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  Posted by: ezwater on Feb-01-13 2:46 PM (EST)
 

what Wenonah does with the carbon. With proper use of carbon cloth, the canoe should be stiffer and stronger than their ultralite, at the same or less weight.

The one way that carbon is vulnerable, in replacing other "outside" cloth layers, is that it wears through faster than other cloths. On that note, Wenonah has been resolutely irrational in using Kevlar as an outside layer. I don't know if they've ever corrected that practice.

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