For centuries, the Abenaki Native American Tribe fished, hunted, and lived in the wilderness on eastern Canada and the northeastern United States. For 2020, Esquif introduces a new sporting and recreational canoe honouring this great nation.
The Abenaki is our most stable and rugged canoe which makes it perfect for anglers, hunters, outdoorsmen, photographers, and general recreational paddlers.
Despite its wide beam, 39 ¾ inches, this boat still offers smooth tracking and excellent efficiency for day use and extended overnight trips on ponds, lakes, and slow-moving rivers.
Made of the T-Formex material and reinforced with a triple keel design this boat will put up with years of hard use and year-round outdoor storage requiring minimum maintenance and care. Load up all the kids, pets, fishing tackle, camping gear and cooler this canoe will take you where other canoes fear to paddle.
Construction : T-Formex
Length : 15' 11''
Width : 39.75’’
Depth : 13’’
Weight : 29 kg (65 lbs)
Colors : Olive, Green or Camo
Style : Sporting Hull
Material : T Formex
Seats : Webbed
Gunwale : Vinyl
T-Formex is a high tech laminated material consisting of an ABS foam core, ABS sheets, and a protective outer plastic skin. Its resistance to abrasion and heavy impacts make it an excellent material for recreational, whitewater, and expedition canoes. Once heated and molded, T-Formex sheets form a hull that has an unmatched structural memory. So even after being folded around a rock, an Esquif T-Formex canoe will return to its original shape with minimal distortion. Stronger than fibreglass and lighter than polyethylene, T-Formex gives Esquif’s designers a material with superior characteristics.