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Sawyer Square Top DyneLite Oar with Wrap & Stop


Product Details

The extremely light, smooth-rowing Sawyer SquareTop(TM) Oar has been proven in challenging whitewater. A direct descendent of Sawyer's wooden oars, you'll love rowing this updated classic. The SquareTop Oar combines the best features of time-tested wooden oars and modern composite technology. It's light, responsive, and it floats. The wooden shaft features the same laminated construction that has made Sawyer Light(TM) oars the first choice of professional dory and drift boat guides. Progressive Flex(TM) design delivers a natural feeling and positive rebound by way of a strategically tapered shaft. The solid laminated Douglas Fir piece of wood extending the full length of the oar gives you a tough, yet flexible, oar. The thicker square top forms a natural counterweight to balance out the oar's swing weight. A carbon-fiber composite braid extends from the square top down to the DyneLite(TM) Blade. The blade is not removable. The carbon-fiber braid allows a smaller diameter, lighter shaft to have the strength of a much thicker, heavier oar. A wood core and carbon fiber overlay give the DyneLite blade an excellent strength-to-weight ratio. Dynel/Kevlar ProTip is super abrasion resistant and protective.

Price : $329.95


Oars Checklist

Get the Right Size : Read the Oar Guide to make sure you get the right size paddle. How long of a paddle you get depends on both personal preference and the size of the raft.
Oarlocks or Pin & Clips? : Each of their goods and bads. Read the Guide to Oars for more information if unsure what to get.
Protect Your Oars! Consider getting a oar tip protector. Tip protectors help protect the oar from chips and cracks.
Wood or Fiberglass? Wood paddles look great and work great, too. But they aren't as light as fiberlass. They are also more expensive.
Don't Be Adrift Without a Spare : Even the best of oars can break or simply "get lost" while afloat. As such, be sure to have a spare oar when out floating.

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