Aqua-Bound Swell Carbon

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Aqua-Bound Swell Carbon Telescoping Kayak Paddle - The Swell Carbon Telescoping kayak paddle by Aqua-Bound makes waves with the paddling community! This all-carbon performance kayaking paddle is designed for a more relaxed low-angle stroke and crafted with the most demanding kayakers in mind. Handmade multi-laminate carbon blades use a unique web of woven carbon fibers along with Aqua-Bound's proprietary resin and foam core. A high pressure compression molding process increases strength, stiffness and efficiency. The T-700 carbon shaft, borrowed from the aerospace industry, is highly regarded for its high strength to weight ratio. Aqua-Bound's exclusive telescoping ferrule allows you to adjust your paddle to any degree of feather angle, lengthen or shorten your paddle a span of 15cm, and eliminates wobble. Perfect for anything from day trips to full-blown expeditions, the Aqua-Bound

- Outdoorplay

Responsive in the water and light in the hand, Aqua-Bound Swell kayak paddle excels at boosting comfort during a long paddle. Carbon-fiber shaft minimizes weight, maximizes responsiveness and feels warm to the touch. Fiberglass blades reduce swing weight via a foam core and maximize durability with a specialized resin and woven construction. Soft asymmetrical dihedral blade face works well for low-angle paddling and produces a smooth stroke with minimal flutter. Snap-button ferrule system makes adjusting your paddle easy. 2-piece design breaks down for easy storage and transport. The Aqua-Bound Swell kayak paddle includes rubber drip rings to keep water away from hands and lap.


Aqua-Bound Swell Carbon

previously retailed for:
$204.93 - $393.95

The Aqua-Bound Swell Carbon is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 6, 2015 at Outdoorplay.

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