Bending Branches Angler Navigator Carbon Paddle

Bending Branches Angler Navigator Carbon Paddle
Bending Branches Angler Navigator Carbon Paddle
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Angler Navigator Carbon Paddle by Bending Branches
Bending Branches made the Angler Navigator Carbon Paddle to bring anglers the best in both function and elegance. This paddle features a carbon-fiber shaft with excellent rigidity and strength, that also is extremely lightweight to reduce fatigue. Oversized blades offer a more powerful stroke, while the wood maintains the artistry and heritage of Bending Branches and ups the ante in terms of buoyancy and flexibility. Rockguard technology--derived from inline skate wheel material--protects the blade's vulnerable edges from impact, absorbing the shock and creating 6 times the longevity compared to unprotected wood blades. This combination gets you to your casting spot quickly and with the energy needed to enjoy your afternoon of fishing.

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SKU: BDG000Q
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