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H2O ECO-REC (A) www.h2opaddles.com $129–$140


Designed for the kayaker with a conscience, its blades are made from 100 percent recycled, high- performance glass-filled nylon. The dihedral blade allows for a smooth, flutter-free stroke. Stiffness, durability and the unmistakable H2O-Green blade will let everyone know that you care about the waters you’re paddling on.


Blade Material: Glass-Filled nylon | Shaft Material: Fiberglass | Lengths: 210 cm / 220 cm / 230 cm / 240 cm | Offset: 0 or 60 Degrees | Average Weight: 34 oz


LENDAL XRANGE MODIFIED


CRANK SHAFT (B) www.lendalna.com $470


Lendal’s new XRANGE MCS paddle combines the renowned performance of the Kinetik touring blade with the latest in composite engineering. The XRANGE MCS has an ergonomic grip for increased comfort on water and greater precision with strokes. Lendal four-piece paddles demonstrate exceptional rigidity due to the patented Paddlok system with an updated, more elegant design. Handcrafted in America, the XRANGE represents Lendal’s commitment to quality and innovation.


Blade Material: All Carbon | Shaft Material: All Carbon | Lengths: 205 cm / 210 cm / 215 cm / 220 cm | Offset: 60 Degrees Righthand / Neutral / 60 Degrees Lefthand | Average Weight: 27 oz


LENDAL XRANGE


STRAIGHT SHAFT (C) www.lendalna.com $450


Lendal’s XRANGE paddle combines the renowned performance of the Kinetik Touring blade with the latest in composite engineering. The new manufacturing process ensures that XRANGE paddles are uniform, lightweight and remarkably strong. Lendal four-piece paddles continue to demonstrate exceptional rigidity


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due to the patented Paddlok system, with a new ergonomic, elegant design. Handcrafted in America, the XRANGE represents Lendal’s commitment to quality and innovation.


Blade Material: All Carbon | Shaft Material: All Carbon | Lengths: 205 cm / 210 cm / 215 cm / 220 cm | Offset: 60 Degrees Righthand / Neutral / 60 Degrees Lefthand | Average Weight: 26 oz


MITCHELL PADDLES


BLACK MAGIC (D) www.mitchellpaddles.com $444–$510


The feel of wood with the performance of carbon—that is the magic of the Black Magic. Combining custom woven, aerospace-grade carbon over a hand-shaped wood core produces a paddle with an exceptionally powerful forward stroke and buttery smooth in-water recovery strokes. This is a truly custom paddle with respect to shaft size, blade size, length, angle and anything else you can think of. At Mitchell Paddles, Inc., custom paddles are the standard.


Blade Material: Carbon Fiber | Shaft Material: Laminated Wood | Lengths: 210 cm–225 cm | Offset: Custom 0–90 Degrees, Right or Lefthand | Average Weight: 32 oz | Straight Shaft: $444 | Bent Shaft: $510


STELLAR KAYAKS


WING PADDLE (E) www.stellarkayaks.com $200–$427


Stellar’s wing paddles are offered in mid-wing and small-wing blade sizes, which are fully adjustable in feather and 10 centimeters in length. These low-twist blades offer clean paddling and are ideal for racing and touring. The fiberglass construction is affordable for the entry-level paddler as well as reducing the load on your wrists. The full carbon paddles are light and stiff, offering performance to those who demand it.


Lengths: Adjustable | Offset: Adjustable | Blade Material: Fiberglass-Core; Shaft Material: Fiberglass; Average Weight: 33 oz; $200 | Blade Material: Carbon-Fiberglass; Shaft Material: Carbon; Average Weight: 30 oz; $293 | Blade Material: Carbon; Shaft Material: Carbon; Average Weight: 22 oz; $427


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