Bending Branches Sun Shadow Crank

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Bending Branches Sun Shadow Crank Day Kayak Paddle - The Sun Shadow Crank Day Kayak Paddle by Bending Branches is engineered to ergonomically align your wrists during the power stroke, allowing you to paddle for hours with more comfort and less fatigue. With the Day blade that is perfect for high-angle, athletic paddle strokes and a wood crankshaft, the Sun Shadow is completely unique in paddlesports. It offers a natural flex and softness that is easy on the body and hands, allowing you to enter and exit the water quietly. It has smooth profiled front and back faces that are generally only found in the most expensive of synthetic paddles. The 2-piece take-apart design has a snap button for an easy breakdown, and a precision composite ferrule. For a truly unique paddle that will get you where you want to go in style, make sure you have the Sun Shadow Crank Day Kayak Paddle by Bending Branches.

- Outdoorplay

Experienced craftsmanship and aesthetic sensibility combine to make the Bending Branches Sun Shadow Crank Day kayak paddle an exquisite part of your experience on the water. 21-laminate basswood crank shaft aligns the wrists during the power stroke, resulting in less fatigue and more efficiency on the water. Asymmerical blade shape is designed for high angle, athletic paddle strokes. 9-laminate blade features red alder, black willow and basswood. Feathering is adjustable in the increments of 0 - 60deg right or left. Wrap Around(TM) Rockgard(R) protects the blade tip, wrapping up around the corners onto the blade edges.


Bending Branches Sun Shadow Crank

previously retailed for:
$199.93 - $258.90

The Bending Branches Sun Shadow Crank is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 17, 2015 at Outdoorplay.

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