Old Town Guide 119 Canoe
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The Old Town Guide 119 canoe is agile, stable and easy to handle. It's even well-suited for a double-bladed paddle! And thanks to the construction process, it's tough without being too heavy. Enjoy a relaxing paddle around your favorite lake in the contoured seat with adjustable folding backrest. Carry handles make it easy to transport the Guide 119 to and from the shore.
- 1 person canoe
- Dimensions: 11'9'' x 32.5"
- Bow Height: 19"
- Depth: 13.5"
- Weight: 49 lbs
- Capacity: 450-500 lbs
- Contoured seat with adjustable folding backrest
- Lightweight and easy to carry
- Durable 3-layer construction
- Unique beamy cross section and stabilizing chines
- Straight sides
- Bottom shallow arch
- Carry handles
- Paddles not included
- Manufacturer's lifetime hull and deck warranty from original purchase date and original owner
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 11544093
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 51 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by palmtree76 great I have had mine for a year now. Went over once in it. it was a steel fence post put a small gouge in it.this thing takes a beating an you can not hurt it .I like it over my kayak easier to get in an out of April 22, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by jmjbdupre Canoe Great, shipping was unreal Shipping was ridiculous. and wasn't even delivered to our house. husband had to meet truck at a gas station. plum ridiculous. not sure I will ever do business with Dick's again because of this. why not have an online order and pick up at store. April 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by PrimalM Nicely stable easy to maneuver. I thought that this canoe would be large enough to ride 2 large adults, but once I got into it, it feels like it will fit 2 small adults or a large adult and a child. With more than one person on board, extra space is limited to the bow and stern areas. I also learned that the width of this canoe means that you may need a 240 cm or longer paddles to comfortably paddle without constantly scraping the sides. The hull seems to be a 3-layer type, plastic on the top and bottom, and blown foam or fiberglass in the middle. It's about 1/4" thick. I paddled around a lake for over 2 hours and was still able to easily load it on top of my SUV by myself. My next outings will be to test it for fishing and photography. March 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by JohnH Old Town Guide 119 Canoe I've had mine about 4 years, for the seat I bought some white plastic water pipe and cut 2, 3 inches for the back of the seat and two 2, 2 inches long for the front of the seat. Replaced the screws with longer ones. Also added 1" seat pad. I also use a kayak paddle and that make the seat 100% better. I love taking that canoe better than my Old Town Pack. November 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by solodude Proven record This is a review after having the canoe for about 4yrs, and it's still sliced bread. No issues with anything except the seat. Some padding an anti-slip cured that... It's been across lakes, down rivers, rough open water in multiple 20-25mph days. Tough paddling, but never felt uneasy or unstable. I use a kayak paddle as the norm for maneuverability, but a standard paddle works just as well. October 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Scubafish More boat than you'd think I was skeptical about this boat at first. It's not made of ABS Royalex, but it is about one third the price and the plastic is tough enough. It really weighs about 50 pounds, which for a boat under 12 feet is not light, but not overly heavy either. It tracks well and turns well enough for smaller rapids and flat water. I added foot braces for about $35 from Harmony. The low center of gravity of the nice seat really requires that you have something to push against when you paddle. I also added Scotty's anchor kit, which fits into the pre-molded holes in either bow or stern decks. It is a perfect fishing boat for rivers, lakes or ponds.You cannot beat this boat for the price. It even looks pretty good, too. August 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by RiverRat1982 Excellent Solo Canoe This a great little solo canoe. It is very stable. If someone thinks it is 'tippy' believe me it's the user and not the canoe. You do need to have a good technical "J" stroke to keep it going straight or use a kayak paddle. Lightweight, sturdy, durable, and cheap what else can you ask for? As far as the seat goes I took a wedge shaped pillow from a tanning bed turned it upside-down and strapped it to the original seat with the thick side facing the bow. Works great very comfortable. July 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by the larch This canoe is one fix away from being awesome Using a kayak paddle, this thing is great on rivers or lakes. The only problem with it is the seat. You always feel like you are not really in it. I took the plastic seat completly out and built a lowered plank seat that would accept any canoe style cushioned back seat. Awesome. Anyone who thinks this canoe is tippy (with a lowered seat) hasn't spent much time paddling. This is a great solo camping/fishing option for anyone. It's very easy to get into and out of. You can pack it to the gills and it's durable. With a kayak paddle, you can turn 90degrees in one hard sweep, but it still tracks really well. You're not going to find anything else under $500 that is under 50lb, can displace almost 500lbs, and is durable. Awesome boat...just fix the stupid seat. June 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Water Truck Awesome lightweight one person canoe I read reviews on small canoes, and this is a Great one.I lowered the seat with long 6" stainless bolts is all. I use it to paddle over to jetty island kiteboading. It is really stable and fast lil cruiser. Paddle with a single wood paddle or kayak twin tip paddle.Bought mine thru Dicks sporting goods new.... I will now buy a second one just like it for guests at my boathouse. June 22, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by specialk very tippy This is a very tippy little canoe . Very unstable with any type of movement. Will be returned . I own a 2 man 14' canoe that is light years more stable than this. June 21, 2014