Journey 167 TT
The spacious 167 is versatile and stable, with more speed and storage for longer trips on bigger water.Learn More
Zippered design makes installation and removal quick and easy as well as providing partial access to gear protected by cover. Simply unzip zipper as far as necessary and flip cover open to get to desired equipment.
NOTE: IT IS REQUIRED THAT ALL IQ MODULES SUCH AS THE BELLY COVER BE REMOVED BEFORE CARTOPPING YOUR CANOE. Do not sit or stand on the Belly Cover and avoid placing heavy items on top as well.
NOTE: The Belly Cover should be removed for solo portaging. It can be pushed towards end of boat behind paddler but beware that it can snag on obstructions, possibly tearing the cover or upsetting the portager’s balance.
NOTE: As with any outfitting component added to a canoe, there can be increased risk of entrapment. Do not use Belly Cover to provide shade for sleeping children due to elevated risk of entrapment. Take risk into account, be prepared for it and prior practice is strongly recommended to minimize this risk.
NOTE: The Belly Cover is not designed for dedicated whitewater use. It is intended for use while tripping or touring. A capsized canoe with Belly Cover in place is in greater jeopardy of becoming caught or snagged on obstructions. It is recommended that Belly Cover be removed before running any whitewater of consequence. Use your judgment in determining your ability to safely navigate specific whitewater with Belly Cover in place.