Designed and optimized for the Pungo family of kayaks, the Wilderness Systems Pungo Carbon Paddle delivers smooth, efficient, and flutter-free strokes for everyone from the inexperienced beginner to the seasoned vet-in just about any paddling style-thanks to its innovative shape, size, and proprietary blade curvature. Its shape, size, and blade curve also allows it to work exceptionally well with other rec and touring kayaks. The composite carbon fiber blade and carbon shaft help this version take top honors as Wilderness Systems's lightest Pungo paddle. And with a simple flip of the low-profile Leverlock system, you can adjust the length to fit virtually any paddler, model of kayak, or stroke style. Plus, custom paddle drip rings keep excess water from running down the paddle shaft to minimize the amount of water that drips on you.
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