Asymmetrical, slightly spooned blade design for surprising power in the water
Strong fiberglass-reinforced polypropylene blade construction
Push button takedown
14% glass-filled nylon ferrule
A great choice for an introductory recreational paddle, Carlisle® Magic Kayak Paddles give kayakers an efficient design with great reliability. The paddle's fiberglass-reinforced polypropylene blades feature an asymmetrical, slightly spooned shape that provides impressive power in the power. The paddle's durable anodized aluminum shaft provides a strong base for the lightweight, strong blades. The 14% glass-filled nylon ferrule is strong and tighter than ever. Push button take down. Made in USA.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MartyParty Excelent everything
Just got into my own Kayak. Needed a paddle. I chose this one for the good feedback and I couldn't agree more.
I'm 6', 200lbs. Not bragging but at first I thought I could make it bend or break. NOPE! I'm tough and this thing is just as tough.
Lightweight, very sturdy paddles like they said-no give, great price, couldn't be happier with my decision!
I will buy this as a second.
I recoment buying this!
June 12, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lando14 good
good quality for the price. assembly and take down is easy
January 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by RedfishMaster1 best paddle ive tried
I have four sets of theses they are worth the money. I have tried others but nothing compares to these.
July 28, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Paddlinfool Excellent all around paddle
I have used this paddle only once but found it to be a very good paddle for the price. I purchased the sunrise model at 220 cm from store recommendation, however, I would have been better off with the 230cm unit. My Kayak is an Ascend FST12 model that is 31 inches wide. Occasionally I would hit the carry handles on either side when paddling hard/fast. This was due more to incorrect motion than the length of paddle.
I performed several cardio runs where I paddled as hard and fast as I could and the paddle always felt secure and never starting to bend. I went in very shallow water about four inches and pushed off of rocks with no damage to paddle. It is still tight at the pushbutton.
I recommond this paddle.
July 8, 2012