Aqua-Bound Tango Fiberglass 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft

Aqua-Bound Tango Fiberglass 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft
Aqua-Bound Tango Fiberglass 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Tango Fiberglass 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft by Aqua-Bound
There's a rhythm to paddling that's similar to dancing, and Aqua-Bound's Tango Fiberglass Paddle is like the best pair of tango dancing shoes you could own. This paddle features a lightweight, straight carbon shaft, while the two-piece construction allows you to break it down and stow it away or use the paddle as a backup. Additionally, the Tango is equipped with two feathering options (0 and 60 degrees) that's easily adjustable thanks to the intuitive ferrule system.

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SKU: AQB001D
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