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Wilderness Systems

Radar 135

Radar 135
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Paddle. Pedal. Power.
Wilderness Systems - Radar 135
Item: WIL234-00709O
Price: $1,499.00
Availability: More Information
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Description

Introducing the Radar series – 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 throughout the entire design for ultimate 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 including expansive SlideTrax™ rails, a multitude of storage opportunities, and scupper options to deploy the Helix MD™ Motor Drive, the Helix PD™ Pedal Drive* and even multiple electronics options including down-imaging, side-scanning or both. When utilizing the Helix PD™ (see video below), a built-in steering control system affords easy navigation and hands-free fishing, while the AirPro MAX complements the package with optimized positioning for any mode of travel.

Features

- Orbix Bow Hatch
- Bow Paddle Park
- Mounting Surface
- Flex Pod OS Console System
- Keepers XL Footbraces
- Flex Pod PD- allows for use of Helix Pedal Drive System
Front SlideTrax Accessory System
- Versatile Steering System Mounting Location
- Molded-in Tackle Storage Pocket
- Rectangular Center Hatch
- Mid-Ship SlideTrax Accessory System
- AirPro MAX Seat
- Paddle Park
Tankwell w/Adjustable Bungee
- AirPro 3D Seat Mounting Location
- Rigid Carry Handles
- Stern Mounting Plate Location

More Info

LENGTH:

11' 8" 


WIDTH:

34.5" 

    BOAT WEIGHT:

    85 lbs.


    DECK HEIGHT:

    15" 


    MAX CAPACITY:

    450 lbs. 

    Video

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