Bending Branches Sunrise GS Kayak Paddle 2017

Bending Branches Sunrise GS Kayak Paddle 2017, Green, 600
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The Sunrise Kayak Paddle with the Fiberglass shaft is ultimate paddle for the recreational paddler who likes good equipment and great value. Quality and comfort. The Sunrise Glass provides the optimal balance between performance and paddler fatigue. This lightweight fiberglass shaft is selected to provide the maximum strength and optimal flex. The fiberglass shaft which is ovalized for ease of paddling provides both warmth and comfort. The Sunrise Blades are made of lightweight durable glass filled polypropylene. The fiberglass Shaft features composite ferrule providing a precision fit, thus reducing any loss of power. The composite ferrule won't seize up in sand or salt water.

  • Made in Osceola, Wisconsin USA
  • Composite ferrule for a confidently tight fit with easy breakdown
  • Two piece snap-button, feathering to angles: 0 and 60 Left or Right
  • Heavy-duty rubber drip rings for less water on the shaft
  • Blades are injection-molded fiberglass with nylon which provides an increase in stiffness and efficiency. The asymmetrical power face helps prevent blade from flutter.


Skill Range: Intermediate-AdvancedIntermediate

Shaft Shape Straight Specific Blade Material Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon Blade Size 6.75 in X 18 in
Weight 35 oz. Fishing Specific No Special Features Heavy Duty Drip Rings
Skill Range Intermediate-AdvancedIntermediate Model Year 2017 Model Number P SUNRISE YE GS 220
Product ID 124326      
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Mick Reed


July 23, 2011

out of 5

I used this paddle for a 6 hour day trip and it exceeded my expectations. It has a light weight fiberglass shaft and plastic blades that can take abuse. The blades are pretty stiff too, which helps transfer your energy to the water. It's n...Read More
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