Spring Creek Manufacturing’s Canoe Stabilizer Float Packages are the safety and comfort you are looking for while in a Canoe on the water. Made from durable, lightweight Polyethylene plastic, the stabilizer floats are designed to be easy to use, universal, and keep your canoe stable and upright. The Floats are width adjustable/extendable up to 20″ in each direction, you’ll get the width that you need, and you’ll be pleased with the ease of use and simple design that all comes together to make the BEST Canoe Stabilizer on the market.
Each stabilizer float weighs 4lbs. The Stabilizer Floats measure 37″ long from tip to tip. The Universal Receiver weighs between 7 and 8.5lbs depending on the size you purchase (30″ – 45″).
The Spring Creek Canoe Stabilizer Package comes with a Universal Receiver (of your size choosing), 2 Canoe Stabilizer Floats (of your color choosing), 2 Telescoping Float Arms, and a set of Gunwale Clamps.
- Hydrodynamic Float Design for minimal drag through the water and excellent stability.
- Easily adjust float height with locking cam lever arms.
- Adjust float width with extendable float arms.
- Float Color options: Gray, Red and Yellow.
- Highest Quality Canoe Stabilizer on the market.
Universal Receiver Sizing
The Universal Receiver is made in different lengths to fit most canoes and kayaks. Standard Universal Receiver sizes are 30″, 36″, 40″ and 45″. To size your canoe for a Universal Receiver, first, measure your canoe at it’s widest point. Measuring the widest point gives you the option to place the Universal Receiver anywhere on your canoe that is comfortable. Most canoe gunwales have inside lips for clamping, meaning your clamps will be on the inside of the canoe. However, some canoe gunwales have outside lips, and in this case your clamps will clamp to the outside of your canoe. If this is your circumstance, please go up one Universal Receiver size when ordering.
Keep and Carry all of your Stabilizer Package components safely and easily by adding the Stabilizer Carrying Bag by Spring Creek found here.
This is NOT a Personal Flotation Device. ALWAYS wear a U.S. Coast Guard Approved Type III (PFD) Vest while operating