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Brand
Hala

PO Box 771685
Steamboat Springs
CO 80487
USA

Phone: +1 970-439-0047

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Paddle Environment
  • Lakes
  • Oceans
Paddle Type(s)
SUP
Model Year
2017
Weight
1.2lbs | 588G
Shaft Material(s)
Carbon
Blade Material(s)
  • Fiberglass
  • Plastic
Our lightest and stiffest option, this cut-to-fit paddle is perfect for flatwater and touring. You’ll fly across the water with a powerful and lightweight carbon shaft. Use the lightweight carbon t-grip for extreme agility or opt for the 6” adjustable LeverLock handle for additional versatility. A 7 Ply CFRT Fiberlite™ Grafik blade is tough and performance focused. This elite paddle gives you a tool custom for you to carve out your adventures just the way you like ‘em.

Paddle Tech Details – We’re obsessed to deliver the best!

• Cut-To-Fit Carbon Shaft
Cut this paddle to your specific size for reduced weight compared to an adjustable paddle. For the cleanest cut, we recommend using a tile saw.

• Lightweight Handle
Use the fixed carbon-t grip handle with reinforced glue for the lightest option. Or, opt for more versatility and use the 6” adjustable LeverLock for adaptability within your cut-to-fit.

• LeverLock Adjustable Handle
The adjustable LeverLock handle is easy to set int place and won’t budge for maximum bracing and supreme stability. Fit it to your adventure or maneuver it to share with friends and family.

• 7 Ply CFRT Fiberlite™ Grafik Blade
Our CFRT (Continuous Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic) Fiberlite™ blades give you 7 layers that have the durability of fiberglass and the impact resistance of reinforced plastic for high performance.

• No-Sink Paddle
Designed to keep water out and float all day long. You can feel confident you won’t lose your paddle on the water.

Cut-To-Fit
A cut-to-fit paddle is ideal in two situations – racing and single-discipline.

If you are a racer, you shed every ounce of extra weight out of your paddle to increase your performance. The extra equipment necessary for an adjustable paddle adds to the weight of the paddle overall. Go with a cut-to-fit paddle if weight is the most important factor in choosing a paddle.

If you only are using this paddle for a single discipline (lakes only, for instance) then you may not require adjustability either.

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