Old Town Canoe Dirigo 120 Kayak

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Old Town Canoe Dirigo 120 Kayak is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
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Old Town Canoe Dirigo 120 Kayak
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Designed for recreational paddling, the Old Town Canoe® Dirigo Kayak features storage, comfort and functionality. Grab handles at the bow and stern simplify hauling, while the skid plate and click seal hatch are a must for your next adventure.

FEATURES:

  • Sit-in boat
  • Great for recreational paddling
  • Glide track foot brace system
  • Contoured seat for comfort on the water
  • Deck bungee storage
  • Skid plate
  • Click seal hatch
  • Built-in cup holder
  • Grab handles at the bow and stern for easy hauling


SPECS:

  • Length: 12’
  • Weight capacity: 300- 350 lbs.
  • Material: triple-layer polyethylene
  • Brand: Old Town Canoe
  • Country of Origin: United States of America
  • Style: DIRIGO120SIT

Web ID: 17OTOUDRG120STKYKPSK

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Kayak! I purchased the Dirigo angler 120 version in urban camo last summer in 2018 as an ugrade to my older kayak. Wow! What a differance in performce the Dirigo is compared to my old kayak. It paddles so much easier with less effort, tracks very good, handles waves about 6 to 12in with no problem. Have been on the lakes with it quite a few times to see how it performs. I mainly wanted a kayak for fun and fishing once in a whille and the Dirigo 120 works very well for both. Also going to use it for some kayak camping this year down some rivers. So I packed all camping gear in the kayak a couple weeks ago to see how much the Dirigo can hold and found out that there is enough of room for everything! Didn't have to strap anything on the top decking because all the little things fit in the rear hatch and the tent fit inside the bow between my feet and there is room behind the seat for some more things. Over all I'm very happy with my purchase of the Dirigo 120 and look forward to using it for a long time.
Date published: 2019-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long Term Review I bought an Old Town Dirigo 120 in 2011 - 7 years of ownership now. I happened to be shopping for a new boat and realized there were no reviews for this excellent boat on the website! Mine is an angler edition in camo print, which are no longer available, but from what I have seen the fit/form/function of the boat has not changed. I used this boat for 5-6 trips a year that were 5-10 mile calm river paddles, plus numerous more fishing trips on local ponds and small lakes. The dirigo moves really well through the water - I can get it moving quick and it tracks well. It is also very stable. The dry storage remained dry, and all other features of the kayak have stayed in perfect working order. The camo pattern has not faded, and with some scrubbing still looks excellent. As a fishing vessel all the newer sit on top kayaks seem to be a much better purpose built choice - the Dirigo had limited cockpit space for tackle if you like to bring a lot along. The cupholder and small dry storage in front of the cockpit was a great place to help keep small amounts of tackle organized, or for a phone and keys. All around it is a great boat that is very comfortable - it has served me well! I am looking to sell it and move into a new Topwater since many more of my paddles are for only fishing now, but if fishing is not a primary purpose I would recommend it to anyone.
Date published: 2018-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great boat for most anything! Review - Short version- I bought this kayak a few weeks ago. t tracks/paddles well, feels stable, has nice features, and is roomy and comfortable during a day of paddling .Long version- I've wanted a "utility" sit-in kayak for fishing and lighter weight when I need get into isolated ponds and river accesses. I chose this kayak because 12 foot kayaks track better than 10', and the weight of this boat is still very manageable considering its size. I've since paddled on flat water, significant upstream current, and some tough technical rocky and swift river sections (Class 2-3); spending hours at a time in the seat fishing and paddling. Stability- It is very stable and confidence inspiring. I paddled it with a weight of about 240lbs; me, tackle, and daily provisions. There's no issues with room for gear or drafting deeply. The stability feels very "natural" feeling; I have to put effort into making a hard lean. It rolls to a very definite point where my center of gravity stops further roll with the water line well below the cockpit opening. My impression; after experiencing flat water and some turbulent river sections, is the primary stability allows some roll but doesn't feel "twitchy". The secondary stability benefits from my low center of gravity in the water and allowed me to manage some turbulent river sections without swamping the boat (luck helps too). Overall, It was very stable while fishing and all the activities that come with fishing in currents. Tracking- It seems to track very well even with my sometimes poor paddle technique. It does not randomly wander or have any apparent tracking quirks. I found I can make some good speed and my impression is that it is comparable to my longer 13.5' and 15' SOT kayaks designed for cruising and touring open water. Comfort - The seat was one of my main criteria when I was looking at kayaks, and I was seriously looking at more expensive sit-in kayaks with frame seats. The seat is very good, but is where I would knock maybe a half star. Why? Compared to some similar competition at this price point, the seat has less padding and lacked thigh support and back rest height adjustments. The seat back was fine for me, but the bottom is where some padding could be added. Still, it is not uncomfortable at all, but just could be improved slightly. Other features- The storage in the stern is ample and stayed dry when the boat got frequently swamped. The smaller storage in the cockpit is nice for storing your keys and some essentials, but the size does not allow storing your phone. The footrests outshine competitors for ease of adjustment. The adjustment is very easy to reach with your hands and works flawlessly. The cockpit is roomy and allows you to keep items manageably near. I put a small 6 can cooler behind the seat and I had room to unzip and retrieve items without too much effort while still in the seat. Even with a cooler there, I had room to easily store more items in the area like an anchor. Entry and exit is as easy or easier that a canoe. I found it comfortable to enter this way since that worked well because the boat is stable, has a large open cockpit, and worked well getting unpinned in swift shallows. My experience paddling is on flat water and open water. I've had competing brand sit-on-top kayaks for 20 years and an Old Town Camper canoe for 25 years.
Date published: 2019-06-27
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