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ERGONOMICALLY CORRECT - The GULLWING paddle blades are designed asymmetrical in shape and formed
at an angle which allows the paddler to put maximum surface area in the water faster & easier with less effort to achieve
more efficient power.
PADDLE FEATURES
• Aluminum alloy handle
• Nylon and fiberglass blades
• Powder coated textured handle
• New model for anglers
• Light weight
• Powerful curved blade
• Easily flipped to reverse direction
PADDLES
ajcarlow@yahoo.com
www.gullwingpaddles.com
Not nearly as much
fun as they sound.
Congratulations to Phil and Apryle on their successful
completion of the “Go Wild” Expedition.
For more information visit www.elevatedattitude.com.
Photo: Phil Magistro
robin’s egg blue. Hard shell.
Photos: tiM shuff
In some regards the Strait’s sea kayak fea-
tures are misleading; we don’t recommend a
12-foot kayak to anyone who wants to cover
water. In waves the short deck and low bow
make for a wet ride and a strong paddler
quickly maxes out the hull’s cruising speed.
For true light touring, consider the Strait 140.
For short paddles and small bodies of water
where speed is not an issue, however, the 120
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depth ........................................14 in (. cm)
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cockpit .....................................2.7 x 16 in
(8 x 40. cm)
weight .......................................48 lbs (22 kg)
Visit our website to request a 2010 catalog,
price..........................................$1,00 Cdn
and locate a specialty paddlesports retailer near you.
$900 US
geteliteseries.com
www.cdkayak.com
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