Wilderness Systems Tsunami 120
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This sporty touring kayak blends the efficiency of a touring craft with the stability of a recreational kayak. It's great for weekend trips on lakes, slow-moving streams or protected coastal regions.
Swift and versatile, the Wilderness Systems Tsunami 120 Kayak excels in streams, coastal regions, and large lakes. It's also ideal for long day tours or overnight trips.
Paddling the mountain lakes of California or coastal inlets of Maine is a stunningly sweet experience in the Wilderness Systems Tsunami 120 Kayak. This 12-foot darling kisses shorelines, cruises straight across glassy lakes, and totes everything you'll need for a riotous day trip or sedate summer overnight. Bow and stern hatches protect your dry bags, and the seat protects your tush (and back) from getting sore. Greenhorns won't get green around the gills in this stable ride, and old hand paddlers will enjoy easy maneuvering in and out mangrove mazes. 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 do more than enhance tracking; this specific design element creates side walls for superb secondary stability as well as supplement material rigidity for a longer lifespan. Compared to the Pungo 120, the Tsunami 120 cockpit is tighter for more effective paddling when winds do more than ruffle the surface of your paddling pond. A skirt isn't a necessity, but if you're tackling chop, the skirt will keep your knickers dry (skirt sold separately). The Phase 3 AirPro Tour seat lets 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. The SlideLock footbrace system finishes off the fit with a quick flick of your finger. Bow and stern bulkheads open to swallow gear for a full day on the water or a mid-summer overnight. Fore and aft on-deck rigging puts a shell easily within reach in case the weather report was wrong. Soft Touch handles mean your paws aren't bloody just from toting the boat from the car to the put-in.
The stability of a recreational touring kayak with the efficiency of a sea kayak. This boat is easy enough for beginners to handle, yet has enough amenities for experienced paddlers on a day-long or overnight trip. While compact, the 125's hull is designed for speed comparable to that of larger Tsunami models. The Phase 3 Air Pro seat features contoured perforated foam to increase ventilation and comfort. All adjustment straps are easy to use and are located forward of the paddler no more reaching behind to awkwardly pull on straps. Gear bag attached to seat holds snacks, water bottle or anything you want to keep close at hand. Bungee cords let you fold seatback down flat if you transport your boat bow-down on top of your car. Made of Gen2 polyethylene, a high-density, lightweight and superstiff plastic that allows thin yet durable walls and a smooth finish with rich, long-lasting color. New SlideLock XL foot-brace adjustment features an ergonomic wand handle within arm's reach that lets you reset the foot pegs while in the boat. Footpads are shaped to alleviate foot fatigue. Bulkheads provide plenty of dry storage for gear and are equipped with new hatches that have a tighter seal and are easier to get on and off. Deck rigging has reflective perimeter cord for extra visibility. USA. Dimensions Overall 12' x 25"; Cockpit 35.5" x 19". Capacity 275 lb. Stern storage 4,912 cu. in. Bow storage 2,782 cu. in. Weight 50 lb.