NRS Atomic Aluminum Oarlock


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Description

The NRS Atomic Aluminum Oarlocks are ultra-light, incredibly strong and durable with a time-tested design that can take abuse on river trips day after day, year after year. The drop-forge production process NRS uses creates a very high strength-to-weight ratio compared to cast or machine-molded aluminum components. The Atomic Aluminum Oarlocks instill confidence in big water because it's quite hard to pop an oar through the tines. They feature a smooth finish to protect oar shafts, oar sleeves or rope wrap.

Features
  • Sold as single oarlocks
  • Incredibly lightweight and durable due to the NRS drop-forge production process
  • Anodized finish eliminates oxidation and discoloration
  • Smooth finish to protect oar shafts, oar sleeves and rope wraps
  • Comes with split rings to keep the oarlock from riding up

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