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  Depends on what you want
  Posted by: Dr_Disco on Oct-16-13 7:18 PM (EST)
 

I use an unfeathered paddle because of the symmetry of strokes on each side. I don't have to learn to roll in one way on the right and another on the left. It is also easy to switch between greenland paddle and conventional paddle. Most of the arguments for having a paddle feathered for ordinary paddling have been discredited. None-the-less you can have a good stroke with either without strain. And if you really prefer a feathered paddle, go for it. Do note though that switching from one to the other takes time. What feels right is going to be what you are familiar with and what does not feel right is what you have not yet familiar with.

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