Werner Desperado CF IM

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The Werner Desperado Paddle offers excellent paddle performance at a price that should be outlawed! Features mid-size carbon reinforced nylon blades and Werner's premium fiberglass shaft.30 degree blade offset balances solid bracing with reduced wind resistance.Built with Werner's premium carbon-blend fiberglass shaft for a superior strength-to-weight ratio.Carbon reinforced nylon blades are light, stiff and durable.The Desperado's mid-size blades are great for all around river running.

- NRS

A well-balanced, easy to use, and affordable crossover kayaking paddle, the Werner Desperado delivers unrivaled paddle performance at a price that should be outlawed.

- EMS

Spyderco's Salt I features H1 (non-rusting steel). Salt I has a more rounded tip that's a bit thicker at the point. Since H1 was developed specifically for use in and around water, rounding the tip better met the requirements of cutting chores associated with boating and fishing. The Spyderco Round Hole is increased in diameter to 14mm facilitating easier access for gloved or wet hands. All inside/outside steel components (lock bar, pins and clip) have been treated making them impervious to rust and pitting. Volcano Grip texturing covers both sides of the FRN handle for friction-resistance to slipping. David Boye's locking lever dent is a standard feature that inhibits the lock from accidental release if the handle is gripped with great force. A matching black steel pocket clip positions for left/right tip-up portability. A hole running through the hollow clip screw makes a lanyard pipe for stringing thong or cord through when using around water.

- RockCreek