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  3.5 hours drive?
  Posted by: Marshall on Feb-05-14 4:31 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Feb-06-14 10:08 AM EST --

Holy smokes! From central NY there's a number of locations to get a kayak without killing a tank of gas, my place probably included. Factor in your time/travel into that great price and make sure it still makes sense.

I see Rochester and Binghamton on the dealer locator.


Looking at this pics of the Storm it's a different boat from when I paddled it when it originally came out. The seat looks to be wider in the pan than the cockpit opening is wide. It's a likely fit. The only thing I remember being a problem was that the older vintage Storms were quite low in the thighbraces. Maybe someone with more current experience can chime in if that is the model.



See you on the water,
Marshall
The River Connection, Inc.
Hyde Park, NY
www.the-river-connection.com
hudsonriverpaddler.org

I could bring along a P&H Scorpio & Venture Islay to the CIA Pool this Sunday if you want to try 'em on for fit in less than frozen conditions.


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