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Wilderness Systems® and Adventure Technology® continue to support adventure, discovery and the next generation of paddlers through Daniel Fox’s new Wilderness Immersion for Leadership and Discoveries (W.I.L.D.) non-profit organization. Working with...

The all-new Course Control Rudder System includes many improvements and modifications over prior rudder systems, including material and design updates. The rudder blade is transitioning from aluminum to an injection-molded thermoplastic carbon-...

The sit inside touring tandem returns to the Wilderness Systems lineup with the introduction of the new Polaris. For couples or liveries looking for a comfortable boat for a day/weekend trips, the Polaris delivers with a hull design proven for speed...

Wilderness Systems has been fortunate enough to team up with a few new sponsorship opportunities, and we are stoked to work with and support each of these missions. Read below to learn more! SeaOtters.com Seaotters.com is an education and outreach...

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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...