Bending Branches Impression Wood Kayak Paddle

Bending Branches Impression Wood Kayak Paddle
Bending Branches Impression Wood Kayak Paddle
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Impression Wood Kayak Paddle by Bending Branches
The Bending Branches Impression Kayak paddle uses a wood construction alongside modern features to blend beauty and performance. Designed to keep traditionalists happy, basswood and red alder offer a classic paddling aesthetic that looks and feels great on the water. Rubber drip rings, a composite ferrule, and edge guards bring this vintage style paddle into the modern era. The basswood shaft grants a soft natural flex that's easy on the paddler's hands and shoulders while inherent buoyancy offers a smooth stroke release for extra quiet paddling. The three-hole snap-button ferule lets you easily customize your paddle for a 0or 60, right or left feathering that will better suit your stroke style and positioning preferences. When you head out for your next local lake cruise, feel the difference with this high-quality two-piece wood paddle.

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