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An easy-to-paddle recreational boat that's packed with features.
- An asymmetric hull shape and soft, smooth hull chine gives this boat side-to-side stability while allowing it to roll slightly for maneuverability
- V-shaped keel line extends from the pinched stern profile to the slightly rockered nose, allowing the Camden to cut through chop and track straight across the water
- Active Comfort System includes an ergonomically fit seat for long paddles, Dual Fit thigh braces, and adjustable foot braces
- A hinged rear hatch seals off the rear bulkhead with a single click
- Cockpit rigging offers a small day hatch, rod holder mount, and cup and electronics holder to keep your essentials organized
- A deck bungee secures a jacket for temporary quick access, and paddle-keepers allow you to use your hands without losing your paddle
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Even though I am 6'3", my 10'6" Camden is very comfortable, especially the seat. The cupholder is a bit intrusive, but the kayak overall is incredibly manueverable, on lakes or in fast water. Nice bright color so other boaters can't miss you on busy waterways.
Great kayak, but ..
I've been quite pleased with my new Camden 106. I will say that as a 5'11'' man I have a bit of a time getting my legs in the cockpit with the protruding electronics holder on the dash. The boat tracks well for a shy-of-eleven foot boat and gets comments on it's styling from other paddlers. My only beef has been a connector on a thigh pad that came from the factory loose. I've tried to fix it myself and am resorting to taking it in to my local outdoor shop to see if he can secure it once and for all. Update 07/07/11 - Outdoor shop said the hole had been drilled poorly and their only suggestion was to use epoxy and a clamp to see if it would stay. Very discouraged as I dropped this much money for the Old Town name and reputation only to spend more time trying to fix it than paddle it.