Aqua-Bound Whiskey Carbon 4-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft

Aqua-Bound Whiskey Carbon 4-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft
Aqua-Bound Whiskey Carbon 4-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft
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Whiskey Carbon 4-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Straight Shaft by Aqua-Bound
The Whiskey collection consists of Aqua-Bound's performance touring paddles, and the Whiskey Carbon 4-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle is the lightest, most compact option for high-energy, well-traveled paddlers. The shaft's four-piece design packs small, and it's held together with a secure Posi-Lock (also carbon) system that assures corrosion-free convenience as well as infinite ferrule adjustments. The compression-molded fiberglass blades have a rigid feel in the water.

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SKU: AQB001U
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