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Exclusive: Wenonah Manufacturing Best-Selling Spirit II In T-Formex

Wenonah Canoe is currently in the pre-production phase of their Spirit II in T-Formex, and has plans to produce seven models in Esquif’s long-awaited Royalex…

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Breaking News: Esquif Canoes is Back In Business

Esquif Canoes announced this morning that they are back in business and will resume manufacturing canoes in their Frampton, Quebec factory. After filing for bankruptcy…

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Video: No Royalex? No problem.

With the loss of Royalex as a go-to material for canoe makers, Mad River has returned to some familiar standby's. We caught up with them…

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Royalex Crisis, Solved? (Exclusive interview)

If you’ve been living under a rock rather than scraping over them, you may not know that Royalex canoes are in short supply. Manufacturer PolyOne…

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Royalex Crisis, Solved?

  Jacques Chassé, founder of boat manufacturer Esquif Canoes, thinks he’s solved the Royalex crisis. Esquif announced yesterday the introduction of T-Formex, a new canoe material…

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Royalex Crisis, Solved?

 Read Rapid Media's exculsive interview with Jacques Chassé.   Jacques Chassé, founder of boat manufacturer Esquif Canoes, thinks he’s solved the Royalex crisis. Esquif announced yesterday the…

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Hull Revolution

If you’ve been living under a rock rather than scraping over them, you may not know that Royalex canoes are in short supply.  Manufacturer PolyOne…

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Royalex: Dead In The Water

  As early as 2015, retailers could see the last Royalex canoe leave their shops. This past summer, PolyOne announced it would cease production in…

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Royalex is Dead

PolyOne, the publicly held company who produces the most revolutionary material in canoeing, is closing plants and ceasing production of Royalex. According to its press…

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Canoes: Royalex Revolution

This article originally appeared in Canoeroots and Family Camping magazine. Aluminum was the material of choice for most canoe trippers until the late 1970s when a memorable…

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