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Aqua-Bound Sting Ray Aluminum Paddle - 2-Piece Snap-Button

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Shaft Material
aluminum
Blade Material
fiberglass reinforced nylon abXII
Overall Length
200cm, 210cm, 220cm, 230cm, 240cm
Blade Length
18in
Blade Width
6.25in
Blade Area
87sq in
Shaft Shape
straight
Shaft Profile
round
Feather Angle
0°, 60°
Two-Piece
yes, button
Paddling Style
low-angle
Claimed Weight
2lb 4.3oz
Recommended Use
recreational paddling

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>Rating: 4

Aqua bound Sting Ray aluminum

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I’ve put some nautical miles on this paddle over the last few years, from the coast of Maine to the Potomac, if nothing else the durability has impressed me. Breaks down to small enough and no problems with the attachment points. The aluminum means more weight and the plastic blades have some noticeable flex to them, but that all comes with the price point. If you don’t want to drop a car payment on your paddle or just need a beater to take the heat off your carbon fiber this is the one for you.

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Sting Ray Series from Aqua-Bound

The Sting Ray series of kayak paddles is the best selling, most renowned family of paddles in all of kayaking. Across the board, they're the lightest paddles at their respective price points on the market. They're short on weight but not quality, as Aqua-Bound is known worldwide for their ability to injection-mold the highest quality, most durable blades. Lightweight, durable, smart, and affordable... Meet the Sting Ray series from Aqua-Bound! A product of Osceola, Wisconsin, USA.

>Rating: 4

Box o' Paddles

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Working in Valdez AK as a sea kayak guide, we had a box of these paddles and used them for our clients. They get the paddling done well, but they stand up to anything and everything we put them through. The only losses came from boyscouts who didn't understand the concept of a high-tide line. The paddles stood up to rocks, ice, and beaches day in and day out. They are definitley not the lightweight paddle, but for durability, they take the cake.