Interested in the Gearlab Greenland style paddle. Anyone have any info on them? Not finding much in the way of reviews.
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Posted by: ezwater on Feb-22-14 10:36 PM (EST)
at them. There's so many paddle makers that you may not find someone on pnet that's used a particular one, but we know the principles of paddle design and construction.
Posted by: rhonin on Feb-23-14 1:20 PM (EST)
Here.s the link http//www.store.gearlab.com.tw thanks for any help.
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Posted by: Kocho on Feb-24-14 9:46 AM (EST)
With the push-button ferulle - these usually wobble. However, they seem to have an updated design in their current version that has some sort of a T, which supposedly removes the wobble between the two halves.
Posted by: edzep on Feb-24-14 10:24 PM (EST)
I had one of their GPs a few years ago. As a standard button ferrule, it did wobble a bit. I found the shoulders too close together, so, had to trade it away. I noticed from their specs that the loom length did not grow proportionately with the overall paddle length, and wondered if many taller users might find the looms too short. I thought the blade shapes and finish were good. (All this from an occasional GP user. I like the concept, but have not found the right paddle. No other GPers around my area.)
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Posted by: ezwater on Feb-24-14 10:34 PM (EST)
push button ferrule doesn't wobble. I had to carefully sand the male end with 400 paper after the ferrule refused to release.
Posted by: ccrowhurst on Mar-10-14 4:42 PM (EST)
I wrote this review last year, http://qajaqrolls.com/2013/04/gearlab-oyashio-composite-greenland-paddle.html