Cataracts lightest blade yet, the Streamlite™ oar blade shares the same asymmetric, water-hugging shape Cutthroat rowers love for shallow water while shedding excess weight and maintaining all the muscle for ultimate performance. Whether you're running Class V or fishing your local river, the Streamlite will keep you rowing long after everyone else turns in for the day.
Weighing in at only 2.5 pounds, it's a half-pound lighter than the Cutthroat Blade and one of the lightest blades on the market.
As part of the weight savings, the blade has a carbon-fiber spindle, the reinforcing spline that runs through the blade.
Measuring 8.5" wide and 27.5" long, the Streamlite is shaped to put more of the blade's surface area underwater.
The asymmetrical shape is especially popular with fishermen maneuvering in late-season streams.
Grooved blade insert prevents silt buildup inside the oar shaft and makes removal easy.
The convenient push button locks the 1 5/8" diameter shank of the blade in Cataract, Carlisle and 1 7/8" OD Sawyer shafts, allowing quick, no-tool interchangeability.
Built tough for Cataract Oars SGG™, SGX™, X Wound™ and Streamlite™ shafts.
And like all Cataract blades, the Streamlite floats!