Boardworks Dynal/Fiberglass Stand-Up Paddle

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If you're brave enough to step onto a stand-up paddleboard and let the river take you, then you'll need a strong, flexible paddle to help steer you around objects and into those fantastically fun rapids. The Boardworks Dynal/Fiberglass Stand-Up Paddle helps you steer and push so you don't hit rocks or puncture your blow-up on a downed tree. The durable Dynal blade resists fracture when you push off of rocks, the oval-shaped shaft lets you keep a firm grip, and the fiberglass flexes just enough to stay in one piece through the swiftwater.
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Here is the video on instructions to cut down a paddle, as well as some written steps.
1) Purchase some two-part epoxy. You can find it in your local drug or hardware store; the kind that comes in a syringe works well.
2) Cut the paddle two inches shorter than the desired finished length (because the handle is two inches).
3) Smooth the cut edge with sandpaper (be careful because carbon splinters are painful).
4) Mix a small amount of two-part epoxy and wet both the inside of the shaft and the part of the outside of the handle to be inserted into the shaft.
5) Insert the handle.
6) Wipe off any excess and allow to dry.

Kyle at Backcountry.com on 06/04/2013

I use this paddle a lot in Rivers and the Dynal blade really takes a beating. The wide catch of the paddle blade gives excellent power per stroke. The fiberglass shaft adds to the power with a good natural flex and a solid response. Because this paddle is so durable I end up using it most of the time.

brian felse at Backcountry.com on 04/03/2012

Bought this for my wife and she found the paddle too heavy. The blade had a "dull" feel in the water and the shaft was too flexible. Since she only paddles wide flatwater, this was not for her. It looks perfect for folks doing rivers and "rock gardens" (seems very tough).

dekp26117 at Backcountry.com on 09/14/2012