Select Warrior Carbon 670 Bent Shaft Quick-Lock 2-Piece Kayak Paddle


Size: 194 - 198 cm
Feather Angle: Adjustable
Price:
Sale price$420.00
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Description

Designed with the elite paddler in mind, the Select Warrior Carbon 670 Bent Shaft Quick-Lock 2-Piece Kayak Paddle is the foam core equivalent to the Wild. It provides all the advantages sought by the most demanding whitewater kayakers, with infinite adjustability that is hard to find in bent shaft. Its fine edges and its great lightness offer responsiveness and feathering in the water. The 670cm of surface area on the blade is the perfect do it all size for power and finesse. We are excited to be one of the only retailers for this French brand!

Specifications
  • Adjustable length

  • Adjustable feather

  • Straight shaft

  • Blade size: 19.3" x 7.67" (49 cm x 19.5 cm)

  • Blade surface area: 103.85 sq. in. (670 sq. cm)

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