Conquest Kayaks Duraflex 4 Piece Travel Paddle

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The Conquest Kayak Dura-Flex paddle product line is unsurpassed in quality and functionality. Each paddle configuration is designed to help you get the most out of your Conquest Kayak. Every Conquest paddle floats which make it easier than other paddle brands to retrieve from the water. The strong, yet ultra-lightweight fiberglass shaft resists cracking and does not dent like other paddle brands that use aluminum shafts. The full blade paddle configuration is ideal for the recreational kayaker looking to get the most out of each paddle stroke. The asymmetrical paddles reduce fatigue and offer greater hydrodynamic stability. The choice of 3 feathered blade positions (-30, 0 or 30 degrees) allows the user to decide whether to have the paddle in the relaxed position (0 degrees), or the more aggressive (30 degree) position. The full blade configuration increases the paddles efficiency and the dihedral angle reduces flutter. Composite resin blade material gives unsurpassed durability. The Travel Paddle disassembles into 4 sections that are no longer than 25" which allows for easy storage. Assembly and disassembly is quick and easy. The Conquest paddle contains all the features you need in a light touring/recreational paddle and is perfectly matched to the Conquest Kayak series! Size: 86.6" (220cm) 94.5" (240cm)

- SunnySports

Composite kayak paddle disassembles into 4 pieces to easily pack along with any inflatable kayak. Features a fiberglass shaft with asymetrical resin blades. This four piece kayak paddle measuring 24.5 inches per section, makes an ideal travel paddle or spare.220 CM length assmebled/24.5" sectionsFiberglass shaftAsymmetric blade

- Campmor

Conquest Kayaks Duraflex 4 Piece Travel Paddle

previously retailed for:
$74.95 - $489.00

The Conquest Kayaks Duraflex 4 Piece Travel Paddle is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2012 at SunnySports.

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