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Sawyer Pro Stick Paddle

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$139.95

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The ultimate whitewater guide paddle, the Sawyer Pro Stick™ is built to take on the biggest water and the toughest abuse.
  • This paddle's beautiful craftsmanship makes it stand out on the water.
  • A comfortable T-grip tops a super strong carbon fiber-reinforced fiberglass shaft.
  • The tough-as-nails 7" x 23" blade is built to take the harshest abuse the river can dish out.
  • A laminated wood core keeps the blade light, while the fiberglass overlay, Dynel™ fiber edging and Dynel-Kevlar® tip provide its legendary durability.
  • The Sawyer Pro Stick - perfect for big paddlers and big water.

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More Information

Grip: Hot Dog grip
Blade Material: Fiberglass-reinforced wood
Blade Size: 17.8 cm W x 58 cm L  (7" W x 23" L)
Blade Shape: Symmetrical
Shaft Shape: Straight
Breakdown: No
Paddle Weight:  is 48 oz  (1361 g)
Application:
  • Rafting
Features:
  • Dynel Tough Edge
  • Dynel and Kevlar Pro-Tip
  • Comfortable T-grip tops a super strong carbon fiber-reinforced wood shaft

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  • Sawyer Pro Stick Paddle

    Q:

    Hi there is it just the yellow pro stick you have or any of the other designs? Thanks
    Asked on 5/5/2014 by Muke from Scotland

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    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      This is the only one we stock, but we can order the other designs. Give us a call, 800.635.5202, to order.

      Answered on 5/6/2014 by Clyde from NRS
  • Sawyer Pro Stick Paddle

    Q:

    I am 5' 7 1/2 and my arm length is 24 inches from my arm pit to my first set of knuckles. What size canoe paddle should I order. Does the length matter for a off set blade paddle.
    Asked on 2/13/2013 by Gene

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Sawyer Pro Stick Paddle
 
4.0

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        2.0

        Coping grabs rocks

        By Dan

        from Glens Falls, NY

        Verified Reviewer

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              Comments about Sawyer Pro Stick Paddle:

              Coping on the blade grabs rocks which causes the blade to get its edge sheared off. Also, the yellow on yellow color is bland. Expensive for a paddle you only get a couple of years of use out of. I had to repair it already once for the same reason, which threw the balance off a bit. I thought I was buying a higher quality product.

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              5.0

              Awesome paddle

              By Jeremy

              from Summit County, Colorado

              About Me Advanced

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              Pros

              • Comfortable Shaft
              • Comfortable T Grip
              • Good Control

              Cons

              • Slightly Heavy

              Best Uses

              • Advanced Paddling Techniques
              • Day Trips
              • River Running

              Comments about Sawyer Pro Stick Paddle:

              This paddle is by far the best I have owned. Handles great, and it feels great in the water. The blade has a strong reinforced tip, which is great for low water and when you need to push off rocks. I picked this paddle up last season and it was the best purchase I had made, besides maybe my lil suckers beverage holders. Looking forward to a big water year with my guidestick.

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              5.0

              Nice Paddle

              By NWRS certified member

              from oregon

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                    Comments about Sawyer Pro Stick Paddle:

                    This is a great paddle. it is alittle on the heavy side, but it is bomb proof. Nice size blade and great workman ship. Great value for the money. This paddle will not break on you.

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                    4.0

                    thumbs up on pro stick

                    By Forks man

                    from Maine

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Cool shaft
                    • Sturdy construction

                    Cons

                    • Heavy

                    Best Uses

                    • Raft guides paddle

                    Comments about Sawyer Pro Stick Paddle:

                    Bought for rafting.
                    Great paddle for the price

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                    4.0

                    buy it if your looking for quality

                    By Dan

                    from Maryland

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Comfortable Shaft
                    • Good Control
                    • Minimizes Fatigue

                    Cons

                    • Small blade

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Sawyer Pro Stick:

                      very light but very strong design. the protected bottom edge of the blade is grate for low water and pushing off rocks. if i ever have to get another paddle it will be it's twin.

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