Tsunami 145 Kayak + Rudder - 2019 by Wilderness Systems
Quick on the water and roomy in the cockpit, the Wilderness Systems Tsunami 145 Kayak with Rudder offers the ideal balance of comfort and efficiency for all levels of paddlers, and this version comes with a drop-down rudder to give you complete control. Inherent in Wilderness Systems' design, the overall stability is evident as the multi-chined hull keeps this boat on an even keel in the event that the wind stirs up swells or you're trying to turn on an edge. A touring hull design means the Tsunami slices through water with speed and stealth. The moderate V on the bottom offers outstanding initial tracking ability, and multiple chines create sidewall rigidity. Not only does this extend the life of your boat, but multi-chines enhance primary and secondary stability, which means that tipping is tricky while tracking gets glorious. The BTS rudder takes this already-awesome tracking boat and converts it into a screaming arrow of directed speed, regardless of water conditions. In concert, the hull design and rudder let long-time paddlers and novices alike enjoy a stable touring platform. The Phase 3 AirPro Tour seat adjusts for a custom fit and can be tweaked mid-paddle to relieve fatigue during a full day of paddling. Finish off the perfect fit by adjusting the Keeper footbraces to find the perfect paw-resting position for maximum paddling power. Three hatches offer storage galore for an extended tour, and the domed rubber covers offer some protection when the wind brings spray across the boat. On-deck rigging in front and in back puts all the necessities at your fingertips.
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Wilderness Systems Tsunami 145 Kayak + Rudder - 2019
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