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A luxury cruiser with the heart of a traditional boat.

A fall or summer paddle should be an opportunity to explore and relax. Hit the water in the smooth-riding Old Town Camden 120 Kayak, and make your day on the water one to remember. Stash an extra layer and a lunch in the stern hatch, toss a GPS on the cockpit electronics holder, and slide into the comfortable Active Comfort Seating. Whether you're in the mood for inland lakes or a close-to-shore ocean paddle, the Camden delivers stability mixed with a touch of luxury.
  • 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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Hi. Would the Old Town Camdem 120 be a...

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Hi. Would the Old Town Camdem 120 be a comfortable fit for a guy 6'2" and weighing more than 300 pounds?

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The problem would be in the width of the cockpit opening which is 17.5 inches. At @ a 46 inch waist, his diameter would be 14.6 inches which leaves a tight fit getting in and out. Less if his waist is bigger than that. It would be better to have him test fit some cockpits at a local store or go with a sit on top kayak or one with a wider cockpit. A nice example would be the Wilderness Systems Pungo , Necky Manitou and many others. You might also want to look in the 14-16 ft range for weight carrying ability. Considering the width and length of the Camden 120, I personally consider their rating of 400 lbs carrying capacity ( displacement) awfully generous and suspect it would be very, very low in the water at that weight. Good luck!

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In love with my new boat!

Couldn't be happier with my new purchase. And the price compared to other retailers (Cabela's / GanderMt) was almost a 20% savings. Very glad I went with the 12ft instead of 10'. We paddle down river mostly, only a couple trips to the lake with it this summer. It cuts around rapids like a knife & is super comfortable. Love the seat. Also in love with the bait well & cup holders - makes the trips even more fun. I plan to add the old town angler kit to it ($49 I believe), so I can store my fishing rod & anchor up on river. Highly recommended!! (I uploaded a picture of the lime beauty with my daughter in the dry well....)

My 2 1/2 yr old loves the dry well!

My 2 1/2 yr old loves the dry well!

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She says this is her spot. ha ha!