Magic Nylon IK paddle by Carlisle uses fiberglass reinforced nylon blades for a slightly stiffer, yet efficient stroke supported by an aluminum shaft.
Extender adds a foot of length to a Carlisle shaft. It has a spring-loaded push button that fits a Carlisle shaft. Reinforced to provide the same strength as a one-piece oar shaft. Coated in blue, red or yellow plastic to match your Carlisle oars.
Carlisles are the most popular rafting oars in America. They are economically priced, strong and maintenance free. Oar and blade shafts are made of tempered aluminum with plastic coatings. Blades fit into shafts with spring-loaded push-buttons.
Combination sleeve and stopper takes the place of an oar wrap on a Carlisle oar shaft. Sleeve slides on the shaft and tightens in place with a bolt and nut (included).
Convertible oar rights keep your oar blade in the right position for full-power strokes but also allow you to feather your oars.
Carlisle oars in 2-piece breakdown models are fitted for push-buttons at the breakdown joints, and snap together as easily as the blades snap in place.
Carlisle Economy paddles are 60″, 30 oz., with black blades and a bare aluminum shaft except for an 8″ poly hand grip above the blade. Oversized shipping charges apply on paddles 60″ and longer.
These are the most popular raft paddles in America. They have strong aluminum shafts, colored plastic blades and grips, and are 2 lengths and have full length plastic coatings on the shafts. Shafts are blue with white yellow blades and grips.
Carlisle Guide Paddle is a bigger and stronger version of the popular line of raft paddles, with big 8″ x 26″ blade and thicker tempered aluminum shaft, yellow blade and T-grip handle, blue shaft; 66″ Guide weighs 52 oz. Oversized shipping charges apply on paddles 60″ and longer.
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