Accent Elite FX Zephyr

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Hand crafted advanced foam core construction with Dynel edging for outer rim reinforcement. A smooth rib-less back provides silent water displacement for a stealth-like cadence. The buoyancy of these blades act to give the paddle a lighter weight-less feel to assist in paddling efficiency. Designed around a low angle paddling style the zephyr is a classic asymmetric shape that fits a wide range of activities. With a softer catch and easy pull through the water, this blade helps to protect muscles and joints from fatigue during a long day of paddling.The zephyr is an excellent choice for most paddlers.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Designed around a low angle paddling style, the Zephyr is a classic asymmetric shape that fits a wide range of activities. With a softer catch and easy pull through the water, this blade helps to protect muscles and joints from fatigue during a long day of paddling. Hand crafted advanced foam core construction with Dynel edging for outer rim reinforcement. A smooth rib-less back provides silent water displacement for a stealth-like cadence. The buoyancy of these blades act to give the paddle a lighter weight-less feel to assist in paddling efficiency.The Zephyr is an excellent choice for most paddlers. Fiberglass High Density Foam Core blades Carbon Straight shaft designLoktite ferrule systems allows for 24 distinct angle options. With a twist of an adjustment knob, you set the paddle to your desired angle, tighten the adjustment knob and put the paddle together. Just set it and forget it.

- Campmor

Accent Elite FX Zephyr

previously retailed for:
$159.99 - $194.98

The Accent Elite FX Zephyr is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 17, 2011 at Ramsey Outdoor.

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