NRS Oar Right


Size: Small
Price:
Sale price$24.95
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Description

This NRS Oar Right keeps your oar blade in the right position for full-power strokes.

Features
  • The spline of the Oar Right fits between the horns of an open oarlock to "lock" your oar blade in position for the most effective stroke.
  • You can still feather the oar blade by simply tugging the oar in so the spline of the Oar Right clears the oarlock horns.
  • The Oar Right clamps securely to the Molded Oar Sleeve with two beefy stainless steel bolts. (Sleeves sold separately.)
  • Molded glass fill Nylon construction will give you years of trouble-free service
  • Sold as single oar right
Sizing
  • Large: Adjusts from 2" to 2 1/4" (Carlisle & Cataract Oars with Oar Sleeve). Circular collar is 3 7/8" in diameter
  • Small: Adjusts from 1 3/8" to 1 5/8" (Cataract Mini-Mag Oars and Economy Oars using XS Oar Sleeve). Circular collar is 3 1/4" in diameter.

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