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Old Town "Loon 106 Angler"

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Loon 106 Angler
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The Loon 106 Angler is one of the brand new re-engineered versions of their classic Loon kayak. As the name suggests, it is a fishing-specific model and according to Old Town it is one of the most comfortable sit-inside angling kayaks on the market. This is thanks to their Active Comfort System 2.0 seat, which not only looks good, but provides plenty of comfort out on the water. Adjusting the seat is easy and intuitive while it also offers premium padding, under-leg support and flow-through ventilation. It is made from mesh fabric that is quick-drying, so if it does get wet it won’t take ages to dry out again.

Anglers familiar with the original Loon will immediately notice the sleek new hull design of the Loon 106 Angler. It features extra width and volume, so it is more stable while still packing all the essentials such as a drain plug, paddle clip, bow and stern carry handles, as well as bow and stern deck bungees. A stand-out feature of this kayak is the smart workdeck that is positioned at arms reach and packed with a cup holder, water bottle cage mount, accessory trays and large storage compartment. It even features a USB port for electronics like phones, GPS units and cameras. While handy, the workdeck can also detach easily for those times when you really need the extra space.

Rounding out the Loon 106 Angler is an anchor trolley system, support track foot brace system and click seal hatch with bulkhead. Fans of the original Old Town Loon kayaks as well as anyone looking for a nice all-rounder on the water will appreciate the Loon 106 Angler.



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