Sawyer Standard Utility Oar

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$59.95 - $89.95

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The Sawyer Standard Utility Oar is an excellent choice for fishing pontoon boats and other small craft. There's just nothing like a wooden oar!
  • Laminated from specially selected straight grain Douglas Fir for a light, stiff and stable oar.
  • Blades have a slight crown for a smooth, controlled stroke.
  • Comes with rubber oar sleeve/stopper to protect the shaft from wear.
  • Finished with a sealer soak, plus two thick coats of the finest marine grade spar varnish.
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Shaft Diameter: 1 13/16" with the sleeve
Shaft Diameter: 1 1/2" bare shaft just below sleeve
Shaft Material: Douglas Fir
Blade Material: Douglas Fir
Blade Size: 5 1/2" W  x 24" L
Includes:
  • Rubber combination oar sleeve/stopper
Features:
  • Excellent choice for fishing pontoon boats and other small craft
  • Laminated from specially selected straight grain Douglas Fir for a light, stiff and stable oar
  • Blades have a slight crown

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    Q:

    How easy is it to move the oar sleeve and stopper if it is not in the exact location for my boat?

    Norm
    Asked on 4/29/2013 by Norm from Mount Airy Maryland

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      A:

      Norm, the oar sleeve/stopper is a friction fit, so it can be moved; you'll just have to work at it a bit.

      Answered on 4/29/2013 by Clyde from NRS
  • Sawyer Standard Utility Oar

    Q:

    what is the appropriate oar lock for this oar?
    Asked on 4/25/2013 by Eric

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      A:

      Our Superston oarlocks will work on the rubber sleeve/stopper. However, just below the sleeve the shaft narrows and the shaft will slip through the horns of the oarlock. You can squeeze the horns of the oarlocks closer together to prevent this. You can do this in a vice by slipping a pipe over a horn and bending it inward.

      Answered on 4/25/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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    Q:

    I have two pair of Sawyer oars that are wrapped beneath the collar. Two of the oars need new foam grips. Is it possible to replace just the foam grips? Thanks for your reply! :)
    Asked on 9/5/2012 by Bev from Wasilla, AK

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      A:

      Yes. We do not stock the Sawyer replacement grips but we can custom order them for you. The individual grips are $3 each. Or, a pair that comes in packaging, instructions and rope guides (not sure what those are) is $8. They'll be simple to replace. Just cut off the old and use a bit of heat and some hair spray to install. Call us at 800.635.5202 to place the order.

      Answered on 9/6/2012 by Clyde from NRS
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Sawyer Utility Oar - Review

By Norm

from Chesapeake Bay

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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Pros

  • Beautiful Tapered Design
  • Great Oar For The Price
  • Thin Blade Nicely Crowned

Cons

  • Final Finish Just Ok
  • Scuff Marks And Drips

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    Comments about Sawyer Standard Utility Oar:

    Oars used on a home built dinghy that turned out like a piece of fine furniture. I couldn't possibly use a lesser oar than the Sawyer. Its beautifully tapered and shaped in the Old School fashion. Sawyer could have taken more care in the finish. There were 3 or 4 black scuff marks in the wood that were varnished over. I fixed all that and added more coats of varnish.

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