Carlisle Paddles Taboo Stand Up 2-Piece Adjustable Kayak Paddle

Carlisle Paddles Taboo Stand Up 2-Piece Adjustable Kayak Paddle
Carlisle Paddles Taboo Stand Up 2-Piece Adjustable Kayak Paddle
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Taboo Stand Up 2-Piece Adjustable Kayak Paddle by Carlisle Paddles
Use the Carlisle Taboo 2-Piece Adjustable Kayak and Stand-Up Paddle on a paddleboard or in a kayak thanks to the easy button-locking system that allows you to quickly change the length and add or remove a second blade. This two-in-one paddle is lightweight so you won't feel worn down before you get a chance to enjoy the water. Durable high-impact plastic blades and aluminum shaft mean that, in a pinch, the Taboo can take some bumps and bruises against the rocks.

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SKU: CLL0021
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