18 gauge PVC construction with durable 420 denier nylon cover and reinforced bottom
Two bucket seats
Removable stern storage compartment
Two directional strakes
Multiple d-rings and ties
Nylon carrying bag
The Sevylor® Colorado Hunting and Fishing Canoe combines the stability, maneuverability and sea worthiness of a kayak with comfort, looks and styling of the traditional North American canoe. With a raised bow and stern, the 2-person Colorado is as close in shape, comfort and styling to the traditional North American Indian canoe as an inflatable boat will ever get. Its 18 gauge PVC construction, 420 denier nylon cover, and durable reinforced bottom fabric makes it very rugged and rigid. Ideally suited for rough waters, lakes, ocean, fishing and diving, this watercraft is great for beginners. Length: 10'9"; beam: 3'1". Weight capacity: 500 lbs. 2-person capacity. Maximum 12V SBM motor. Convenient design features removable stern storage, oar holders, dual elevated bucket seats with storage, D-Rings, tie downs, and nylon carry bag. Imported.
Rated 5 out of 5 by PatrickUSCG DO IT!
No trailer, NO INSURANCE, stows in your closet all winter (or whenever you're not using it), throw it in the trunk, go to the lake, inflate it in 10 minutes, and you're fishing. This thing is near-military grade. I TOTALLY recommend the motor mount (or make one yourself for like $10,) and a cheap Minn Kota, (have to use some velcro straps to modify mount) but paddles work fine when you get the hang of it. Recommend kayak paddle. NO maintenance, just stow and go. EXTREMELY TOUGH. This is not a toy boat. I have no idea why Sevylor doesn't sell this thing for around $800, just glad they don't. My son and I have caught dozens of large mouth bass out of this baby, and it just keeps on going. Had it for two years now, and just love it. This is one of the last great deals still out there. Just signed in to buy another one; the Fishmaster. I can't say enough about this canoe. Best investment ever.
April 25, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nobody Help for Tracking Problem
We really like our Colorado and had some of the same tracking problems. We found it tracks much better when we loaded more gear in the front. With me in the back (200+) and just my wife in the front, the front strake wasn't doing much good, but when we shifted some weight forward, we did much better staying on course.
Otherwise, everything is great.
July 10, 2007
Rated 1 out of 5 by JDJD Doesn't Track
Boat is very comfortable but doesn't track well. I'd look at something different. If I can figure out how to make it track, then I'd rate it a 4. Well made, except for the semi hard rubber strakes that come delivered to your home bent. Takes about 10 minutes to inflate with a electric pump.
November 7, 2006
I am wanting a boat/kayak that my brother and I can go out on a small lake near our house and fish. I figured a kayak would be cheaper since we don't have to register it. We are both 6 feet tall and will each have one fishing pole and a small tackle bag. No net, or other useless stuff just a dozen lures or so and one pole a piece. Will we be able to fish Comfortably! in this? Thanks
I am not sure I was unable to locate any other review online. You might try the item and if it does not work, send back for a replacement item or a refund. However, I do not see a problem since this is made for fishing.