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Submitted: 09-15-2004 by rob

Love the new paddle!!!!! Seven2 makes kick a** paddles...all carbon...smaller diameter shaft with soft rubber hand grips that kick your wrist into a more ergonomic position (just like a crank shaft).....

The shaft is smaller because the shaft walls are thicker than a normal paddle shaft is....and since it is all carbon it has a great flex to it....when paddling at about mid thigh point during your stroke the paddle will have bent back a little but at that point the power rebounds into your stroke giving a noticeable little kick to the end of the stroke...also I have discovered the flex while bracing to give a little push back upright when needed....that does take a little getting used to though....but it is worth it....

5 degree offset-i am learning about that...i came from a 60 degree point paddle....big ol flat blades connect well with the water to help grab as much as possible....Price- not bad...less that a less equivalent werner...the airidium was only 249$.

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