Cataract Oars Tip Protector

Cataract Oars Tip Protector
Cataract Oars Tip Protector
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Tip Protector by Cataract Oars
You spent good money on the perfect oar for your raft or drift boat, so protect your investment with the Cataract Tip Protector. This hardened cover slides over the end of your Cataract blade and fends off the dings and dents that come from dragging your oar blade along the bottom when you're faced with a rocky put-in or shallow section of water.

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