The Adhoc Folding Canoe is Perfect for a Day on the Lake

 - Jul 28, 2011
References: my-architecture & designboom
If you love spending time on the lake during a camping trip but hate the inconvenience of lugging a canoe to your destination, the Adhoc Folding Canoe is a great solution. Israeli designer Ori Levin from Tsor Design Studio has created the ultra-convenient and adaptable Adhoc Folding Canoe that folds into a standard-sized backpack, which is an easy 13 x 23 x 70 centimeters.

The bag weighs a mere 4.1 kilograms, making it simply a breeze for traveling. The materials that the Adhoc Folding Canoe is made out of are not only lightweight, but they are also practical and resilient. The frame of the canoe is made of carbon fiber, while the hull is made of aramid, a heat-resistant synthetic fabric. Aramid is also used in racing sails, making it strong and easy to use.

The Adhoc Folding Canoe can be assembled in about five minutes. Photo Credits: designboom, my-architecture