Paddling California's mountain lakes or Maine's coastal inlets is a stunningly sweet experience in the Wilderness Systems Tsunami 120 Kayak. This 12-foot siren of the sea is equally at home on a glassy lake as it is riding tumultuous seas from inlet to inlet. Bow and stern hatches protect your dry bags, and the Phase 3 AirPro Tour seat protects your lower half from getting sore. Greenhorns won't get green around the gills in this stable ride, and old hand paddlers will enjoy easy maneuvering and swift acceleration. Crafted from durable polyethylene, the hull will last through your learning curve and well into the heart of your paddling pursuits. The moderate V offers laser-like tracking. Multi-chined sides creates sidewalls for superb secondary stability, as well as supplement material rigidity for a longer lifespan. The Phase 3 AirPro Tour seat and SlideLock adjustable foot brace system let you finely tune the fit for maximum 'yakking comfort. Simple, obvious icons point to adjustment points and function so you know what you're doing and why. Bow and stern bulkheads open to swallow gear and protect said gear with domed rubber hatch covers. Plus, fore and aft on-deck rigging puts a shell and rescue gear easily within reach in case the weather report was wrong.
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