Sawyer Oars Polecat Oar

Sawyer Oars Polecat Oar
Sawyer Oars Polecat Oar
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Polecat Oar by Sawyer Oars
The Polecat Oar is a wallet-friendly option for the rafter who wants to save some cash for the trip instead of spending it all on gear. Make no mistake--it's a fully featured oar with the sueprior construction you'd expect from Sawyer Oars. The fiberglass shaft is lightweight yet strong to transfer your stroke into the water, while the Titeset Blade Lock system allows you to customize your oar with interchangeable blades without worrying about rattling or jamming.

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SKU: SWO0005
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