Spend a peaceful early morning paddling in the Wilderness Systems Aspire 105 Kayak, watching surges move with the representations as groups of geese skyrocket over the lustrous water. Or, if that docile setting triggers you to snore, have your paddling pal whack you awake for some choppy fun on a wind-blown lake or stream. Versatile, steady, and comfy, the Aspire merges the physical body of an entertainment touring boat with the mindset of a whitewater boat for equally enjoyable flat-water convenience paddling and stream running, within factor. Take this boat down a Training V drop and you'll be in a Level I trauma center within mins. Polyethylene takes a trouncing from newbie paddlers, and keeps bouncing along. Also experienced 'yakkers sometimes slip into a stone garden, and this tough hull forgives almost the most egregious bumps. Under, the shallow, slightly arched hull makes navigating magical when you're trying to sneak around the broadside of a big, sticking out device in the middle of the stream. Friendly chines blend into the side wall surface so you could acquire a side if you understand exactly what you're doing, and beginners will not be a wobbling wreck in the middle of the lake. An up-swept, high-volume bow permits you break through tiny surf without acquiring tanked. The Stage 3 AirPro outfitting cushions your tush and raises your legs. The spring-loaded TruTrak skeg permits you beat a straight line to the shore if that early morning mouthful of stream water starts talking back. Playing deceptions on the water and you should communicate a leading' Flick your finger, lift the skeg, and start turning. The strict bulkhead stores lunch and windbreaker safely, protected with the Orbix hatch cover. Fore and aft on-deck rigging puts basics within your reaches, so you're never ever far from, um, a cookie or a beer.
Claimed Weight: 48 lb
Hatch Cover: Orbix
Deck Height: 15.5 in
Cockpit Dimensions: 51.5 x 23.5 in