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  Posted by: bigspencer on Feb-05-14 5:43 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Feb-05-14 6:10 AM EST --

percentages of carbon to kevlar?
To the OP, Mitchell's Touring and Seneca are two okay wooden paddles. Rather inexpensive for good paddles and can be seen, once in a while, in the Monthly Special listing. One can always sand down the polyeth and bulbous bulk that present in some wooden paddles, especially the edges and often the throat...then thinly epoxied...adding a little stiffness...fwiw.


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