Times are changing

At Mohawk Canoes we make the large majority of our products in house.  This allows us to have greater control of the price and the quality of everything we sale.  With this comes a great responsibility, to always produce high quality gear for the best price.  The down side is it means lots of late nights searching for the best suppliers and a lot of time redesigning and changing how we manufacturer.

This is good and bad.  We have changed our supplier of flotation material.  Good  news it is made in the USA, bad news the color options are limited and the prices will have to increase by $5.00 dollars.  But it will be worth it.



  • Kevin Burne

    I just purchased a 1987 13 foot square back canoe from its original owner. Pretty good condition, I’m trying to restore while keeping it original as possible. I see that you’re closed this week. I’ll try to send photos. Thanks, Kevin

  • Bruce

    Dealing with Mohawk Canoes is always a pleasure ! They are personable an professional, and offer competitive prices. Righteous.

  • Aubrey Wild

    Do you guys still sell canoes? You web page doesn’t show any. Where can I purchase a Mohawk? Please help.

  • Dave S

    Now that T-Formex is becoming available to replace Royalex, do you plan on building boats using T-F in your previous molds? If not, will you be selling molds to other companies? Some of the Mohawk solo Royalex boats were well thought of and did not have similar competitors in Royalex.

  • Amarilys

    Any info you have available on this canoe model serial # MMN77557L990.

    Thank you in advance

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