Quest Chute Aluminum Kayak Paddle

Quest Chute Aluminum Kayak Paddle is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 1033.
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Quest Chute Aluminum Kayak Paddle
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Whether you’re braving the waves or gliding peacefully down river, the Quest® Chute Aluminum Kayak Paddle gets you there with ease. A durable two-piece aluminum shaft features an asymmetrical blade with right-hand indexing and offset right and left-hand blade adjustment. Included rubber drip rings help keep any unwanted water out of your kayak. The Quest® Chute kayak paddle is a sure fit for your active lifestyle.


  • Best use: Kayaking; touring and recreational use
  • 2-piece aluminum shaft constructed
  • Rubber drip rings
  • Asymmetrical blades deliver a smooth stroke every time
  • Offset right and left-hand blade adjustable
  • Right-hand indexing
  • Model # CEH00781
  • Quest

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  • Materials: aluminum
  • Available in seven lengths: 180, 190, 200, 210, 220, 230 or 240 cm.
  • Brand: Quest
  • Country of Origin: Imported


Rated 1 out of 5 by from Slow & Wet We purchased this 180cm paddle for my wife that was sized according to the chart in the store. The shape of the Chute directed the drips of water from the blade down to the shaft. This tends to get you wetter than with other paddles. The size of the blade seems to be small. Dick's easily accepted the return of the used Chute paddle when we purchased a Propel Patriot (210cm). Thanks to Dick's. The Propel Patriot has a sharper curve on the lower edge of the blade that helps to cause the drips to fall off the blade before they reach the shaft. This tends to keep you dryer. The Propel paddle also has a larger blade and is shaped to deliver better thrust. The longer shaft helps to keep from bumping the side of the the kayak.
Date published: 2016-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so good! I bought this paddle at the last minute, to accommodate a very small woman who would be kayaking with my group. I bought the 200 for her, and I had previously purchased a 220 for myself. With our mix of kayaks, it turns out that I needed a 230 (which I had), and a tall girl with a small yak used the 220. Both users of the 220 and 200 paddles were very well pleased with their paddles. I had seen some less than great reviews of the Chute paddles, but the price was right, and they were in stock when needed. Both paddles performed as expected, and I am so far very pleased. We are purely recreational kayakers, and these paddles did just fine.
Date published: 2015-07-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Moves the kayak Only 240 I could find in my are and I had an event next day so I bought this one. Works great so far,(used 5 times/16hrs total or so) breaks down and fits in my car and has three positions so I can try them to see what I like best. This is my first paddle I have owned so I can't give you a comparison but one key thing made me ok with this purchase I read in another review. (In-expensive beginner paddle and once I get more into it I can use it as a spare paddle.) Made sense to me!! I was going blind reading reviews and trying to find the best paddle and the above comment put my mind at ease. Again, it's only been an month so we will see how it holds up.
Date published: 2012-09-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wanna get wet, get these Got a pair of these when I bought two kayaks and PDFs. It's all they had in yellow (thinking yellow blades waving in the air might help provide visibility to the [*] speed boats). I thought the deep-cupped drip rings would do a good job of keeping excess water from dripping into the cockpit - WRONG. It's actually worse. There's also a deep groove down the centerline of the blades (probably for extra stiffness), but I think that also tends to channel water straight down the shaft, making the drip even worse. [...] So, if you want a nice paddle and a soaking, try these. If you want a paddle with a better design and a working drip ring, get something else.
Date published: 2011-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Paddle good Recommendations on size are incorrect The paddle works well so far but I had to return it for a longer paddle. When I bought the paddles the sales person referee to the store sign and set me up with a 190. When I took the kayak out for the first time right away I knew the paddle was too short. After looking good on kayak site with my height and the kayak width and beginner experience I needed a 220 cm paddle. I was pleased that I could exchange the paddles even though I had used them one time. I might suggest more detailed information on paddle sizing but thank you for the exchange. We bought both our kayaks and paddles at Dickson and are well pleased.
Date published: 2015-06-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Poor drip rings Overall construction is good and solid with one vital flaw. The drip rings are not even worth having on the paddle as they don't seem to work at all. From my observations the direction they are cupped seems to just insure more water is dumped inside your kayak. I have tried turning them inside out and they work a tad better... yet still really not worth even having.Otherwise the paddle is constructed well, light weight and no loose or wobbly connections in the center. I have not had it long enough to determine long term durability, yet at $30 longevity is not a big issue.There ARE better paddles for similar pricing out there, sadly this seems to be Dick's main brand they carry.
Date published: 2015-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Quality Product. I like the fact that you can change the position of the blades. I also like that it comes apart to store. It is very sturdy and lightweight. I will say that I did have some water come down the paddle and into the kayak but only a little, not enough to really cause me any problem. I will say that I am in very calm water so it may be different in rapids. I looked at several different paddles at different retailers before choosing this one. I purchased this during Dick's Sporting Goods boat sale a few weeks back so I only paid $30 for this and it is originally $50. Overall I am extremely happy with product.
Date published: 2015-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good paddle I bought this paddle along with the field and stream eagle run 2 kayak and it does what it suppose to maneuvers my kayak well.i am 5'6" and 235 pounds.i went by the size chart and bought this paddle in the 230 size and wished I would have gotten the 240 size but that was my fault.i did need the little longer paddle but this paddle does great.i have only used it 2 times but I have also put some real pressure behind this paddle and it has held up well so far.its not heavy and it does has also been through some pretty ruff stuff the 2 times that I have used it.great paddle,not disappointed at
Date published: 2015-06-19
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