Bending Branches Black Pearl Carbon
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CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO The serious touring canoe paddler will revel in the performance and feel of this aviation-grade carbon fiber canoe paddle from Bending Branches. At 14 ounces and utilizing a 11 oval bent shaft, this paddle is designed to move a canoe over long flatwater distances with minimum of strain. Aviation-grade carbon shaft and blade provides an incredibly high strength-to-weight ratio. A traditional touring blade shape with a large surface area efficiently displaces more water while a comfortable grip provides directional control.Aviation-grade polished carbon fiber construction yields a superbly lightweight and stiff 14 ounce touring paddler perfect for flat water trips.Traditional touring blade shape with large surface area for efficient and productive paddle strokes.Comfortable pear grip allows paddler to comfortable control the paddle all day without tiring the hand.Oval shaft with an 11 bend positions the blade for an efficient and productive stroke.Touring blade edge is reinforced for better durability than most comparably weighted and priced racing paddles.Recommended Sizing: (Torso measurement from nose to seating surface when seated)26 inch torso: 48 inch bent shaft paddle28 inch torso: 50 inch bent shaft paddle 30 inch torso: 52 inch bent shaft paddle32 inch torso: 54 inch bent shaft paddle
Bending Branches Black Pearl Carbon Canoe Paddle - The Black Pearl canoe paddle by Bending Branches has the quality craftsmanship and durability you expect from Bending Branches, but with the sleek look and strength-to-weight ratio only polished carbon can provide. The grip design thatâ€™s more comfortable than racing paddles & perfect for touring. This is a light paddle weighing in at 14 oz â€“ a weight that wonâ€™t burden the serious touring paddler. The shaft & blade is made with aviation-grade carbon that provide incredibly high strength-to-weight ratio.The Black Pearl has a â€œTraditionalâ€? touring blade shape with large surface area for greater water displacement & is more durable than racing paddles.