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The tough, lightweight Sawyer 7" Wide DyneLite™ Oar Blade enters the water cleanly and gives you a powerful stroke. A fishermen's favorite.
  • The wood core provides outstanding strength while keeping weight down.
  • A tough carbon fiber skin covers the wood core for a thin, no-flex profile.
  • Sawyer guards the edges of the blade with abrasion-resistant Dynel™ material to repel nicks and shark bites.
  • The blade tip has a 1" wide wrap-around Dynel/Kevlar band to battle rocks.
  • The thin profile ensures a smooth, quiet entry that fishermen love.
  • At only 2.3 pounds, this blade reduces the oar's swing weight to help prevent rowing fatigue.
  • Blade fits in all 1 5/8" Sawyer, Cataract and Carlisle oar shafts and secures with the Sawyer twist-up locking peg.

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Weight: 2.3 lbs
Blade Material: Douglas Fir with a carbon fiber overlay
Blade Size: 7" W  x 30" L
Features:
  • 1" wide wrap-around Dynel/Kevlar band Dynel™ blade tip
  • The wood core provides outstanding strength while keeping weight down
  • Tough carbon fiber skin covers the wood core for a thin, no-flex profile
  • Thin profile ensures a smooth, quiet entry that fishermen love
  • Blade fits in all 1 5/8" Sawyer, Cataract and Carlisle oar shafts and secures with the Sawyer twist-up locking peg

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  • Sawyer Wide DyneLite Oar Blade

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    Will the blade float when left in the water while drifting?
    Asked on 3/30/2013 by Beav from Maine

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    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes it will float on the drift.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 3/30/2013 by chillabis from missoula
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Sawyer Wide DyneLite Oar Blade
 
4.3

(based on 4 reviews)

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75%

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Pros

  • Good control (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

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      5.0

      Great light weight oar blade

      By Steelfisher

      from Oregon

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Good Control
      • Strong

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Sawyer Wide DyneLite Oar Blade:

          I've been using these Oar blades paired with cataract ssg shafts for 3 seasons of guiding out of a driftboat. I am very happy with the purchase and would certainly buy these again. Are they indestructible? No. But they will last a long time when used in the correct manner. Personally, I would consider drifting sideways with your oars on the water a bad idea in general.

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          2.0

          Dont use near rocks

          By Norm

          from McKenzie Bridge, OR

          About Me Advanced

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Adjustable
          • Comfortable Shaft
          • Good Control

          Cons

          • Flimsy

          Best Uses

            Comments about Sawyer Wide DyneLite Oar Blade:

            Dynelite blades will break if it hits straight on to a rock. I was drifting sideways, hit a rock straight, and the blade broke in two. You would think that I would learn - this happened with two different blades, two days in a row. The force was not enough to knock the oar out of my hand, it felt like a slight bump. I would not recommend this blade in rocky rivers, the price is too great for the durability. The break was a clean break across the width of the blade. These blades are durable if you hit a rock sideways while rowing, there is a major flaw in design that allows it to break quite easily with a straight on hit.

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            5.0

            Like'm

            By Alsea Fisher

            from Oregon

            About Me Casual/ Recreational

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Minimizes Fatigue

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • River Running

              Comments about Sawyer Wide DyneLite Oar Blade:

              I use them when drift fishing, sold my previous boat that had them, the newer one I got didn't have them, until my recent purchase at NRS.

              To me they are a must have when rowing a drift boat all day.

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              • No
               
              5.0

              nicest blades on the market

              By chillabis

              from missoula

              About Me Advanced

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Good Control
              • Minimizes Fatigue
              • Pro blades

              Cons

              • Scratch easily

              Best Uses

              • I dunno How bout 7d MFS
              • River Running

              Comments about Sawyer Wide DyneLite Oar Blade:

              Not cheap, but hey it's your life and your boat so it's worth it right- no splitting, light, stiff, gorgeous when wet in the sunlight.
              A+

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