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SURFSTOW
Carbon Fiber SUP Paddle, Koa Wood Overlay

$209.99

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Model # 15174899 | Mfg # 50092

Product Description

Lighter than SurfStow’s SL-50 model paddles, these adjustable paddles feature carbon fiber shafts with Pad-Lok™ shaft adjuster to maximize comfort and efficiency while paddling. Patented full carbon fiber hollow blade is compression-molded for added strength and durability.

  • Style: Two-piece adjustable
  • Shaft Material: 50% carbon fiber/50% glass-filled nylon
  • Weight: 1.45lb.
  • Shaft Length: Adjustable 69"-86"  
  • Blade Length x Width: 19"L x 8 1/2"W
  • Warranty: One year

 

Specs

Carbon Fiber SUP Paddle, Koa Wood Overlay

Color Bamboo
Length 70" to 86"
Type Shaft: Carbon Fiber
Blade: Koa Wood Overlay
Weight 23 Ounces

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Surfstow Carbon Fiber SUP Paddle, Koa Wood Overlay
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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4.0

Very nice

By Beach

from Salt Lake City Utah

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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Pros

  • Improves Comfort
  • Reduces Fatigue

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Recreational Paddlers
    • Touring

    Comments about Surfstow Carbon Fiber SUP Paddle, Koa Wood Overlay:

    Lite weight adjustable paddle. Love the wood inlay.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Carbon is the way to go

    By Mike

    from Santa Cruz

    Comments about Surfstow Carbon Fiber SUP Paddle, Koa Wood Overlay:

    A light paddle is not essential to have fun paddleboarding but it is the first thing I would splurge on (over a lighter board) and here is why. With each stroke of the paddle, you get more tired. A light paddle equals less fatigue on hands, wrists, arms and back. All of this ads up. Who knew you can get sore from paddleboarding?

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    • No

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