Rafts & Paddling Gear
Oars & Oarlocks

Oar Pins and Clips Sets


Product Details

The NRS Pins and Clips keep your oar blades set in the best position for a no-miss, powerful stroke. Heavy-duty components give you years of trouble-free performance. Pins and Clips take the worry out of rowing your boat, even in the wildest whitewater. This system is very quiet, making it great for fisherman. The pins are end-threaded heavy-duty 5/8" steel, held in place with a nylon-insert lock nut. A molded rubber safety bumper on top of the pin protects against injury. The clip is rugged powder-coated steel for long-term durability. Replaceable PVC bushings that fit on the pin give a snug, quiet fit for the pin/clip pivot point. The clip is held on the oar shaft with two heavy-duty stainless steel hose clamps for a no-mar attachment. Oar Stirrups, sold separately, are recommended for preventing oars from getting away if the clip pops off the pin in heavy maneuvering. The 9" model has a 3 1/2" PVC bushing that orients the oar above the oar mount at approximately the same height as an open oarlock. The 12" model has 1", 2" and 3 1/2" bushings, allowing you to adjust the oar height. Don't forget your spare oar clip, and it's wise to carry a spare pin assembly in your repair kit.

Price : $49.95


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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