Cataract Oars Deso Carbon Kayak Paddle

Cataract Oars Deso Carbon Kayak Paddle
Cataract Oars Deso Carbon Kayak Paddle
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Deso Carbon Kayak Paddle by Cataract Oars
Designed for ounce-counting kayakers running creeks and big rivers, the Cataract Oars Deso Carbon Kayak Paddle features lightweight, high-strength construction destined for your most aggressive whitewater ventures. The filament-wound carbon fiber shaft and carbon fiber molded blades keep swing weight to a minimum, with foam cores lightening the blades even further. Injection molded urethane grips are easy to hold on to when wet, and dynel edge protectors on the blades defends against rocks when you're navigating boofs and pourovers.

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