Oars & Paddles
The SGG oar shaft flexes and rebounds like wood without the weight or need for maintenance. It effectively translates muscle energy into stroke power.
The Cataract X-Wound Oar Shafts have the same great durability and natural flex as the SGG shafts, while being lighter in weight to reduce rowing fatigue.
The SGX model is ideal for the boater who wants a stiffer, lighter, longer oar; it's 33% stiffer than the SGG oar shaft.
The Cataraft SSG Shaft with wrap & stop gives you the flex of wood without the weight or maintenance.
These Cataract SGG Oar Shafts have an internal counterbalance weight in the handle area. This offsets the weight of the blade and shaft past the oarlock for easy, low fatigue rowing.
Molded around a core of lightweight composite tubing making it light, strong and buoyant.
Now the blade insert has grooves along all edges so that it is easier to remove blade from shaft. High-quality composite blade.
Sharpen your oar setup with the Cataract™ Razor Oar Blade. With a carbon fiber skin, urethane edge guard and strengthened urethane core, this lightweight blade is as tough as it is sleek.
As lightweight, strong and durable as any Cataract® Oar, the Mini Magnum was designed specifically for kick boat and pontoon boat enthusiasts who refuse to compromise their rowing power.
Oars and blades are cumbersome to transport and store. The Cataract Oar Portage and Storage Bag holds up to three shafts and four blades in a convenient, easy-to-carry package.
Counterbalance Sleeves reduce fatigue when rowing long days. These powder-coated steel sleeves weigh 4 lbs each. Three set screws keep them in place.
These Set Screws are replacements for the ones that come with the Cataract Oar Shaft Counterweights.
The predictability of the symmetrical blade and identical front and back make this paddle ideal for raft guides.
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