Roomy and stable on the water, the Wilderness Systems Pungo 140 Kayak boasts a spacious cockpit and extra length needed for paddlers who shop in the big and tall section of the clothing store. The longest limbed member of the Pungo family, this 14 foot honey of a boat offers fore and aft Orbix storage hatches for an overnighter on the island in the lake or as many camera lenses as you can carry around. Whether you're a polished paddler or an evolving 'yakker, this boat offers a smooth, predictable ride across the lake or down a mellow, lazy river. The Pungo 140 bears a strikingly similar profile to its smaller siblings all have a modified V running down the center of the hull, sharp chines, and flared or bellowed sides resembling keels on a canoe. As such, the Pungo 140 has the same superb initial and secondary stability as its smaller kin, and it has the same tracking abilities across flat water. Just like a birthmark might differentiate identical twins, the distinguishing feature of the Pungo 140 other than the obvious additional length is a skinnier waist than its shorter brethren. With only 28 inches through the widest part of this boat, veteran paddlers will be able to get it cruising. The Phase 3 AirPro seat supports your back and thighs and adjusts in several dimensions with a simple tug or two. The SlideLock footbrace system holds your feet steady, while thigh and knee pads protect your legs from the jolts of the road. Even though the cockpit dimensions might seem like the entryway to a mega mansion, you can still fit a spray skirt over it if you're afraid of melting. The Kayak Konsole comes off when you're toting bulky items, and you still have bow and stern hatches to store extra gear or beer.