Streamlyte Nomad Catch


RRP: £205.00
FROM: £192.90 (£160.75 ex VAT)


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Slalom Paddles or Slalom Kayak Paddle

The Streamlyte Nomad Catch, a kayak slalom paddle that is designed and built in the UK. The carbon blades offer great levels of power and the choice of two paddle shaft options ensures you get the correct levels of performance you want. 

Streamlyte Paddles has designed the Nomad catch as a Slalom kayak paddle. The paddle features Carbon paddle blades and these are then mounted on a choice of two different paddles shafts. You can opt for the stronger HDG shaft (heavy duty glass) or the slightly lighter semi carbon. Both are great but with the semi carbon you do and will sacrifice a bit of strength. The paddle shafts come fitted with a grip and shrink wrap for the leading hand.

While we do carry a standard size and angle of feather, if you want something specific, please feel free to contact us on

  • General Features
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  • Carbon Blades
  • Two Shaft Options
  • - Heavy Duty Glass
  • - Semi Carbon
  • Custom Build Available
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