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Wilderness Systems Radar 135

Polyethylene
Suggested Retail:
$1,499.00 USD
// $1759 CAD

The Radar series is Wilderness Systems' first tri-powered kayak with paddle, power, and pedal capabilities. The Radar features S.M.A.R.T. Hull Technology that combines Stability, Maneuverability, Acceleration, Responsiveness and Tracking throught the entire design for ulitmate performance in multiple water environments. In addition to a flat platform for standing and freedom of movement, the Radar boasts state-of-the-art outfitting, mulitple storage and electronics options, and compatibility with the patent-pending Helix PD™ Pedal Drive and Helix MD™ Motor Drive. The AirPro MAX seat is comfort adjustable for any mode of travel you choose with the new Radar.

Length (Imperial)
13.5
Weight (Pounds)
95
Capacity (Pounds)
475
Width (Inches)
34
Colours
Propulsion
Paddle , Pedal , Motor
Rigging
Accessory Plates , Accessory Rails , Ball Joint Mounts , Rod Holder
Features
Rudder Equipped , High-Low Seat , Adjustable Foot Braces
Length Inches 6
Length Feet 13
Number of Anglers 1
Manufacturer SKU 9750857---
Year 2017
Type Sit On Top
High-Low Seat Yes
Hatches Yes
Carry Handles Yes
Best Used For Open Water
Ball Joint Mounts Yes
Adjustable Foot Braces Yes
Accessory Rails Yes
Material Polyethylene
Motor Mount Yes
Storage Platform Yes
Self-bailing Yes
Rod Holder Yes
Pedal Propulsion Yes
Paddle powered Yes
Accessory Plates Yes
Price (CAD) 1759

Wilderness Systems is a premiere kayak manufacturing company located in Greenville, South Carolina, featuring award-winning designs in recreational, touring, and fishing kayaks.

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
  · 1 years ago.
I am biased as I was fortunate enough to have been part of this kayaks development. It’s designed around the Pedal Drive first and foremost, but my first role in assessing it was “does it paddle well?”. The lines on the boat are such that it moves efficiently by paddle, pedal or more often than not in my case motor: my Torqeedo which can take this boat to a top speed of 5.4 mph. It’s a stable boat to stand in. It has an open floor immediately in front of the high/low breathable seat. It’s a fairly dry ride if that concerns you in rough water. I routinely use mine on the Chesapeake and on up to class 3 whitewater on the Susquehanna River.
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