Tired of looking through the used kayak classified sections looking for that perfect paddling partner' Others have come close but just don't seem to be able to fill your needs' Meet your new paddling soulmate, the Wilderness Systems Tsunami 145 Kayak. This sleek boat feeds your need for stability at high speeds, carries your cargo without complaint, and best of all, fits your slightly above-average frame perfectly. Though you can't marry a boat, you'll enjoy a long and fruitful union with this enchanting siren of the seas (or lakes or ponds). The Tsunami 145 is a mere 6 inches longer and a scant 0. 5 inches wider than the Tsunami 140, but otherwise it sports the same touring hull design and outfitting as the other Tsunami family members. Semi-rigid roto-molded polyethylene takes on a moderate V for the hull and works outward to multi-chined sides. Angles to the deck create walls to give your new boat initial and secondary stability that most 50-year relationships lack. Tweak the Phase 3 AirPro Tour seat for a finely tuned fit on every outing, and adjust the SlideLock foot brace system for the right bracing power. Three hatches with domed covers buoy your watercraft, in addition to swallowing enough gear for a week exploring a chain of lakes. Bungee deck rigging uses reflective static line to ensure that you can be seen on evening or early-morning tours. A paddle holder lets you go hands-free when those orcas are just begging to have their pictures taken.
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