Carlisle Paddles Extra Heavy Duty Raft Oar Shaft

Carlisle Paddles Extra Heavy Duty Raft Oar Shaft
Carlisle Paddles Extra Heavy Duty Raft Oar Shaft
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Extra Heavy Duty Raft Oar Shaft by Carlisle Paddles
When you're rafting on the water, you can use the Carlisle Extra Heavy Duty Raft Oar Shaft and attachable blade (sold separately) to achieve some majorly powerful stroking. The tempered aluminum shaft and reinforced inner sleeve maximize this shaft's strength and stiffness.

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SKU: CLL0009
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