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DIG Stand Up Paddle

 
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Paddle Info

Brand
Stride

1515 Harding RD
Blacksburg
VA 24060
USA

Phone: +1 703 297 7365

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Paddle Environment
  • Lakes
  • Oceans
  • Rivers
  • Surf
Paddle Type(s)
SUP
Model Year
2010
Recommended Retail Price
USD 329
Available Lengths
152-211 cm
Shaft Material(s)
Carbon
Blade Material(s)
Carbon
The DIG carbon bamboo paddle makes for an incredible stand up paddleboarding paddle, canoe paddle, and outrigger paddle.
The DIG is specifically design to maximize the power of your stoke through a slightly spoon shaped blade design. In every way the DIG is a high performance paddle with a foam core carbon T-Grip, hollow carbon shaft, and a carbon blade with a bambo composite accent. All of this makes the DIG a one of a kind paddle.

Technical Specification:
Shaft Material: Carbon with hollow core
Shaft Length: Custom cut to your size
Grip Material: Carbon with foam core
Grip Design: Smooth palm grip design.
Blade Material: Carbon and bamboo composite with a foam core

Choosing the right length paddle?
The DIG is custom cut for any size that you prefer to have. A good rule of thumb for choosing the right paddle length is to choose a length that is 8 inches longer than you are tall for wave surfing and paddling whitewater rivers. A length that is 10 inches taller than you are will be better for flatwater paddling and racing. Choosing a paddle length is personal preferance and the rule of thumb advice above is just to point first time paddlers in the right direction. Feel free to contact Stride at any time to have any questions answer regarding the length of the paddle that you would like.

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