Wilderness Systems Tsunami 175 with Rudder

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With the efficiency, speed and storage capacity of an expedition sea kayak and the stability of a recreational touring kayak, the Wilderness Systems Tsunami 175 kayak with rudder has the amenities and space you need for multiday trips. Made of Gen2 polyethylene, a high-density, lightweight and superstiff plastic. Body has thin yet durable walls and a smooth finish with rich, long-lasting color. Phase 3 Air Pro seat made of contoured perforated foam to increase ventilation and comfort. New Course Control rudder system is easier to use and more durable, helping you track straight. SlideLock XL foot-brace adjusts with an ergonomic handle for reset from inside the boat. Stable enough for beginners, with amenities to accommodate experienced paddlers. Designed with a roomy cockpit comfortable for larger paddlers. All adjustment straps are easy to use and are located forward of the paddler. Gear bag attached to seat holds snacks, water bottle or anything you want to keep close at hand. Bungee cords let you fold the seat back down flat for car-top transport. Footpads are shaped to alleviate foot fatigue. Bulkheads provide plenty of dry storage for gear. New hatches have a tighter seal and are easier to open and close. Deck rigging has reflective perimeter cord for extra visibility. USA.

- L.L.Bean

Wilderness Systems shaped the cockpit of the Tsunami 175 Touring Kayak for larger paddlers and gave this long-distance boat the most storage capacity of the Tsunami line'''this is the ultimate kayak for extended touring. The hull is shaped for stability and paddling efficiency, the cockpit is outfitted for comfort and support, and the hatches are watertight and spacious. Veteran paddlers or greenhorns can take on the rough water of coastal treks or the calmer conditions of extended lake trips, so slide in and push off.

- Backcountry.com