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Harmony Blade Aid Paddle Float

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Give yourself a leg up on climbing back into the boat after a capsize by deploying the Harmony Blade Aid Paddle Float. The float's auto-valve makes single-handed inflation possible; once it's blown up, slip the Blade Aid float over one of your paddle blades, and use the flotation end as leverage for climbing back into your kayak. The float's tough, durable urethane-coated nylon will stand up to years of exposure to salt water and UV rays, so you can count on it always being ready to help you out in a pinch.

- Backcountry.com

A rescue aid that should be aboard every touring kayak and every paddler should have practical knowledge of how to use a float. Our Blade Aid is constructed of our finest 200-denier urethane nylon, which - unlike many - is virtually impervious to harsh effects of salt water. Equipped with a web leash and a foam grab bar, the Blade Aid is easy to control and deploy. Single-handed inflation is enabled by our unique auto-valve - you can hold the valve in your teeth and inflate - leaving hand(s) free to control boat, paddle, etc. Blade Aid locks onto your paddle blade as it inflates.

- Campmor

Harmony Blade Aid Paddle Float

currently retails for:
$42.26
MSRP: $46.99

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