Paddle In Our Compay

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In Our Company, We Only Make Fiberglass And Carbon Fiber Paddles.

Paddles Commonly Used In Canoe Consist Of A Fiberglass Or Carbon Fiber Shaft With A Handle On One End And A Blade On The Other End.

Paddles For Use In Kayaks Are Longer, With A Blade On Each End, They Are Handled From The Middle Of The Shaft.

Kayak Paddles Having Blades In The Same Plane Are Called "Un-Feathered." Paddles With Blades In Different Planes Are Called "Feathered". Feathered Paddles Are Measured By The Degree Of Feather,Such As 30, 45, 60 Or Even 90 degrees. The Shaft Is Normally Straight But In Some Cases A 'Crank' Is Added With The Aim Of Making The Paddle More Comfortable And Reducing Strain On The Wrist.

Our Paddles Varies In Length, For Stronger People, Taller people, And People Using A Wider Kayak,Longer Paddle Will be Better Fit. Blades Vary In Size And Shape. A Blade With A Larger Surface Area May Be Desirable For A strong Person With Good Shoulder Joints,For A Weaker Person Or A Person With Less Than Perfect Shoulder Joints,A Smaller Surface Area Will Be A Better Choose.