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Bending Branches Paddles Sunrise Glass Kayak Paddle
$99.95
Combining lightweight fiberglass performance and durable blades, the Sunrise Glass is a high-performer for flatwater kayaking. Lightweight, durable fiberglass shaft that'll keep your joints from feeling achy, even after a full day of paddling Great value for all types of paddling Hi-vis polypropylene blades help keep you visible on the water Snug-fitting 3 hole snap-button ferrule that is adjustable for feathering angles 0° & 60° (L or R)
Bending Branches Paddles Whisper Kayak Paddle
$64.95
With a durable, no-wobble construction and engineered propulsion efficiency, the Whisper is the best-selling kayak paddle in North America. Great entry-level paddle at a great value Ideal for tooling around the lake or spending a day on the river with friends Durable two-piece aluminum shaft is controlled comfortably by black grips Snug-fitting 3 hole snap-button that is adjustable for feathering angles 0° & 60° (L or R)
Aqua Bound Manta Ray Fiber
$109.95
A warm, lightweight fiberglass shaft combined with efficient, strong blades for assertively moving water. Fiberglass shaft is lightweight and warm on the hands Big, beefy blades are a great choice for big boats looking to move more water The blades are made of exclusive Aqua-Bound abXII resin reinforced with fiberglass fibers Snug fitting, snap-button ferrule allows for multiple feather angles
Aqua Bound StingRay Hybrid Paddle
$149.95
Aqua Bound's most popular paddle, the Sting Ray Hybrid is lighter than comparable models by 4oz, packing a high-performance carbon shaft with non-stop nylon blades. 100% Carbon shaft is lightweight to reduce fatigue and joint strain and very durable Mid-sized, fiberglass reinforced blades allow for a smooth, flutter free forward stroke The Sting Ray Hybrid offers the Posi-Lok® ferrule system which clicks into position firmly and securely featuring strong, corrosion-free composite construction, convenient dual-button release, and infinite feathering angles
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