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  Posted by: Dr_Disco on Mar-28-13 10:18 PM (EST)
 

Skilled and experienced people can use any paddle but typically use better, more expensive paddles. Cheap, heavy, badly designed paddles make it harder for new paddlers. But since they aren't sure they want to continue in the sport they don't want to invest much. The same dilemma exists in almost all sports. Almost no one invests in a high end Ping set of golf clubs when they are just starting out. So, mostly, new paddlers will start using clubs and find it hard to paddle well or long. Doesn't matter what the boat is.

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