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  Posted by: ezwater on Nov-19-12 11:14 AM (EST)
 

cardboard boxes with triangular cross section. That shape is less susceptible to crushing or collapse than square or rectangular cross section boxes. A cardboard box that is long enough can sometimes be made triangular by removing or folding over one side.

I did have a paddle arrive damaged from NRS, and it was shipped in a long cardboard box with square cross section. The damage was a small patch of surface fiber delamination on the back of one blade. it was easier for me to fix myself than to box up the paddle and get an exchange.

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