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Carlisle Outfitter Blade Assembly

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The blade for your heavy-duty shaft.

Attach the Carlisle Outfitter Blade Assembly to your Extra Heavy Duty Rafting Oar (sold separately) and hop in your river raft. Carlisle made sure the glass-filled synthetic blade has full-length reinforcement to withstand rough conditions. Of course, a blade that feels like cement at the end of a stick isn’t helpful, which is why Carlisle kept the Outfitter Blade lightweight. At the end of your trip, simply remove the blade from your shaft for easy storage.
  • Item #CLL0010

Tech Specs

Blade Material
glass-filled synthetic
Blade Length
26 in
Blade Width
6.5 in
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

Tech Specs

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Great all purpose blade

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

great blade, I run them with my 13" fishing raft and they do the job. My home river is the gunnison in CO which is a really bony river and they hold nicely.

Great blades!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Nice blades - a staple on my boats. Nice priced, good tough blades that won't let you down. Of course if you put them between a rock and a river the river will win and bust them, but they are a good blade. Two thumbs up.

Bomber standard

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These blades are the standard go to for a reason. They are bomber and cost effective. Until I have a real job and can afford fancy carbon oars these will be the go to.

Durable and economical

    Used these blades when working for a commercial outfitter on the Colorado. These are pretty big blades that give you a lot of purchase (may be a little rough on your body if not conditioned). There were pretty durable but a couple guides I worked with had a couple shark bites in their blades (usually from rigging and derigging). I never saw a blade break but saw a few bent oar shafts. Economical and if you break a blade or bend an oar these are replaceable/detachable. There are nicer stuff out there but not at this price.

    Do ;you have 8 1/2 foot with the blade in...

    Do ;you have 8 1/2 foot with the blade in the Carlile Oar? I heard Carlile went out of business, I run a beach in NJ and always used Carlie's and can't find them. We row fiberglass Asay's.