Are you referring to a used boat that you saw? I did not find the original thread, sorry. There was a company called Canyon in Colorado that went out of business a long time ago. Maybe around 1999? The owner's first name was Chris and he was a super nice, helpful bloke. Taught me a few things for sure.
Anyway, if that's the company you are talking about, they were extremely high grade boats. Ballistic American made mil spec neoprene (no, not inferior to hypalon), glued, baked, and then coated with urethane of various colors. Insanely labor intensive. Lifespans should be upwards of 35 years on the main hulls, The floors were drop-stitch, and equally well made though perhaps of a lesser lifespan.
One local customer has a lavender colored 14' bailer that's still flawless. They probably weren't making money unless the retail bumped up to double what it had been.
If the company you are referring to is someone new, then I don't know. The name Canyon has been used by so many whitewater builders over the decades that it is hard to keep track of them all. There is still an obscure company in Texas called Canyon Manufacturing that makes high-end urethane mini rafts for waterparks.