Wilderness Systems

by • July 14, 2014 • Outlaw Blog, Press ReleasesComments (4)7809

While attending a kayak fishing tournament in Texas, we had the opportunity to meet with Marketing Communications Manager of Wilderness Systems, Evan Lyendecker.  We’ve chatted with Evan on several occasions, but meeting was a huge plus.  Evan was kind enough to share some information about the new products coming out from Wilderness Systems, as well as a personal walk through of what to expect with these new products.  Here’s some information sent to us describing the new products from Wilderness Systems.  These products will be revealed this week at the iCast show in Orlando, Florida and we can’t wait to see these in person!

 

Phase 3® AirPro MAX

Elevating the Ride to New Heights

The new Phase 3 AirPro MAX high/low seating system is poised to give kayak anglers the competitive advantage they need to sight fish from the seat of their Ride. The AirPro MAX preserves the popular innovations found in most Phase 3 seats – adjustability, comfort features and high-quality materials – yet it is a true advancement in design. Fully functional in existing Ride models with great ease of installation, the patent-pending seat has a full forward/aft trim range and a three phase High, Low and Recline positioning achievable without any clipping or loosening of straps. Standing room remains ample and the seat back can be folded and sat upon for even more height on the water. The aluminum tube frame construction is highly durable with an all-weather, breathable textile that affords both comfort and functionality with opportunities for additional staging and storage.

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New Wilderness Systems Hi-Lo seat

 

Ride 115X MAX Angler

Elevating the Ride to New Heights

Enter the Ride 115X MAX Angler, featuring a removable console that simplifies installation and integration of electronics, and introducing the new Phase 3® AirPro MAX high/low seating system poised to give kayak anglers the competitive advantage they need to sight fish from the seat of their boat. Fully functional in existing Ride models with great ease of installation, the patent-pending seat has a full forward/aft trim range and a three phase High, Low and Recline positioning achievable without any clipping or loosening of straps. Standing room remains ample and the seat back can be folded and sat upon for even more height on the water. The aluminum tube frame construction is highly durable with an all-weather, breathable textile that affords both comfort and functionality with opportunities for additional staging and storage.

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Wilderness Systems Ride 115X Max

Thresher 140 & 155

Defy the Bounds of Offshore Kayak Angling

Wilderness Systems is proud to present the next generation of high performance ocean sit-on-top kayak designs in the Thresher 140 and 155 models. Built with the serious offshore angler in mind, the efficiency and speed of the hull satisfies the need to paddle long distances, and is complemented by pronounced, voluminous rails that provide the stability and predictability needed for breaching ocean waves and enduring tumultuous swells. With no sacrifices made to maneuverability, the keeled yet rockered bow and stern allow the Thresher to gracefully surf its way back to shore after a long day on the water. The sit-on-top deck is sleek and modern, with a thoughtful layout for maximum gear storage, capacity and accessibility. With familiar outfitting features such as Phase 3® AirPro seating and course control rudder configurations, the Thresher also introduces several cutting-edge advancements like a new water-shedding bow storage cover, a large versatile center-mounted hatch storage unit, comfortable yet rugged ridged handles, and a new take on the removable console found in the Ride 115X models – aptly named the FlexPod OS – for consolidating fish/depth finder electronics.

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New Thresher yak from Wilderness Systems

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4 Responses to Wilderness Systems

  1. luemin says:

    When will the air max seats be available? I have an older ride 135 with a really wet seat. What will price point be like.

  2. Jaime says:

    Do you know if there are going to be options for other Widerness Systems models? I currently have a Tarpon 140 and would enjoy a higher seat for sight casting.

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