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Wilderness Systems "A.T.A.K. 140"

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Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Wilderness Systems
Model:
ATAK
MSRP ($):
1,799.00
Length (ft):
14

A.T.A.K stands for Advanced Tactical Angling Kayak and the A.T.A.K. 140 from Wilderness Systems certainly lives up to its name. It is a fairly wide kayak that offers great stability and a very low wind profile. The 140 not only comes fully loaded with just about everything you need for a great angling experience, but it is also exceptionally versatile. The stability as well as great tracking offered by the 140 comes from its tri-hull design. Despite its size it is also a very fast kayak and will get you where you need out on the water very quickly.

One of the best features of the A.T.A.K. 140 is its Flex Pod OS electronics console. It can not only provide additional storage space on the kayak, but also serves as a handy way to install electronics without any fuss. The Flex POD OS is completely removable and can be used for your transducer, fish finder, battery and cables. It is by no means the only storage option on this kayak as it also has a large, covered bow hatch, space for rod storage in the rear and a center day hatch. Mounting all of your accessories isn’t an issue either as you’ll find well located gear tracks from one end of this kayak to the other.

The other noteworthy feature of this kayak is its AirPro Max seat. Not only is it extremely comfortable, but has three adjustable positions. This seat can also travel the majority of the length of the boat and dries very quickly if it gets wet. The foot pedals on this kayak are also very nice as they are larger than what you find on most and also feature rubber padding for extra comfort. The floor padding that comes with this kayak is also very decent and there is plenty of space in front of the seat to stand. On the left side of the hull you will find the paddle rest, which can be used to securely hold your paddle. All in all this is a great kayak for any weather condition and gives you plenty of room for options.

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