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Shred Carbon Whitewater Paddle (out-of-stock)

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The Aquabound Shred carbon shaft paddle features an all new blade shape. With a little help from world champion kayaker Ken Whiting and friends, Aquabound has redesigned the Shred to complement all the changing kayaks on the market. The result is a blade shape with no flutter and lots of power. Not to mention it looks cool.

The Shred Carbon shaft comes with black blades that are made using the same polythalamide material as that found in the white blades on the Shred Aluminum, but they are reinforced with carbon fibres. What does this mean? As with the white blades - tough, but also a little stiffer and lighter. The black blades come with only carbon shafting.

Gender: Unisex
Weight: 34 oz (198cm)
Season: N/A
Vendor ProductId: AQ19648
Review ProductId: 2723

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Aquabound PaddlesShred Carbon Whitewater Paddle
 
4.0

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4.0

Good price, very light

By S

from Atlanta

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Pros

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Advanced Paddling Techniques
      • Day Trips

      Comments about Aquabound Paddles Shred Carbon Whitewater Paddle:

      One of the best pieces of advice I ever got about kayaking equipment a couple of decades ago when I started out was "buy the lightest paddle you can afford." This paddle is the lightest one around for the price, great for an all day trip. It gives decent control as well. My one unpleasant surprise when I got it (by mail order)was that the shaft was not indexed. Some people like it that way, but I prefer the feel of indexing as it gives me better control. I almost sent it back, but decided I could add indexing by purchasing a product called Gripz Pro. Now I really love my new paddle.

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      4.0

      Bang for your Buck

      By Brig

      from Chattanooga, TN

      About Me Sponsored Professional

      Staff Reviewer

      Pros

      • Affordable
      • Light
      • Powerful blade
      • Strong

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Creeking
        • River Running

        Comments about Aquabound Paddles Shred Carbon Whitewater Paddle:

        I was skeptical about this paddle, but it proved me wrong. Historically I've used full carbon bent shaft foam core paddles with good success. I was looking for a paddle that was reasonably priced for creeking only. The Shred didn't let me down, in fact I didn't think about it once. Great paddle for the money if you are a class II beginner or running the steeps.

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