Since Wenonah introduced the J-203, it has dominated solo marathon racing throughout the United States and Canada. Everett Crozier's redesign of Gene Jensen's highly successful J-200 design, the J-203 features a redesigned, "tucked in" center section. Giving paddlers easier access to the water for a faster, more powerful stroke and more efficient paddling over the course of a long race.
The J-203 is responsive and lively. The boat moves effortlessly through wakes and trash water, allowing paddlers to precisely position the canoe for optimum wake riding in packs or on tight courses. With the J-203's fast acceleration and effortless speed, and drafting ability, it is no wonder that this hull has dominated the men's category in canoe races since its introduction in 2000.
- Length = 18' 6" (563.88cm)
- Gunwale Width = 17.5" (44.45cm)
- Waterline Width = 32" (81.28cm)
- Stern Depth = 12" (30.48cm)
- Center Depth = 11.75" (29.845cm)
- Bow Depth = 16" (40.64cm)
- Rocker = 0" (0cm)
- Weight = 12.7kg