Keewaydin 14 Pack

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Weight (lb)

Keewaydin 14 Pack Options

  • Kevlar Fusion

    28 lb
    Kevlar/aramid Composite
  • Carbon Fusion

    26 lb
    Carbon Composite

    Keewaydin 14 Pack Description

    The practicality of Pack boats is key to their appeal, so when Swift was asked to design a performance driven Pack boat capable of extended trips, they invariably turned to David Yost’s classic design style. With signature tumblehome, sharp entry lines, a deluxe high-back seat with lumbar support, adjustable foot braces, and an ultra-lightweight carbon seat base, the Keewaydin Pack 14 is a dynamic paddlecraft. For solo canoe trippers, kayak trippers, or those who need a multi-purpose boat for a variety of paddling scenarios, the Keewaydin Pack 14 has you covered.

    Keewaydin 14 Pack Specs and Features

    • Structure: Folding
    • Seating Configuration: Solo
    • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
    • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
    • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
    • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

    Additional Attributes

    • Deluxe High Back Seat with Lumbar Support
    • Carbon Kevlar Gunwales
    • Carbon Seat Base
    • Composite Handles, Thwarts & Decks
    • Carbon Decks
    • Adjustable Kayak Foot Braces

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    Keewaydin 14 Pack Reviews

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    My Keewaydin 14 is a…

    Submitted by: nikkim on 7/19/2019

    My Keewaydin 14 is a beautiful boat (green) and is a delight to paddle. As a senior paddler I appreciate the light weight and very comfortable seating. There is an expected amount of weather cocking for this type of boat in windy conditions. However it feels very secure in choppy water. I have used it primarily on smaller lakes/ponds and slow moving rivers and enjoyed the paddling experience thoroughly. Overall the boat has a nice balance of glide, maneuverability and tracking for a canoe. The dog loves it!


    I have paddled a Keewaydin…

    Submitted by: paddler462887 on 8/24/2018

    I have paddled a Keewaydin 14 extensively for three years now throughout the Adirondack Mountains, primarily on remote rivers and small lakes/ponds as well as just some straight away paddling for exercise on open stretch of the Hudson River. I am constantly transporting it on my SUV, portaging it and pulling it over or around beaver dams. At 5' 10" and 61 years old, I appreciate the light weight and portability this boat offers however it's performance on the water is also a strength. It is quite maneuverable on narrow, serpentine rivers but also is easy to get up to and maintain a cruising speed with little effort on more open water. The seat is very comfortable. Inspite of some lower back issues, I can paddle 4-6 hours between rest stops and that is normally for a bio break. Stability is good even in somewhat rough conditions however I do struggle with windcocking when the winds come up. Although I try to protect a sizable investment, I have bounced it off rocks, scraped more underwater obstructions than I care to think about and wacked a few trees when carrying it ( all of which make we flinch) but there is nothing more the cosmetic scrapes. I couldn't be more pleased with this boat and expect many more years of enjoyment.