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  tight river turns
  Posted by: RavenWing on Aug-28-13 12:24 AM (EST)
 

The older 135S was much better than the 140S (or for that matter the even lunkier 140L) when it came to turns. The 140 series came about to make tracking even easier for new kayakers and something had to give.

I paddled w. a guy who had a Hurricane Excursion 140 and acquitted himself very well on the twisty turns of the Black River near Onaway MI. I might go for that or the Excursion 128. but first I'd get rid of the gawky upper seat back on all the Excursions.

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