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Insanity Fiberglass Swift Adjustable

 
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Insanity Fiberglass Swift Adjustable

Paddle Info

Brand
Kialoa

P.O. Box 5626
Bend
OR 97708
USA

Phone: +1 541-382-5355

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Paddle Environment
  • Lakes
  • Oceans
  • Rivers
  • Surf
  • Whitewater
Paddle Type(s)
SUP
Model Year
2015
Shaft Material(s)
Carbon
Blade Material(s)
Fiberglass
The whitewater SUP scene continues to evolve but one constant remains - the need for highly durable equipment. The Insanity Fiberglass Swift features a Fiberglass Fibrlite™ blade. The durability and impact resistance of these blades is unmatched while offering light weight, stiff and high performance feel. Utilizing post manufacturing (pre-baby) diaper scraps, these are the first high performance blades using recycled material.

We combine this blade with an extremely light, durable and responsive Hi-Vis™ carbon shaft and top it with our 6” Utili-T™ insert which offers 6” of travel with a Rubberized ABS T-Grip for performance paddlers who want to adjust length on the fly. Choose Small or Large blade to meet your power needs.


Specs

Shaft:
• Handle: Rubberized ABS 6" Utili-T™
• Shaft Material: Hi-Vis™ Carbon
• Shaft Shape: Round
• Total Paddle Weight: 22 oz

Regular Blade Size:
• Surface Area: 91 sq in
• Blade Width: 8"
• Blade Length: 16 1/2"
• Blade Material: Fiberglass and Recycled Fibrlite™
• Blade Angle: 10 degree
• Blade Color: Blue, Blue Tapa

Small Blade Size:
• Surface Area: 83 sq in
• Blade Width: 7 1/8"
• Blade Length: 16 1/2"
• Blade Material: Fiberglass and Recycled Fibrlite™
• Blade Angle: 10 degree
• Blade Color: Blue, Blue Tapa


Features and Benefits
Top
• Carbon Ergo-T™ Grip provides the greatest level of control and allows for a relaxed hand position.
• 6” Utili-T™ insert for personal length adjustment.

Shaft
• Durable and responsive Hi-Vis™ carbon shaft with optimized flex for whitewater.
• Carbon shaft has the highest energy transfer during the paddle stroke.
• Offers the highest strength to weight ratio.

Blade
• Choose Small or Large blade to fit your power needs.
• Fiberglass Fibrlite™ blade for unmatched impact resistance.
• PowerARC™ blade profile for a solid catch.

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