Aqua-Bound Whiskey Carbon 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft

Aqua-Bound Whiskey Carbon 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft
Aqua-Bound Whiskey Carbon 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Whiskey Carbon 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft by Aqua-Bound
Stiff and strong like a good bourbon should be, the Aqua-Bound Whiskey Carbon Paddle boasts large carbon blades to help you take a bigger swig out of the water with every stroke. Ideal for high-angle, high energy paddlers, this high-performance recreational paddle boasts an ultralight and responsive carbon shaft along with a powerful and incredibly light carbon blade. Infinite feathering angles allow you to adjust to any conditions, and the Posi-Lock ferrule system clicks into position firmly and securely.

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SKU: AQB001B
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