POP Paddleboards Ratchet Carbon Fiber Adjustable Paddle

POP Paddleboards Ratchet Carbon Fiber Adjustable Paddle
POP Paddleboards Ratchet Carbon Fiber Adjustable Paddle
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Ratchet Carbon Fiber Adjustable Paddle by POP Paddleboards
When you're not sure what kind of conditions you're going to experience out on the water today, bring along the POP Paddleboards Ratchet Carbon Fiber Adjustable Paddle for lightweight, versatile performance. The Ratchet is constructed with high-quality carbon fiber to make it as light as it is strong, helping you ride longer, harder, and faster. Its adjustable design accommodates the needs of different-sized paddlers with varying skill levels, while the ergonomic handle provides a comfortable, secure grip for locked-in performance. Plus, the carbon fiber blade employs an ABS edge to increase rigidity and durability, ensuring it can handle low tide, rocks, and any other unidentified submerged objects you may bash into.

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SKU: PPP000M
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