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NRS PT Guide Paddle

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$69.95

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Built tough for the paddlers doing the toughest jobs, the NRS PT Guide Paddle is practically indestructible, while still having a light swing weight.
  • Large 7 3/4"W x 20"L blade is made of impact-resistant polycarbonate for long-term durability.
  • 1 1/4" high-tensile aluminum shaft, sheathed in rugged polyethylene, takes the punishment of heavy-duty use.
  • Comfortable T-grip handle for excellent paddle control.
  • Weight: 38 oz. at 60"
  • Sizes: 60", 63", 66", 69", 72"

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Blade Material: Polycarbonate
Blade Size: 19.7 cm W x 50.8 cm L  (7.75" W x 20" L)
Blade Shape: Symmetrical
Shaft Material: Polyethylene-covered high-tensile aluminum
Breakdown: No
Paddle Weight: 60"  is 38 oz  (1077 g)
Application:
  • Rafting

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  • NRS PT Guide Paddle

    Q:

    At 6'4 what size guide paddle do you recommend?
    Asked on 7/11/2014 by Brandon from United States

    3 answers

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Brandon, measure from floor to chin for a paddle length.

      Answered on 7/14/2014 by Kyle from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Guide paddles are much harder to determine what size a person really needs.
      For someone that is short they might want a longer paddle so they can get
      the paddle in the water. Longer paddles make it easier to control the boad
      as a guide. Someone that is tall they could go with a shorter paddle and
      be ok. Only because they have longer arms and are already at an advantage
      compared to sorter guides. Guide paddles are really all adout preference.

      Answered on 7/11/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I am 5'9 and prefer a 64-66" paddle
      At your height I'd say 72"
      Chris

      Answered on 7/11/2014 by Anonymous
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