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  Insist on Dynel Edges
  Posted by: clydehedlund on Nov-04-12 6:17 PM (EST)
 

I have many wooden canoe paddles, but most are not protective around the side edges. The bottom edges are usually protected, but the sides get chewed up when paddling outrigger, which means hours of sanding and varnishing. The wooden canoe paddles that have their entire edge covered by Dynel cloth rarely get damaged, especially when used by kids.

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