Adventure Technology Ergo Tour T4 Carbon Shaft
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CLOSEOUTS . Featuring water-displacing dihedral blades, the Adventure Technology Ergo Tour T4 carbon kayak paddle slices through the water naturally and accommodates a variety of paddling styles. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.
- Sierra Trading Post
AT Carbon Ergo Tour Kayak Paddle - The Ergo Tour is a favorite for long peaceful flatwater trips as well as busting through the surf. A breakthrough in materials successfully blends fiberglass, long carbon fibers and the incredible properties of ultra light N6 matrix material with the quality and performance you have come to expect from AT. This new material has an incredibly high strength-to-weight ratio, and is the most durable material ever used in kayak paddles. The AT Carbon Ergo Tour Kayak Paddle's innovative materials are complemented by AT's famous Full Control Grips. Designed with sports physiologists, these ergonomics grips put your wrist and forearms at a neutral angle. The result is reduced joint strain, better control, more power, and less fatigue. Polypro/fiberglass blades feature a progressive dihedral for flutter-free performance and predictably smooth power. The asymmetric design accommodates both high and low angle paddling for different styles. Two-piece construction makes for easy transport and storage, and AT's new Featherlok Ferrule makes it easy to adjust both the offset of the paddle blades, as well as the length. Now, you can get great AT ergonomics in what is not only the toughest paddle ever made, but also one of the lightest. Experience the future of touring kayak paddles.
Noticeably efficient strokes are the result when you port-in for a peaceful, all-day tour or an aggressive, short paddle with the Adventure Technology Ergo Tour T4 Carbon Touring Paddle in your hands. The lightweight, forgiving, and ergonomically shaped N6 Carbon shaft translates into proper arm alignmentAAAyouAAAll suffer less fatigue on longer hauls and notice exceptionally efficient, powerful strokes on those short, aggressive trips.