Usage: suitable for the young camper 8 and older
Grip: 3 ply laminated basswood, pear shape
Shaft: solid basswood, oval, 1 1⁄8” x 1 1⁄16”
Blade: 3 ply, laminated basswood
Blade Cross Section Style: convex
Tip Material & Style: casting epoxy, straight
Finish: high gloss exterior polyurethane with UV block
This product is made in Canada
This item is oversized and incurs a surcharge when shipping.
|Shaft Length:||30 ½”||32 ½”||34 ½”|
|Blade Length:||21 ½”||23 ½”||25 ½”|
|Blade Width:||5 ¾”||5 7⁄8”||6”|
|Blade Area (sq in):||80||90||100|
|Average Weight (oz):||18||20||22|
Sizing your Recreational Paddle
Regardless of the model of straight or bent shaft paddle you have selected, the overall length should be determined by the shaft length from the top of the grip to the throat of the paddle.
The following formula applies: the shaft length should equal the distance from ones shoulder to the water line of the canoe. This will allow you to paddle below your eyes with your upper hand while keeping your lower hand close to the throat.
To determine the approximate length sit erect on a flat hard chair or the floor and measure the distance from the surface to your chin. Add 6” for the approximate distance the canoe seat would be from the waterline. Thus a person whose chin to chair measurement is 26” would add 6” to arrive at a 32” shaft length. Looking at the specifications of Grey Owl's various models you would find that you would probably use a 50” Touring Bent Shaft, a 54” Voyageur or a 56” Chieftain. A one or two inch variation would not have much effect in usage so try for the closest shaft length for the model chosen. Remember to consider that canoe seat heights vary as might a ‘comfort range’ that you might feel more suited to.
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