Ride 135 Sit-On-Top Kayak
Out of Stock Product Number: 29941
The Wilderness System Ride 135 is optimized for maximum performance and capacity from flat to surf to small water, while adding the latest Wilderness Systems innovations paddlers, hunters, anglers and other hobbyists demand. The fully-redesigned Ride 135 takes everything that made the series so popular and optimizes it for maximum performance and capacity from flat to surf to small water. The award-winning design and angler team has delivered a stable powerhouse with versatility, capacity and configuration capabilities that take this celebrated series to the next level. Every detail has been fine-tuned, from the wider, flatter standing platform, to beefed-up outfitting, to the intuitive layout that easily handles milk crates, all types of rod holders and gear in incredibly accessible locations. There's so much packed into the new 2012 Ride 135 you'll need to see/stand in it to believe it.
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- Max Capacity: 550 lbs / 249 kg
- Deck Height: 16.25" / 41 cm
- Cockpit: 67" / 172 cm x 21.5" / 55 cm (LxW)
- Recessed, No-Snag Deck Fittings
- Orbix Bow & Midship Hatches
- Cup Holder with Drain
- Flat-Mount Deck/Console Surfaces
- Drain Plug
- Self-Bailing Scupper Holes
- Made in the USA
- Skid Plate
- Freedom Elite Seating System
- Keepers Foot Brace System
- SlideTrax Accessory System
- Rudder Ready
- Tankwell w/ Bungee
Made In USA
Weight: 82 lbs
Dimensions: 13' 6" x31.5" (LxW)
Vendor ProductId: 975132
Review ProductId: 29941
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