Streamlyte HDG (Heavy Duty Glass) Shaft


RRP: £37.00
FROM: £34.81 (£29.01 ex VAT)


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Fibreglass Paddle Shaft or Kayak Paddle Shaft

The Streamlyte HDG is a fibreglass paddle shaft that is great for using to repair canoe polo paddles and also white water kayak paddles.

Streamlyte has designed this fibreglass paddle shaft to feature a 100% fibreglass construction which is also slightly heavier than usual. This is designed to take lots of abuse and also the stress that it will be subject to in canoe polo. This replacement paddle shaft is available in three different diameters; 25.4, 26 and also 27mm.

  • General Features
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  • High Strength
  • Great in White Water
  • Perfect for high stress in Canoe Polo
  • 3 Diameters
  • - 25.4mm
  • - 26mm
  • - 27mm
  • The Blend comprises of
  • - 100% Fibre Glass
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