Aqua Bound Manta Ray 2-Piece Carbon Paddle Straight Shaft

Priced: $179.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Aqua Bound Manta Ray 2-Piece Carbon Paddle Straight Shaft
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A carbon shaft and carbon blades keep the Aqua-Bound Manta Ray Carbon 2-Piece Paddle super light as you train for the next adventure race. Not into races? That’s cool—the Manta Ray blasts through coastal waves and slices smoothly through the water on your fitness paddles too.

Features:

  • Cross-sectional shape provides strong bite with each stroke (think tight turns and quick response) and helps you link strokes smoothly
  • Two-piece design makes the Manta Ray travel-friendly
  • Dihedral means the blade angles so that water flows easily off the blade during your forward strokes, which minimizes flutter
  • Slightly bigger blade (than the Aqua-Bound Sting Ray) for aggressive paddlers with high-angle strokes
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Reviews:

This paddle rocks. I gave it to my wife for her birthday replacing her old aluminum shafted Manta Ray. Now I have to work my tail off to keep up with her AND she doesn't find it fatiguing. Previously I easily out paddled her (using my aluminum Manta) despite being in a rec boat to her touring boat.

JG at Backcountry.com on 10/28/2011