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Alba Pro canoe paddle

ITEM# 12603
£105.00
  • A clean flutter reducing dihedral shape for smooth strokes
  • Buoyant and durable foam core blade material
  • Overmoulded blade for greater durability
  • Warm glass shaft
  • Asymmetric T-grip for great control
Size guide

The feel of wood with the durability of plastic, in a great all-round canoe paddle. Light in the water thanks to the buoyant foam core blade, the clean shape works smoothly for all strokes without flutter. The ground fibreglass shaft is great to handle and with the comfortable asymmetric T-grip you have the durability and control that you need for flat or moving water.

  • A clean flutter reducing dihedral shape for smooth strokes
  • Buoyant and durable foam core blade material
  • Overmoulded blade for greater durability
  • Warm glass shaft
  • Asymmetric T-grip for great control

Features

  • • 780 cm² blade area 
  • • PU foam core blade 
  • • asymmetric T-grip 
  • • overmoulded blade construction 
  • • polypropylene T-grip 
  • • shaft Ø 30 mm 

Dimensions

  • 780 cm² blade area 

Weight

  • 900 g (150 cm)

Materials

  • glass fibre shaft, 
  • polyurethane blade

Sizing an open canoe paddle

  • Metric
  • Imperial

Your paddle size should ideally be determined by the shaft length, rather than the overall length, as canoe blades come in a variety of shapes and styles. There are two quick methods to determine a roughly appropriate length:


Kneeling
Stretch out your arm, and kneel down holding the paddle upside down in front of you. If your arm is horizontal and your grip is around the throat of the paddle (where blade and shaft meet) this is a suitable length.
Standing
Sanding straight with the paddle resting on the floor vertically in front of you, the hand grip should measure between the armpit and top of shoulder.

Your paddle size should ideally be determined by the shaft length, rather than the overall length, as canoe blades come in a variety of shapes and styles. There are two quick methods to determine a roughly appropriate length:


Kneeling
Stretch out your arm, and kneel down holding the paddle upside down in front of you. If your arm is horizontal and your grip is around the throat of the paddle (where blade and shaft meet) this is a suitable length.
Standing
Sanding straight with the paddle resting on the floor vertically in front of you, the hand grip should measure between the armpit and top of shoulder.

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