NRS PTK Kayak Paddle

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit NRS's PTK Kayak Paddle page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The NRS PTK Kayak Paddle 45 Degree is a kayak paddle for white water. The paddle only comes in a 45 degree feather with right hand control, so if you're going with this one, you better learn how to work your right hand. Asymmetrical blades move through the water for a smooth entry and exit. Features of the NRS PTK Kayak Paddle 45 Degree Asymmetrical blade design, indestructible construction Like the other PT paddles, this whitewater kayak paddle is built using the toughest materials available Coated High-strength airplane grade aluminum shaft construction Available with 45-degree feather and right-hand control only Mid-size blade design pulls smoothly through the water without excessive flutter, and the shaft is indexed for easy control Ideal for whitewater river running paddling, and whitewater / touring crossover paddling Straight shaft shape and asymmetrical blades Control: Right hand

- Moosejaw

Asymmetrical blade design, indestructible construction. Like the other PT paddles, this whitewater kayak paddle is built using the toughest materials available. The blade design pulls smoothly through the water without excessive flutter, and the shaft is indexed for easy control. Available with 45-degree feather and right-hand control only.

- NRS

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- CampSaver.com

The NRS PTK Whitewater Aluminum Straight Shaft Paddle puts a high-strength, airplane-grade aluminum shaft and two asymmetrical fiberglass blades in your hands at a mere 42 ounces. The asymmetrical blade design reduces twisting on the paddle shaft, while the slightly-spooned blades increase the power of your stroke. Since controlling a paddle at different angles can be hard, NRS indexed the shaft of the PTK Whitewater Paddle, which means they shaped the shaft so that your right hand grips easily and so that you can naturally feel the blade angle without even looking. This one-piece kayak paddle has a 45-degree feather and right-hand control only.

- Backcountry.com