NSP NSP 50% Carbon 3-Piece Adjustable Paddle

NSP NSP 50% Carbon 3-Piece Adjustable Paddle
NSP NSP 50% Carbon 3-Piece Adjustable Paddle
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50% Carbon 3-Piece Adjustable Paddle by NSP
If pure carbon paddles feel too flimsy, and fiberglass paddles feel to heavy, the NSP 50% Carbon 3-Piece Adjustable Paddle will feel just right on a stand-up paddle board. Most adjustable paddles only have 2-piece construction, this 3-piece paddle packs down smaller for easier transportation. Two lever clamps with anti-twist locks keep this paddle as stable as a non-adjustable paddle.

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SKU: NSP000D
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