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AT Paddles AT2 Superduty Carbon Paddle - Bent Shaft


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    • One Color, 191cm R30
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    Heaven in hand for the most punishing paddlers.

    This is the mack daddy, the power stick of the pros, and the choice of whitewater rodeo clowns with a taste for nothing but the best. Fully carbon and strong as an ox, the AT Paddles AT2 Superduty Whitewater Paddle never backs down. Stuff it in a churning hole, drag it through ripping hydraulics, or ease it down the run of a river all day—the Superduty Paddle will do it all. Blade to body, this is one tough paddle.
    • Carbon & Aramid braid shaft is lightweight, flexible, and supremely durable
    • Unibody construction means that this paddle was formed as a single piece from start to finish
    • Cutaway asymmetrical shaft design allows your grip to stay natural instead of super-tight
    • 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
    • Item #ATP0014

    Tech Specs

    Shaft Material
    carbon aramid braid
    Blade Material
    carbon braid with Dynell protected trim, urethane foam core
    Overall Length
    191 cm, 194 cm, 197 cm, 200 cm
    Blade Area
    710 sq cm
    Shaft Shape
    Full Control Grip (bent)
    Feather Angle
    30 deg
    Claimed Weight
    40.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    aggresive whitewater
    Manufacturer Warranty
    (shaft) limited lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Lightweight but Trustworthy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I picked up an AT2 Superduty because I needed something that would be easier on my shoulder that's seen two reconstructive surgeries. Prior to the AT2 I was using an AT4 that was much heavier, stiffer, and had much larger blades.
    The AT2 is great; the smaller blades and subtle flex seriously reduce the stress on my shoulder, and the low weight definitely reduces fatigue in flat sections of river.
    I still have the AT4 as a backup, but the Superduty is absolutely my go-to for just about any water with the exception of very boney rivers. I haven't had any issues with the Superduty's durability, but I'm much more comfortable scraping my way over rocks with the fiberglass AT4.