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Feather Brand Boat or Canoe Paddle

   

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3-1/2'

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  • $15.99

  • SKU: 184562

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4'

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  • $16.99

  • SKU: 184566

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4-1/2'

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  • $18.99

  • SKU: 184567

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5'

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  • $20.99

  • SKU: 184569

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5-1/2'

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  • $23.99

  • SKU: 184570

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3'

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  • $14.99

  • SKU: 184557

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This Feather Brand® Boat or Canoe quality Paddle features a comfortable, contoured handle with grip-type palm, laminated blade for strength and durability, and wedge insert for added durability. Approximate blade width: 6''. Oval shaft measures 1-1/4'' x 1''. Shaft orientation: parallel.

  • Ergonomic, contoured handle
  • Laminated blade for added strength
  • Wedge insert
Boat or Canoe Paddle 4.3 5 21 21
Boat Paddles Purchased 2 paddles for $30/each. Great price, good quality paddles - using for decorations. Love them and the price. No complaints. June 20, 2012
Well worth it I ordered these taking a chance on them, being a little skeptical about them with the price being so low. They arrived in just a couple days, all three together. The finish is a little rough on the tops, but not so bad as to hurt your hands. My 12 yr old and 9 yr old had no complaints about the roughness. They are light weight, not causing fatigue from using them for a couple hours. They move the canoe along fine. They aren't fast, but they get the job done. Even when the kids got tired of paddling and I was the only one paddling the one did a fine job. April 9, 2012
replacement item The paddle is currently in the brackets in my boat and will only be used when I need to move the boat without using the motor. The paddle appears to be fine , but since I have not used it I cannot say for sure how well it will do the job. August 6, 2011
Good product This is a good oar for our children because it is more narrow and lightweight. We prefer the wood for it's durability. Look forward to lots of fun with it! July 13, 2011
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Also, I'm not sure whether canoe length or body size is more relevant when choosing a paddle size. I'm 5'10'' and 180 lbs.
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 - Boca Raton, FL
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You want to size the paddle to you, not the canoe. To get the proper size you want to sit in the canoe and measure from the ground to your nose. Add a couple inches to that and that is the size you want. I'm 5'10 and use a 5 ft paddle. Depending on if you want to go fast or have greater maneuverability will be the deciding factor in blade design.
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I suggest measuring from the floor to your nose to get your paddle length.

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I would suggest atleast a 4ft paddle. Something shorter and you may be reaching for the water a little too often straining your back. Think about where your sitting and how far from the water you would be.
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Paddle should reach from the floor to your chin.
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