Aqua-Bound Eagle Ray Carbon Paddle - 2-Piece Posi-Lok

Aqua-Bound Eagle Ray Carbon Paddle - 2-Piece Posi-Lok
Aqua-Bound Eagle Ray Carbon Paddle - 2-Piece Posi-Lok
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Eagle Ray Carbon Paddle - 2-Piece Posi-Lok by Aqua-Bound
You've dreamed of touring the Na Pali Coast for years. Checking your gear one last time, you climb into your kayak and reach for the Eagle Ray Posi-Lok 2-Piece Carbon Paddle by Aqua-Bound. The best of both worlds, this paddle is the top of its line and is perfect for low-angle paddlers who are looking for the bite of a high-angle paddle. The Posi-Lok ferrule system clicks into position for a strong, secure fit, while a dual-button release allows for quick feathering adjustment and easy storage. Carbon construction makes this paddle feel light in your hands so that you'll be able to paddle longer and see more of those lush, tropical shores.

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SKU: AQB0026
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