Field & Stream Fiberglass Kayak PaddleItem Number: 11620582
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The Field & Stream® Fiberglass Kayak Paddle features a two-piece reinforced fiberglass shaft that offers lighter weight and lessens paddling fatigue. The fiberglass design also helps to keep hands warmer and provides additional flexibility. Grab your Field & Stream® Kayak Paddle and your kayak for an afternoon on your local river or lake.
- 15" length fish scale
- 60° offset blade adjustment
- Right hand indexing
- Drip Rings included
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Country Of Origin: Thailand
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by linds1984 Best Paddle! Bought this for a bday for my bf to match his kayak and he's not only impressed but love it! August 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by tomtomnc Nice, light and sturdy !!! I only been on the lake (Lake Johnson) once so far with this paddle but I really like it. It felt light and was very sturdy at it's connection point (no rattle or wobble). I'm 6'1" 300 lb. and I wish I would have bought a longer paddle, I have the 230cm but 240cm would have been a better fit for me and my Eagle Talon Kayak. The kayak also performed great on the lake, carried my weight very well on a choppy and windy day . I also love the matching camo look of the kayak and paddle. August 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Matt great paddle this paddle is light weight and easy to handle. Great paddle! August 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by kruzr nice paddle glad I went with the 240cm, plan on doing some fishing out of my yak, so the ruler on the back side of the left paddle will come in handy! June 9, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by tonya12 Handle started delaminating on first trip Handle started delaminating on first trip; have two, I wouldn't buy another June 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Julianne4318 Love the ruler on the back of the paddle! My husband is hard on paddles so I needed one that could take a lot of abuse. I found one in the Field and Stream paddle. It's sturdy and made of quality materials. I'm very happy with my purchase. Worth the extra $$ for the quality. July 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MarkH Great Paddle This paddle works great with the Eagle Talon. I have no complaints at all. June 11, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by coal valley angler Nice paddle I really liked the paddle the first three times i used it but after that the fiberglass is starting to delaminate May 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JoshuaB Worth the price I was a little hesitant at first purchasing this paddle because of the price. After having used it, it is by far the best paddle I own, very light, seems well made, fish measuring tape printed on one side of the paddle and the fact it's freaking badass camo are all factors why I would suggest this paddle to anyone who can afford it April 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Internetpilot Excellent Fiberglass Shaft Paddle This is an excellent fiberglass shaft paddle. It's fairly lightweight, but heavy enough to feel sturdy. The paddles are where most of the weight is. Unlike what other reviews mention, I haven't had any trouble with this paddle not floating. When I got it home, I chucked it in my pool and left it there for over 30 minutes. It didn't get a drop of water inside the shaft and was floating high in the water. Otherwise, I was going to add some sort of flotation foam to it, but I'm glad I didn't have to add any bulk to it. I needed a 240cm paddle and was lucky to find the 240cm one at a Dick's grand opening. I haven't seen the 240cm model of this paddle at any other Dick's, but I think it's available online. The curved shape of the paddles is nice and allows me to really get my kayak moving with minimal water noise. The paddles are thick, sturdy plastic that is strong enough to push off from the bank, etc. I only have a couple negatives with this, none of them deal-killers and didn't stop me from giving it 5 stars: 1. When you feather the paddle no matter which direction you twist the shaft, one of the paddles will serve as a nice spoon/scoop for holding water that usually pours into the kayak during the stroke. I don't feel the need to feather the paddle often, though, so it wasn't a big deal for me. 2. The decal that comes stuck on one of the paddles was an absolute BEAR to get off, and there's still some glue residue on there. April 23, 2013