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Aqua-Bound Eagle Ray

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Aqua-Bound Eagle Ray Posi-Lok 2-Piece Carbon Paddle Straight Shaft(0x1d9ff7a8)

- Backcountry.com

The Eagle Ray Posi-Lok kayak paddle is nicely matched to today's sea kayaks. Its lightweight carbon-fiber shaft is easy on the shoulders and wrists, helping you cover serious mileage. Simple, intuitive and strong, the Posi-Lok(R) ferrule uses a 2-button release to detach and adjust feather angle. To join, simply slide the Posi-Lok ferrule together and listen for the audible "click". Posi-Lok resists corrosion and completely eliminates play between each piece of the paddle. Feathering is adjustable in the increments of 0 / 15 / 30 / 45 / 60deg right or left. Lightweight carbon shaft provides low swing weight and slight flex, promoting a comfortable experience in the cockpit from launch until takeout. Smooth, flutter-free bite and pull with an asymmetrical dihedral blade face optimized for the low-angle paddling style. Fiberglass-reinforced nylon blades provide excellent durability when pushing off rocks or barnacles. Comes with rubber drip rings to keep water away from hands and lap.

- REI

The Eagle Ray Touring paddle by Aquabound is a highly refined, full size, low angle touring paddle perfectly matched to today's long and slender sea kayaks. Its elegant, long blades feature a soft dihedral power face, which is easy on the shoulders and wrists. Made of all carbon fiber to create a super strong, lightweight, and beautiful paddle. With good bite and flutter-free strokes, one can cover serious mileage with the Eagle Ray!

- RockCreek

Aqua-Bound Eagle Ray

previously retailed for:
$109.93 - $199.00

The Aqua-Bound Eagle Ray is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 30, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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