Carlisle Standard Paddle

Color: White/Blue
Size: 57
Sale price$44.95


The Carlisle Standard Paddle is the industry standard in commercial-grade raft paddles. Cheap, durable, and dependable, the Carlisle Standard Paddle is a great choice for stocking your paddle crew or R2 rig. The aluminum shaft of these paddles is coated with polyethylene to give you a secure and comfortable grip, and the sealed inner shaft means this paddle will float if it gets dropped in the river.

Grip: T-grip
Blade Material: High-impact polypropylene
Blade Size: 20.3 cm W x 50.8 cm L (8" W x 20" L)
Blade Shape: Symmetrical
Shaft Material: Fully clad aluminum
Shaft Shape: Straight
Breakdown: No
Weight: 60" is 34 oz (964 g)
  • Rafting
  • Canoeing

Pro Tip: Owning a lot of these can be a hassle to carry around and store if you don't have a paddle bag. We recommend picking up the NRS Paddle Bag if you buy more than four of them. Trust us, you'll thank yourself!

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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