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About Sevylor U241/KC335/HF Colorado 2 Person Canoe

SEVYLOR¦ COLORADO CANOE - KCC335

The Colorado has a raised bow and stern and is as close in shape, comfort and styling to the traditional North American Indian canoes an inflatable boat will ever get It's double hull construction makes it very rugged and rigid The canoe combines the stability, maneuverability and sea worthiness of a kayak with comfort, looks and styling of the traditional North American canoe Ideally suited for rough waters, lakes, ocean, fishing and diving and great for beginners Includes 2 bucket seats, removable stern storage compartment, 2 directional strakes, carrying handles, multiple d-rings and ties, motor mount fittings (to attach a Sevylor¦ SBM 12V trolling motor), and a nylon carrying bag

Note: Recommended accessories are new professional kayak and canoe paddles; #304T, #300P, #204IB, RB2500 pumps; and various inflators, skeg

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 9 months.

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(800) 328-3208

Sevylor U241/KC335/HF Colorado 2 Person Canoe Specifications

Available in the Following Colors:
Blue, Green
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SLRCC

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4.0

I may even buy another.

By Black Bart

from Ridgecrest California

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Pros

  • Cleans Easily
  • Lightweight
  • Rugged

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Day Trips

    Comments about Sevylor U241/KC335/HF Colorado 2 Person Canoe:

    Having been rather under-whelmed with cheap inflatable boats in the past I steered away from inflatables until my brother let me ride his Rio inflatable canoe down the Green River. I was impressed with the construction and I really liked the protective shell that enclosed the air chambers. It was a tiny bit heavier than other inflatables but a whole lot lighter than a rigid canoe. It floated nicely over the river boulders and absorbed the shock when hitting them rather than resonating from the classic thump of a rigid hull. The Rio is not meant for two people but I took my wife anyhow. Even with both my wife and me, it still managed to glide through the class II rapids with ease. I also liked that it rolled up small enough to fit in the trunk of our car or in the checked baggage on an airline. With gas prices the way they are, and the nearest water is an hour drive, it’s nice to put the boat in the car and leave the truck at home. I was quite impressed with the Rio but I like having my wife along, so we bought the, larger two person version, Colorado. It’s only a couple pounds heavier and still fits in our trunk.

    We’ve used our Colorado on river rapids as well as smooth lake waters. Sometimes on the lake we’ll even turn the front seat around so we can face each other. Although they don’t handle quite as well as a rigid canoe, both the Colorado and the Rio handle quite nicely for an inflatable. Some people complain about poor tracking but the newer models have a removable rear fin which seems to help them track better; at least they track fine for me. Due to the wide inflatable sides a canoe paddle doesn’t work nearly as well with them as a double bladed kayak paddle. They’re also not as fast as a rigid canoe but my wife, our dog, and I all really like ours. (Yes, our dog even rides the rapids with us. You can tell he likes it because he gets all excited when we put his life vest on him.) You can buy a better canoe than the Rio or the Colorado but expect to pay a whole lot more for it. I would definitely recommend a Rio or Colorado for anyone interested in an inflatable canoe.

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    Shopper  How is the Sevylor U241/KC335/HF Colorado 2 Person Canoe suited for light white water rafting.
    SunnySports S  This canoe is actually great for light whitewater rafting!
    Shopper  Can the Sevylor Colorado take a 30 lb thrust electric motor like the one sevylor makes or is is limited to the 18 lb thrust model? Also does it need a motor mount for either of the two motors? Thanks for your help.
    SunnySports S  You can not use the U121BLK/SBM30 motor because the canoe can not take a motor mount. The U102ACC/MM3 motor mount does not fit the canoe. You can us the Sevylor U118BLK/SBM18 Electric motor and it does not require a motor mount. The motor has a long metal shaft which slides through 2 fittings on the side near the rear of the canoe. You will also need the U122MAR/BTC rechargeable battery pack.
    Shopper  When your feet touch the bottom is the surface hard like a canoe or soft like a pool raft. How are the side and the bottom and the inside of the canoes when comes to rocks and shape objects. Leg room and is it kid safe
    SunnySports S  The inside floor of the canoe has an heavy gauge inflatable bladder enclosed in side a 840D Nylon covering making it much harder and durable than a pool raft. The side tubes also have a heavy gauge inflatable bladder enclosed in side a 840D Nylon covering making it very rugged and durable. The outside bottom of the canoe is made of a PVC Polyester reinforced fabric which is very rugged and abrasion resistant. It will stand up against rocks, sticks ,and sandy beaches. RE room: It is 10"6" long and has plenty of seat adjustability front or back. The canoe is less tippy than a hard sided canoe and I would recommend you position the child at the front of the canoe so you can keep an eye on them.
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