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Adventure Technology ATX Flexi Paddle

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AT Paddles ATX Flexi Bent Shaft Whitewater Kayak Paddle - Adventure Technology's ATX Flexi kayaking paddle is a natural classic that defines the perfect all-around paddle. The smooth, any-conditions performance is what makes the ATX Flexi paddle a favorite for downriver and creek boating. The foundation of the ATX Flexi kayak paddle is the patented Full Control Grip. Designed with sports physiologists, the shaft is bent on two planes to properly align your forearm and wrist bones, while the ergonomic grip area is perfectly shaped to fit your hands. Youâ??ll have more power and control, with reduced stress on tendons and ligaments. The large hydrodynamic blades are designed for powerfully smooth strokes. Foam cores minimize flutter and add more energy in your strokes and braces, letting you paddle longer without tiring. Rugged Dynell edging prevents your paddle blade from wearing down, giving you consistently powerful strokes over time. The shaft is a hybrid braid of carbon and fiberglass, simulating the soft feel and natural flex of a wooden shaft, reducing stress to your joints even more. Unibody construction weaves continuous carbon braids from the shaft to the tip of the blade, distributing flex evenly through the paddle, and lowering the swing weight for increased performance. When it comes to performance, power and comfort, the Adventure Technolog ATX Flexi carbon whitewater kayak paddle is the favorite for slalom boaters, committed creekers, and anyone wanting a full-power kayak paddle.

- Outdoorplay