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Responsive with a powerful catch for playboating and rivers.
- Three-fiber construction (carbon, Aramid, and fiberglass) braid shaft makes this paddle a stiffer alternative to AT Paddles' AT2 Superlight
- Unibody construction means that this paddle was formed as a single piece from start to finish
- Blade offset of 30 degrees offers powerful purchase and maximizes efficiency with each paddle stroke
- Large, contoured carbon braid blade has protective trim around the perimeter to protect it from abuse, and the lightweight foam core makes it buoyant
- Full control grip gives you the most secure handle on your shaft
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Beaten But Not Broken
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I picked up an AT2 3 years ago when I first began paddling. Since then I have thrashed this thing relentlessly and it perseveres. If you know anything about paddling in Bend, OR, you know that our local river flows right through a tremendous lava flow. All types of paddling gear meet their end on the Deschutes but after hundreds of trips down class 4+ my AT2 lives on.
Low Water Canyon Creek,WA
Kyle puts his AT2 Paddle to the test on this classic run at a seriously manky flow.
Not really worth what you pay.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I owned one for about six months used it regularly at the dam and pool pre season. Second river trip it went on it broke. Can't say I would recommend an AT paddle to anyone, none of my friends that own one are happy with them. Spend a bit more and buy a Werner if you want a carbon paddle. That being said AT were really efficient at getting me a refund.