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Carlisle K1 Standard One-Piece Paddle


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One-piece standard K1 paddle with thick-walled shafts and heavy-duty plastic blades. Choose the blade color of your choice, the shafts come in blue only.
  • This paddle comes as three pieces (two blades, one shaft), but wedge together to form a one-piece paddle that does not separate. This allows you to customize the angle of your blades.
  • This economical paddles intended use is for inflatable and recreational kayaks.

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Blade Material: Polyethylene
Blade Size: 20 cm W x 50.8 cm L  (8" W x 20" L)
Blade Shape: Symmetrical
Shaft Material: Aluminum encased with polypropylene
Shaft Shape: Straight
Feather: Any degree
Breakdown: No
Control: Right or left hand
Small Shaft Stocked: No
Weight: 8'  is 56 oz  (1588 g)
  • Whitewater - river running
  • Whitewater/Touring - crossover
  • Blades can be adjusted on shaft for any degree of feather
  • Shaft is 1-piece with 2 blades that are removeable
  • Shaft is 1" diameter
  • 7'length=213cm
  • 8'length=244cm

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  • Carlisle K1 Standard One-Piece Paddle


    Are the paddle blades curved at all?
    Asked on 9/26/2014 by Matt from Jacksonville FL

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    • Staff Reviewer


      No, Matt, the blades are parallel with the shaft, not curved.

      Answered on 9/27/2014 by Clyde from NRS


      The paddles blades on the Carlisle K-1 are straight, no curve.

      Answered on 9/27/2014 by Anonymous
  • Carlisle K1 Standard One-Piece Paddle


    What is the best way to get the blade on the shaft? Just jam it in there or heat up the blade first etc.?
    Asked on 6/10/2013 by DMHansen from Denver, CO

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    • Staff Reviewer


      The blades are simply a pressure fit. Slide the first blade on and tap against a solid surface to push the blade onto the shaft. Now, before tapping the second blade on be sure to set the offset, or feather, the way you want it; the blades stick on there pretty securely and aren't easy to remove.

      Answered on 6/10/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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