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Great oar rights
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These work great if you want a plastic sleeve and rowing with oar rights. If you sinch them down tight, they don't spin. They are easy to remove though if you do want a feathering option. I've got a pair always in my rig bag.
Don't worry about your feather
I can see when feathering is nice but during power pulls save your grip strength for the pull and not preventing rotation.
heavy loads are better with oar rites
My sis in Moab
Used commercially on Colorado
Maybe its cause I'm not old school but these are a must with heavy loads. The only time didn't prefer these was on a paddle assist frame with paddlers. I never had a problem with these moving around or slipping when I didn't want them to. A benefit of these is when it is really windy and you want to feather you can pull the rite out of the oar lock, rotate the blade 180 degrees and you now have feathering oars with handles 6 inches or so closer to each other.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
bought them to use on my river boat. works great, you can worry about looking for fish and looking for Bonks, and not worry about blade angle and if you need to for finesse just pull in and turn
Locked and Loaded
I've heard the opposition, but I'm a big fan of putting my power where the push and pull needs to be, especially in the wilderness of Idaho.
Are these oar stops sold in pairs or as...
Are these oar stops sold in pairs or as singles? thanks
These are sold individually.
sometimes I wish they were sold in pairs, just so I would have an extra on board, but since you normally only carry one spare oar on most trips, it makes sense that they are sold individually.
I assume the L or S option means Large or...
I assume the L or S option means Large or Small. What size oars do these sizes apply to?
Large fits 1-7/8" Diameter Small fits 1-3/8" Diameter