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Old Town
Heron 9 Kayak

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Heron 9 Kayak

Old Town created the Heron 9 Kayak for beginner boaters who want to feel comfortable and confident on the water without breaking the bank. This boat is an easy-going, stable craft that's ideal for novice paddlers with a hankerin' for fun. The compact design makes it supremely maneuverable and easy to transport, and two rod holders help you effortlessly bring your fishing gear on the day's outing. We appreciate that the adjustable seating accommodates a wide range of paddlers, and that Old Town designed a hull that feels rock-solid in all types of conditions.


  • Recreational kayak tailored for novice paddlers and fishing
  • Adjustable Comfort Flex seat with padding at the back and seat
  • Glide Track foot brace system boosts comfort and control
  • Cup holder and two rod holders add storage options
  • Comfortable carry handles make transport easy to and from the car
  • Foam bulkheads add float and help turn over in case of capsizing
  • Item #JOPF115
Hull Material
9ft 6in
Deck Height
Maximum Load
Cockpit Dimensions
39.5 x 19in
Paddler Skill
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime
flatwater paddling

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 29, 2020

Hit by Car and Still Works

On my way home from making this spectacular purchase, the boat took flight off my rack on the highway: swiftly striking the bumper of a lexus, proceeded by being run over by the vehichle at a reasonable 60 MPH. I recovered the boat with the NH State Police and against my best judgement took it out for its maiden voyage the next day. THE BOAT STILL WORKS GREAT.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors