As you paddle the Wilderness Systems 2018 Tsunami 125 Kayak across the mirror-smooth water, the cry of a red-tailed hawk cuts through the air. Often mistaken for the cry of a bald eagle--thanks, Hollywood--this sound has evolved to have a connotation of nature, beauty and freedom. You can't even imagine that sound without picturing a canyon wall towering over a slow-moving river somewhere in the west, untouched by the majority of our society. Make that sound your rallying cry as you paddle away from your base camp into what the uninitiated might call emptiness, and let society's pressures drift away as the Tsunami swiftly carries you downstream. This boat excels in tight environments, maneuvering easily as the water twists and turns. Wilderness Systems increased the volume above the water line to improve stability, allowing less-experienced paddlers to feel confident in the cockpit. Flared sidewalls increase the storage space of the hull, and along with mesh pockets, bungees, and a large stern hatch, provide plenty of space for all the gear you'll need for the day.
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