Fusion River Tour

Fusion River Tour
Get the best of both worlds with a cross-over kayak.
Pyranha - Fusion River Tour
Item: WX2161-872
Price: $999.00
On sale: $949.00 This item is on sale
Your Savings: $50.00
Availability: In Stock




Fusion River Tour cross-over kayak allows you to paddle whitewater and flatwater with the same boat. Featuring the popular Flip-Top backrest, now you decide if you want comfort or control. Choose the higher more supportive position for a comfortable day on the water or select the low profile backband for control when you need it. The River Tour is a fast, stable, easy to paddle boat with a tried and true skeg system to help you track on flatwater. Retract the skeg for whitewater paddling and the Fusion is able to turn on a dime.


  • Super stable and forgiving hull
  • Tried and true skeg system keeps you tracking with no hassle
  • Rear hatch with waterproof seal holding up to 78 liters
  • Deck features: deck lines, v shaped water channel for drainage & paddle park
  • Flip-Top backrest can be folded up or down depending on the paddlers preference
  • Foam Bulkhead
  • Grab loops and rescue points
  • Flip-Top backrest which can be folded up or down dependent on the paddlers preference - Comfort or Control
  • Latest HDPE Metallocene

More Info


  • Length: 10 ft 2 in
  • Width: 26 in
  • Volume: 81.5 gal
  • Cockpit Size: 35.5 x 19.5 in
  • Weight: 45.8 lbs
  • Paddler Weight Range: 120-243 lbs


  • Length: 10 ft 2 in
  • Width: 27 in
  • Volume: 96 gal
  • Cockpit Size: 35.5 x 19.25 in
  • Weight: 48 lbs
  • Paddler Weight Range: 176-286 lbs


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Fun, Responsive, Versatile   rating
From the first time I sat in the display model on the floor at Canoecopia, the Pyranha Fusion fit like a custom tailored suit. It wore like one when I test-paddled it on the pond behind Rutabaga. My appreciation has deepened in the two seasons since I brought mine home. Its weight and dimensions make the Fusion manageable to carry to water. Once launched, it’s responsive to all the strokes in my vocabulary: A draw stroke, for example, produces lateral movement with ease. A bow rudder stroke yields swift and sure maneuvering. The simple skeg system is easy to learn and use. I’ve also found the Fusion to be a good forgiving boat for practicing leans and turns. My favorite thing about the Fusion is its versatility. I use it most on southern Wisconsin rivers like the Mecan and Pecatonica, but also the Yahara chain of lakes and the occasional northern pond. It sacrifices some efficiency and speed to touring kayaks, but the Fusion likes to go: It carries a surprising amount of momentum when you stop paddling and let it glide in neutral. I prefer my waters sedate, so I can’t testify its performance in whitewater. I often go without a spray skirt, but have found it an easy boat to re-enter after a wet exit. And then there’s the color menu. There are conservative alternatives, butI like the citrusy yellow and jaffa blend for the way it reflect how happy I am to be alive whenever I’m out paddling it.

Reviewed by: David Medaris from Madison, Wisconsin. on 1/5/2012