 30 3/4" 31 1/2" 34"
Maximum hull width at 4" waterline: 29 7/8" 31" 32"
Maximum gunwale hull width: 20 5/8" 18 1/2" 20 3/4"
Width at front thwart: 15 1/4" 11 1/2" 13 3/4"
Distance front thwart to bow: 68" 68" 68"
Width at rear thwart: 20" 18 1/2" 21"
Distance rear thwart to stern: 85" 90" 94"
Distance front thwart to rear thwart: 53 1/2" 58 1/4" 61"
Weight (Aramid hull with PVC core stiffening): 25 lbs. 27 lbs. 29 lbs.