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Laminated Boat Oars

   

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6'

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  • $44.99

  • SKU: 423401

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6-1/2'

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  • $46.99

  • SKU: 423402

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7'

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  • SKU: 423403

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7-1/2'

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  • Laminated construction
  • Smooth varnish finish
  • Lightweight
Laminated for greater strength and durability. Oar is properly shaped and balanced with a smooth varnish finish. Lightweight and includes red Caviness® power-grip. Priced per piece.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great oars for the price. Haven't had a chance to use them much, but they are sturdy. I'm sure they will last a few years. May 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT REPLACEMENT Oars are great looking and are a well made replacement for my old fishing boat. Bought to use for backup only if trolling motor or batteries quit. Solid built with rubberized hand grips. May 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by they work! perfect and inexpensive. Great for smallish lakes in a john boat. If they last 3+ years of moderate use, they will be great -- and there is no reason to think they would not last this long and much more. July 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Exceeded Expectations I purchased 7.5 foot laminate wooden oars. First of all, Bass Pro was the only place I could find that length oar at a reasonable price. The price was very competitive, the shipping was timely and upon using the oars they exceeded my expectations. I would purchase them again and would recommend them to anyone needing that length oar. August 31, 2010
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A formula was designed for this, (1/2 beam (distance between oarlocks) x 3 + 6" = oar length).
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Curious of the diameter of the oar shafts so that i can order the correct oarlocks with the oars.
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oars and oarlocks are all a standard size. One size fits all. The length is what matters.
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The oar shaft is 1 3/8" diameter.
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I'm not sure how to determine what length to use. But, I have a deep hull 10' fishing boat and I ordered 5' oars. I think I should have ordered longer ones. They need to reach the water at the right angle. If they are too short it will be difficult to pull the oars through the water.
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If it's a short and wide dinghy you will be slow, no matter what oar length. Like guys noted, too long oars will hit you in the belly or you will hit the bottom rocks. So get 5ft or 5.5ft oars.
OTH, in efficient boat the formula is 0.5B*25/7 where B is beam width. Round up to the next 6" in boat longer than 10ft or round down in boat 10ft or shorter. Some people prefer over-lapped grip and then paddles should be 6" longer. Hope this helps.
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In the case of a set of oars as for a rowboat, You should be able to find a formula online that will tell you how long the oars need to be.

The factors are the width of the boat between the oarlocks and the height of the oarlocks above the waterline.

If the oars are too long, they will be unwieldy and if they are too short the person rowing will have to pull at an awkward angle.

I have less experience with canoe paddles, but what was said previously sounds right, it depends upon your height and the posture from which you will be paddling. If you sometimes paddle sitting on a thwart seat but paddle in a kneeling posture at other times you might actually need two paddles of different lengths.
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In my case, an oar too long hits me in the stomach. Really a personal preference.
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There are several reasons -one is your height, the size of the canoe or row boat, depth of water. You use the size that fits the user and the purpose. IF you are 5' and paddling a small canoe in shallow water you would use a different paddle than if you were rowing a large canoe
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