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Wilderness Systems introduced yet another Tarpon upgrade at the 2015 ORSM (shall we call it the Year of the Tarpon?) with the Tarpon 135T tandem sit-on-top kayak. More than a redesign, the Tarpon 135T takes the classic Tarpon 130 tandem hull to the...

Since the early 2000’s, the Tarpon has been revered as a performance-driven SOT that’s the perfect platform for kayak fishing. It’s from that very heritage that the Tarpon 130X was born. Maintaining the sleek and speedy performance attributes that...

Partnering with the proven technology of Torqeedo – leaders in lightweight, lithium-powered motor designs – the Wilderness Systems Motor Drive raises the ante on kayak propulsion technology. With top speeds reaching up to 6 mph at a range of around...

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​Phase 3 AirPro MAX Due to variations in molding and changes in boat geometry resulting from use and storage some consumers may find that their AirPro MAX seats fit tighter than desired in the hull. We have found that the seats fit well into the...

Wilderness Systems does not supply Orbix Hatches for retro-fitting models which did not come factory-equipped with them nor does it authorise attempts to do so. It would be very difficult to make the cuts necessary to install these hatches properly...

Unfortunately we are not set up to sell direct. We rely on our large network of knowledgable dealers to assist in choosing or finding the right kayak for you. You can locate your nearest dealer on the website by using our Dealer Locator.

Occasionally kayaks of all types will develop indentations in their hulls - these indentations are sometimes referred to as “oil canning”, because they tend to pop in and pop out under pressure – similar to an oil can. Typically these indentations...