Redesigned Wilderness Systems Tsunami | Adventure Kayak Magazine | Rapid Media
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A man standing in front of the wilderness systems Tsunami. photos and video by Rapid Media.

An iconic boat gets a facelift.

Wilderness Systems gave the iconic Tsunami a facelift. The tried and true model has a much more modern look. The new look adds structure to the boat making it stiffer. 

The Tsunami has the Phase-3 Airpro seat with higher straps so they wont be in your way. The footbraces have also been updated to a more upright position, so your knees and feet will stay in alignment. 

For more information, check out the video below: 

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