Adventure Technology River Carbon

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The AT Paddles River Carbon Whitewater Paddle will quickly become best buddies with your creek boat. Strong, lightweight carbon keeps the swing-weight minimal, and the large blade offers powerful pull. As part of AT Paddles' C-Series, the River Carbon offers a uniquely high fiber-to-resin ratio that makes it as strong as possible.

- Backcountry.com

AT Paddles River Carbon Whitewater Kayak Paddle - The AT River Carbon kayak paddle combines Adventure Technology's patented ergonomic bent shaft with the bombproof durability of a thermoplastic nylon matrix. This nylon resin bonds with the long fiber fiberglass weave to yield the highest shaft strength possible. Ideal for down-river paddling, the patented Full Control Grip ergonomic shaft is shaped three-dimensionally, allowing proper alignment of the wrists and relieving major stress on tendons and ligaments. Youâ??ll get unparalleled blade control and extra assurance for rolling and bracing. The stable dihedral blades are ideal for all-around use. The large surface area maximizes each stroke and maintains flutter-free performance. Seasoned paddlers will appreciate the versatility of a paddle they can use to creek, surf or run big water. Novices will experience increased confidence due to the stability and predictability of the blade. The AT River Carbon kayak paddle is unparalleled on small creeks where rocks may prevent full purchase or on big, pushy water where every stroke is critical. No matter where you're paddling, the AT River Carbon kayak paddle gives you a paddle you can trust at a price you can afford.

- Outdoorplay

Adventure Technology River Carbon

previously retailed for:
$210.00 - $280.00

The Adventure Technology River Carbon is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 2, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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