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Ainsworth make kayak and canoe paddles from thier british base. Manuafacturing using variatey of methods, including injecction molding and composite, Ainsworth have been producing  strong light and durable paddles since the 1970's
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Watersports Open-Canoeing Paddles-and-Accessories Plastic C100 Carbon Ainsworth
C100 Carbon

The Ainsworth C100 Carbon is a tough hardwearing canoe paddle that features a light buoyant blade on a Carbon shaft that comes uncut but supplied with a loose t handle. This is ideal as it enables you to cut it...

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Watersports Competition Paddles-and-Accessories Polo-Paddles K102 Polo Ainsworth
K102 Polo

The Ainsworth K102 kayak polo paddles are a great entry level option. They are available on either a titanium enriched alloy shaft or a carbon paddle shaft. The paddle blades are made from Ainsworths AFT system...

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Professional Outdoor-Education Canoeing Canoe-Paddles C100 Ainsworth

The Ainsworth C100 is open canoe paddle that is designed and manufactured in the UK. This canoe paddle is ideal for the individual open canoeist and its also great for use in outdoor centres. The paddle blade i...

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