Carlisle Standard T-Grip Canoe Paddle
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Carlisle Standard T-Grip Canoe Paddle

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Length: 57"
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Carlisle Standard T-Grip Canoe Paddle
$29.99
Color : Green
Length : 57"
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Carlisle Standard T-Grip Canoe Paddle

Great for canoeing, the Carlisle® T-Grip Paddle boasts a no-fuss design with plenty of power and awesome performance. A high-impact, polypropylene blade and poly-aluminum shaft offer high-function for those trips down the river, while a T-grip handle is easy to hang onto.

FEATURES:

  • Designed for canoeing
  • High-impact blade
  • Polypropylene blade
  • Aluminum/polyethylene shaft
  • T-grip handle
  • Sizing tip: paddle length can be determined by first kneeling and sitting back on your heels. Flip the paddle upside down, so that the hand grip is on the floor next to your knees. The throat of the paddle (where the shaft ends and the blade begins) should line up between your nose and chin.
  • Brand : Carlisle Paddles
  • Country of Origin : United States of America or Imported
  • Style : STDTRIPPDL
  • DSG Pro Tips

  • Web ID: 17CPAUSTNDRDTGRPCPSC
  • SKU: 18087249
Product Information

Great for canoeing, the Carlisle® T-Grip Paddle boasts a no-fuss design with plenty of power and awesome performance. A high-impact, polypropylene blade and poly-aluminum shaft offer high-function for those trips down the river, while a T-grip handle is easy to hang onto.

FEATURES:

  • Designed for canoeing
  • High-impact blade
  • Polypropylene blade
  • Aluminum/polyethylene shaft
  • T-grip handle
  • Sizing tip: paddle length can be determined by first kneeling and sitting back on your heels. Flip the paddle upside down, so that the hand grip is on the floor next to your knees. The throat of the paddle (where the shaft ends and the blade begins) should line up between your nose and chin.
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