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Mallard XL

Hunting & Fishing

Paddle, row, or motorto your favorite fishing or hunting spotthis square stern canoe is wide and stable for casting, yet efficient for all day cruising. The T-Formex material, vinyl gunwales and comfortable webbed seats are the perfect blend of performance, durability with lightness. Paddle on lakes, rocky rivers and salt marshes with 100% confidence. The UV-Resistant exterior makes year-round outdoor storage a reality at remote camps and cabins. Leave the trailer at home while accessing remote launches. At 59 pounds this canoe is light enough for car top transportation, long portages and easy storage when done.Let the Mallard XL be your guide on your next hunting or fishing trip.  

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Length : 12’4”
  • Width : 39,75’’
  • Depth : 13’’
  • Weight : 49pds
  • Colors : Camo, Green, Olive
  • MSRP : $2099 US (+100US camo)
  • Style : Sporting/Square Stern Hull
  • Material : T Formex
  • Seats : Webbed
  • Gunwale : Vinyl
  • Shipping : May 2021

CONSTRUCTION

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T-Formex

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.

Care

We recommend cleaning your craft with a mild household cleaner to remove dirt and grit. To protect the surface from UV and avoid color fading and to bring up a nice shine you can apply a 303 protectant 2 or 3 times a year. CAUTION: Do not use petroleum based products or strong solvents as this will cause discoloration and damage to the laminate. Hard impacts on T-Formex canoes can cause a indentation in the laminate. They will usually work themselves out after warming in the sun. Larger dents can be worked out by gently warming the area with a hair dryer or hot air gun. The trick is to keep the hot air source moving to warm the area gradually until the dent comes out. CAUTION: applying heat too quickly will burn the surface, be very careful with heat. THIS TYPE OF DAMAGE IS NOT COVERED BY OUR WARRANTY.

Storing

Ideally your canoe should be stored inside, upside down on racks in a cool and dry environment. If you store your canoes outside it should also be upside down on racks and the wooden gunnels should never touch the ground. Do not store it where it will be exposed to ice and snow loads as this can distort your canoe. See the wooden gunnels section for specific care instructions.