Wilderness Systems Pamlico 160T Tandem with Rudder

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Wilderness Systems's Pamlico 160T Tandem with Rudder page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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The versatile Wilderness Systems Pamlico 160T tandem kayak with rudder is all the kayak you'll need for a day of fun. Rounded hull and performance features let you explore numerous environments, from lakes to Class II rivers and even gentle surf. Rock-solid stability makes it perfect for fishing, photography and family paddling. Gen2™ high-density polyethylene offers performance, rugged durability and affordability. Phase3™ high-back seats allow you to easily adjust recline, back height and thigh support. Seats can be adjusted on the fly to relieve fatigue on long trips or locked in for improved performance. Don't have a partner for the day? Seat configuration can be adjusted to accommodate a solo paddler. Removable seat allows small children to sit comfortably between paddlers. Roomy cockpit offers comfort and a boat that's easy to get in and out, even for large kayakers. Retractable rudder improves tracking and maneuvering capabilities of kayak; rudder is deployed and controlled from stern seat. Comes with comfortable carry handles, stern deck rigging and cup holders built right into the seats.


Wilderness Systems Pamlico 160T Tandem with Rudder


The Wilderness Systems Pamlico 160T Tandem with Rudder is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 21, 2010 at REI.

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