Cataract Oars SGG Oar Shaft (Counterbalance and Rope Wrap)

Cataract Oars SGG Oar Shaft (Counterbalance and Rope Wrap)
Cataract Oars SGG Oar Shaft (Counterbalance and Rope Wrap)
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SGG Oar Shaft (Counterbalance and Rope Wrap) by Cataract Oars
Some boaters will tell you that composite has no business in the world of oars. Most of those people have never experienced the Cataract SGG Oar Shaft with Counterbalance and Rope Wrap, though. Because this raft- and drift boat-ready shaft was designed to flex and rebound like wood, without adding extra weight or maintenance issues. Adding to its efficiency is a four-pound counterweight that do the work for you once the oar is past the oarlock, which really adds up when you're rowing hundreds of times a day. Light, powerful, and responsive, the SGG is Cataract Oars' most popular oar for good reason.

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SKU: CTR000Q
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