The Pungo 120, the most popular Pungo in the family strikes the perfect balance of size and manageability. Quick, stable, ample storage fore and aft, and not too big for one person to handle, portage and car-top. The Phase 3 AirPro seating system adds comfort and easy adjustability. Turn-and-lock Orbix hinged hatch cover makes access to gear easier than ever. Simply slide the lever and flip open the hatch for access to stored items.
|Length:||12 ft / 3.66 m|
|Width:||29 in / 73.66 cm|
|Weight:||49 lb / 22.23 kg|
|Capacity:||325 lb / 147.42 kg|
|Leg Room To Peg:||47|
|Leg Room - Total:||55|
|Number of Paddlers:||1 - Single/Solo|
|Type of Kayak:||Sit Inside|
Wilderness System Pungo 120: I am very pleased with my new kayak. It is more stable than I anticipated, which made getting into it easy from a dock launch. It tracks very well thru the water, and the seat is comfortable & easily adjustable underway. Overall I am grateful that ACK recommended the Pungo for me.
Wonderful lightweight kayak that is "portagable" as shipped (!). Handled very well in midday lake breezes (haven't had it out in anything "scary" yet) that were annoying some of the canoers I met. Has decent space for gear. And my 10 1b poodle mix fits well in the cockpit with me (at least with the "dashboard" left behind). Those of you with Labradors probably cant bring your buddy with you. It is a bit more "tippy" than your average flat bottomed kayak, but once you've gotten in and out of it a couple times, you figure out how to do it gracefully (even when holding your dog) . The seat does a great job of keeping your bottom dry and is reasonably (though not amazingly) comfortable on long paddles. Minor complaints include the lack of a paddle holder (couldn't cost that much more) and the fact that I'd rather have a dashboard that is one-half as big. Also the dry storage could be a bit bigger (once you put your sleeping bag in, there's not a lot left). Otherwise a fantastic kayak.