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Beavertail Bass/Alder Paddle

by Bending Branches
$114.95

IN-STORE PICK UP ONLY. THIS ITEM CANNOT BE SHIPPED. All online orders must be picked up at Rockport, ME location.

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This Product has a flat rate ground shipping rate of $30 per item. Additional oversized or overweight packages might have additional charges. You will be notified, prior to processing, of any additional surcharge and for your approval. The charge will be added at the time of processing your purchase. Your order will not be shipped until we receive your approval. This product cannot be shipped to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands. The shipping rate will be viewed on the checkout page. Efficient for deep water lake paddling with its classic long, narrow blade bringing canoeing back to its roots. With its long, slender blade shape, the Bending Branches Beavertail recreational canoe paddle is a terrific choice for lake paddling in deep water. This narrower - and longer - bladed paddle pulls smoothly through the water, and the length helps with sweep strokes. This straight shaft paddle is handcrafted in Osceola, Wisconsin using basswood and red alder. It has a symmetrical freestyle palm grip to give you the versatility you want and the quality and comfort you deserve. The Beavertail canoe paddle is available in lengths from 54 inches to 63 inches (in 3-inch increments). Blade Size 6.75 x 25 in.(17 x 63 cm.) Blade Red Alder Basswood Protection Partial Rockgard® Shaft Shaft Straight Material Solid Basswood Length 54" 57" 60" 63" Features Ovalized for Comfort Grip Freestyle Palm Grip More Specs Weight 22 oz. (624.00g) Weight Variation Due to the varied density of wood, all canoe paddles could have a +/- 10% variance in weight. Paddle weight is based on 54 inch measurements for straight shafts and 50 inch measurements for bent shafts. Longer blade for deeper waters.