Aqua-Bound Whiskey Fiberglass 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Bent Shaft

Aqua-Bound Whiskey Fiberglass 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Bent Shaft
Aqua-Bound Whiskey Fiberglass 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Bent Shaft
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Whiskey Fiberglass 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle - Bent Shaft by Aqua-Bound
The Whiskey collection consists Aqua-Bound's performance touring paddles, and the Whiskey Fiberglass 2-Piece Posi-Lok Paddle offers more rigidity than other Whiskey paddles. This Whiskey's shaft is pure carbon for a lightweight feel that remains rigid at each stroke. The fiberglass blades give better rigidity for more power in the water. Its two-piece design is held together by a Posi-Lock (also carbon) system that assures corrosion-free convenience as well as infinite ferrule adjustments. This bent shaft puts your arms and wrists in a more natural position for comfier stroking.

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SKU: AQB001T
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