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Keewaydin 14 Pack

  • 28 Weight (lbs)
  • $ 3,195 MSRP

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. 

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Keewaydin 14 Pack Specifications

  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Weight: 28 lbs
  • Max Width: 28"
  • Waterline Width: 25"
  • Gunwale Width: 24"
  • Center Depth: 11.5"
  • Max Capacity: 260 lbs
  • Primary Material: Kevlar/aramid Composite

Keewaydin 14 Pack Features

  • Structure: Folding
  • Hull Shape: Tumblehome
  • Bow Rocker: 2
  • Stern Rocker: 1

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

Recommended Usage

  • Activity Type: Recreation, Touring
  • Water Type: Flat/Sheltered Water, Open Water/Ocean, River/Creek (Up to Class II)
  • Duration: Day Trip, 2-3 Day Trip, Extended Trip
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult

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Keewaydin 14 Pack Reviews

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I have paddled a Keewaydin...

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.